2 minute read.Last Modified 2021-10-15 15:50 EDT
TrueNAS has a built-in reporting engine that provides helpful graphs and information about the system.
The settings Reports Configuration menu lets you control how TrueNAS displays the graphs.
|Report CPU usage in Percent||Reports CPU usage in percent instead of units of kernel time.|
|Graphite Separate Instances||Sends the plugin instance and type instance to Graphite as separate path components: |
|Remote Graphite Server Hostname||Remote Graphite server Hostname or IP address.|
|Graph age in Months||Maximum time (in months) TrueNAS stores a graph (allowed values are 1-60). Changing this value causes the Confirm RRD Destroy dialog to appear. Changes do not take effect until TrueNAS destroys the existing reporting database.|
|Number of Graph Points||The number of points for each hourly, daily, weekly, monthly, or yearly graph (allowed values are 1-4096). Changing this value displays the Confirm RRD Destroy dialog. Changes do not take effect until TrueNAS destroys the existing reporting database.|
|Force||Forces TruNAS to add the NTP server, even if it is unreachable.|
TrueNAS clears the report history when you change Report CPU, Graph Age, or Graph Points.
TrueNAS saves and preserves reporting data across system upgrades and reboots so you can view usage trends over time.
Since TrueNAS writes reporting data frequently, do not store it on the boot pool or OS device.
TrueNAS saves reporting data in
Want to increase TrueNAS’s reporting functionality? Connect it to our TrueCommand multi-system management software.
TrueCommand Reports offer enhanced features like creating custom graphs and comparing utilization across multiple systems.