I realize that Hubigraph is no longer being supported by its creator but I like its incredible utility and flexibility and non-dependency on additional hardware so have attempted to incorporate a Hubigraph in a dashboard to monitor my hub’s CPU load, free memory and DB size. I am hoping some community members that use Hubigraph and the Hub Information Driver can help me out.
I am using Hub Information Driver to get the information into Hubigraph and have successfully created a dashboard graph on 1/17/2022 as can be seen below (I manually rebooted on 1/18/2022 which is reflected in the change in the DB line…there is no data prior to this indicated by the flat line to the left):
What I can’t figure out is why my CPU load line and my Free memory line only shows a couple of data points as seen in the enlargement below:
I have set my Hub Information Driver virtual device to poll every 300 secs (the default setting) and Hubigraph to update the graph every 10 minutes. As you can see, the DB line shows data from the time of the reboot, but the CPU% and Free memory only shows a the most recent few data points. This is true during the time I have tested this for the past few days. In other words, Hubigraph seems to “dump” older CPU% and Free Memory data (but not the DB data), OR, Hub Info Driver is not keeping the CPU/free memory data for more than a couple of hours.
As a relative newbie, I am assuming that I am missing something very simple in the Hub Information Driver virtual device settings or the Hubigraph settings but for the life of me I can’t figure out what I am missing. Any help is greatly appreciated!