Count of allocated memory
A Former User last edited by girish
Hi guys! I suspect this is an easy ask but hey, I'm not familiar with the codebase so I figure you'd let me know. When checking memory usage, it would be helpful to have an up-to-date count of all of the memory limits currently set for apps. With apps usually not hitting the max, it is easy to promise too much and lot leave enough room for new apps you might need. Is this something we could get in the next release?
I'm imagining something like "32/64GB allocated" near the top, for instance. Bonus points for also indicating % usage of the allocated amount. So like if memory usage is at 16GB, I allocated 32GB, and my limit is 64GB I would see "32/64GB allocated, 50% of allocated RAM used.
even though it really only accounts for 25% of the system RAM.
Edit: Based on the info I get from this (assuming it happens) I might need to bump my server to 128GB RAM.
A Former User last edited by A Former User
I'd actually like to add to this. Being able to see a single page view of apps and their average usage vs their memory limit would be useful in reducing allocated memory for over provisioned apps. Similar to like... I guess the battery usage view on android where you see a breakdown per app
I like the idea. We can improve our graphs section.
d19dotca last edited by
@atridad Yes, this would be awesome. Almost like the current Services page already shows memory usage in a bar for each service. I think that'd be a good way of implenenting that @girish... adding that same Services logic for memory visualizations to the System > Memory tab perhaps underneath the line graph there.
jdaviescoates last edited by
@girish said in Count of allocated memory:
We can improve our graphs section.
You can say that again!
I find the memory usage graph to be pretty useless. A table with the values would be much more useful.