Mario Charest <mcharest@antispam_zinformatic.com> wrote:
When running “fsysinfo -d1 -r /” as non-root user, the
/sec column will start up with the same values as Count.
If the count values are high enough, that pushes the Avg value
to the right. But when /sec return back to 0, the Avg values
will return to their normal position and leave a few digits
I can see the offset happening. I don’t see the hanging digits,
though. Maybe I don’t have enough activity. Hm… I did fix
some formatting problems with fsysinfo a little while back, that
might be why… could you give me the date on yours?
The problem appears when -r is used, as it is ignored
when running non-root.
I can enter a bug report on this, but it is going to be pretty
low priority. (Cosmetic problem when an ignored option is used
in a debugging/monitoring utility run by non-root. I wouldn’t
hold my breath waiting for it to be fixed, if I were you.)
Thanks for the report, though.
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