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RE: Memory totals not adding up

From: Darhl Thomason
Subject: RE: Memory totals not adding up
Date: Tue, 13 Sep 2011 12:28:14 -0700


Thanks for having my suggestion included in the 5.3 update.  I applied
it this morning and see that the memory count looks correct, but I
think the % calculation was missed in the update.  It looks like it is
still reporting the % of the main thread only and does not include the
child threads.  The memory % should be somewhere around 15% in the
attached screenshot/example.

Thanks again!!


On Sep 1, 2011, at 9:27 AM, Martin Pala <address@hidden> wrote:

You are right, int he case of the process-based worker pool such as
Apache it is confusing to display only the CPU and Memory usage of the
parent/control process.
We'll modify the overview page to display the resource usage including
children (will work fine even for services without children - in their
case the total memory usage and memory usage are equal).
Best regards,

On Aug 30, 2011, at 4:33 AM, Darhl Thomason wrote:


Thanks for the reply and I now see the 'Total Memory Usage (incl.
children)' on the detail page for the Apache process.  It's a bit
confusing because the top line of the main page shows total memory
used, but when you add up the memory displayed on that page for each
process it doesn't add up.

Are there any plans or is there any possibility for the main page to
show 'Total Memory Usage (incl. children)'?  I also just noticed that
CPU usage is reported the same way.  The main page only shows CPU for
the single process, but the detail page shows 'Total CPU Usage (incl.

If you have a wishlist, I'd like to add the Total Memory Usage (incl.
children) and Total CPU Usage (incl. children) on the main page.
Maybe have this as an option in the config file so you can do
something like this:

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