[Release] Raspberry Pi Stats


#21

Sorry


#22

There is a project that will allow you to do this, but I'm not 100% certain aside from HTML scraping how you would get this into NodeRed (or if you needed to?). I use it on all my RPis.


#23

I really advise not to do website scraping.


#24

Yeah, me either usually. But, it's a local app and it will give @aaron the graphs he wants. I just
don't know if he wants them in his NodeRed flows or not.


#25

Really just looking for historical information. I want to know when the RPi is peaking in processing requests just to ensure I am not taxing the little berry. :wink:

I have one RPi running all of my home automation add-one such as Homebridge, OpenVPN, PiHole, mobile device detection script and a GoDaddyPy DDNS script. My other RPi is running @corerootedxb NodeRed solution with everything on it grabbing historical logging information from HE.

Both seem to be doing fine with the loads I have on them. I just that person who likes to plan for growth and being able to see it. That’s all.


#26

The temperature should be a good hint !


#27

Yeah maybe but I have multiple heat dissipators on the RPi plus a case I printed with a 5v fan. The temps are really low like 120F. :confused:


#28

Wow that's hot compared to what I usually have. 86-92 F

What are you running ?


#29

I just looked at that project and it's nice. Installed but man the font size really sucks for old ppl like me. I had to zoom in 135% LOL


#30

LMFAO!!! RIGHT?! I thought it was just me!!! I zoom in about 125% so that I can see it.

My wife keeps telling me that I'm going to have to get a Braille monitor the older I get. :wink:

Be sure to poke around the /etc/rpimonitor/ directory. Lots of tasty little tidbits in there to play with.


#31

Developer needs to allow some settings for font sizes... Just sad us old ppl have to use browser zoom levels !!!!


#32

I've gone looking for the CSS to fix that, but I haven't put really any effort into it. I know WHERE it's being set (font-size: 13px, REALLY?!) but I haven't found the source file for it.


#33

css/rpimonitor.css

.Text {
float: left;
font-family: Tahoma, Helvetica;
font-size: 13px;


#34

And that file is at /usr/share/rpimonitor/web/css. Woot!


#35

So the right file ?


#36

fukin A !!!!


#37

Yup! Set the font-size to 20px. LOL


#38

yup !!!


#39

That storage addon really sucks to figure out.


#40

I haven't played with that one at all.