• Re: Daily Stats 1/100

    From Avon@21:1/101 to deon on Tue Nov 16 09:53:32 2021
    Have a look in the stats echo for y/days report for 1/100 something weird going on there .. all nodes with files held for them showing 800+ days.. strange..

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  • From Black Panther@21:1/186 to Avon on Mon Nov 15 14:15:18 2021
    On 16 Nov 2021, 09:53a, Avon said the following...

    Have a look in the stats echo for y/days report for 1/100 something
    weird going on there .. all nodes with files held for them showing 800+ days.. strange..

    If it's similar to the one that I'm using here, it's due to the file that you hatched out. It has a filedate of 2019, so it sees that as being the oldest file.


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  • From deon@21:2/116 to Avon on Tue Nov 16 10:06:55 2021
    Re: Re: Daily Stats 1/100
    By: Avon to deon on Tue Nov 16 2021 09:53 am

    Have a look in the stats echo for y/days report for 1/100 something weird going on there .. all nodes with files held for them showing 800+ days.. strange..

    So have a look at the files for a node "ls -alt" (which will sort them by time) - I bet you have some files that are 800+ days old.

    (The age shown is taken from the system call stat() - which gets the modified time of the file.)


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  • From Avon@21:1/101 to Black Panther on Tue Nov 16 15:51:38 2021
    On 15 Nov 2021 at 02:15p, Black Panther pondered and said...

    If it's similar to the one that I'm using here, it's due to the file
    that you hatched out. It has a filedate of 2019, so it sees that as
    being the oldest file.

    I did test re-hatch an image file from Agency the other day to see if I could do it in a way that was easier than using Htick and it was... but, now I see I have created another issue only in that the way the reporting software works... bummer.

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  • From Avon@21:1/101 to deon on Tue Nov 16 15:56:07 2021
    On 16 Nov 2021 at 10:06a, deon pondered and said...

    So have a look at the files for a node "ls -alt" (which will sort them
    by time) - I bet you have some files that are 800+ days old.

    (The age shown is taken from the system call stat() - which gets the modified time of the file.)

    Aug 25 2019 ...is against the file I sent out (spscwp01.zip)

    So there we go, bummer hummer... that's going to mess with the zen of the way this stuff is reported if I keep using this tool as I wanted to start re-hatching older files out to all nodes so new nodes could get them.

    Hmmm

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  • From deon@21:2/116 to Avon on Tue Nov 16 14:48:45 2021
    Re: Re: Daily Stats 1/100
    By: Avon to deon on Tue Nov 16 2021 03:56 pm

    So there we go, bummer hummer... that's going to mess with the zen of the way this stuff is reported if I keep using this tool as I wanted to start re-hatching older files out to all nodes so new nodes could get them.

    Only if you use fileboxes :(

    I dont use fileboxes...

    I think with the stats tool you dont need the fileboxes - because you can see what is waiting for a node and how old the oldest item is. You'll also save some disk space.

    But for the game packets, fileboxes are good - because then you see how old the oldest game packet is :)


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