Hello, my rockstor server is an intel SSR212MC2 (aka HS-1235e).
Thanks for starting this discussion. I’d be interested in hearing from other users also to find out if it’s important to many users.
I’ve created an issue for this: https://github.com/rockstor/rockstor-core/issues/582
Feel free to comment on it!
that would be a great enhancement to the dashboard
Having monitoring is always good thing.
+1 for this enhancement.
-Tiho (BMT TEAM Ltd)
@d549e5 Hi, I noticed this as well, but it is due to the fact it is collecting metric information, if you move away from the dashboard menu option [any other menu is fine] then it will be better, if you turn the Metric collection off it is a huge difference. In other words collecting all the information gives load. Hope this explains. I thought there was something wrong with one of my disks, but it was due to the metric collection.
Thanks for explaining it correctly @TheRavenKing. We have added several optimizations in the past releases to decrease unnecessary writes. @gkadillak is currently working on the final patch set which eliminates all unnecessary writes and also makes the UI more responsive.
another possible solution would be a dedicated montoring system. Im currently running zabbix here, installing the agent is simple and i bet you can get lm sensors monitored with some small script/command. And there is of course snmp (which i sadly havent digged into yet) which should even be able to set speeds on mainboardlevel as well as read them. Of course this is not possible for a small deployment where no vm/dedicated server is available.
creating a dedicated “monitoring page” should suffice am i right on this?
latest data can be stored by a daemon in ram and is never written to disk except when a user wants to get the data from the webui or when the internal value exceeds a preset value where it triggers an email or something.
Got my vote for this as well