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  1. I have a Linux server with two attached USB drives. In the monitor it has the correct paths for each respective drive. However they are both reporting the same total drive space and free drive space for just one of the drives. The other drive which is a different sized drive is not being reported correctly. This happened about the time that the one drive that is not being reported correctly had a disconnect from the Linux server. Do not know what happened but I rebooted the server and it found the drive no problem. No issues with paths changing or anything. But now the monitor has the wrong drive vitals. Update: I have disconnected the drive physically, and then reconnected it. Also stopped and started the pulseway service while disconnected, then after reconnect. And the same thing happened. The drive reports the wrong size. But, when I disconnected the drive that is reporting correctly (stopping and starting pulseway services) the drive that mis-reports moved up in the list, and is now reporting the wrong size from the internal drive (a 32GB SD card as this is an Odroid-XU4). Still has the right path (/dev/sda1 and /mnt/usb_1) but reports the (/boot) path of 71MB.
  2. Got it working now. Just need to find a way to name the drive and another that I have connected to the dietPi Odroid board.
  3. I have two drives connected to a single Odroid-XU4 server running a linux OS. In the monitor I would like to name these drives so that I can quickly know which is which.
  4. I have two Linux servers, one running Jessie, the other running DietPi. The Jessie is running on a RPi 3 with external 2TB HDD connected by USB2, the Pulseway client is installed working and monitors the drive just fine, alerts when getting too low and everything. The DietPi is running on an Odroid-XU4 board, is monitoring services with Pulseway just fine, but now I have added a 6TB external HDD to the USB3 port. I am able to get to the drive just fine, and put files on it. But I cannot monitor the drive through Pulseway. The config file is virtually identical with the RPi, with the obvious differences in name and services monitored. <LowHDDSpace> <Hdd Percentage="25" Path="/" Priority="0" Enabled="false"/> <Hdd Percentage="30" Path="/boot" Priority="1" Enabled="false"/> <Hdd Percentage="90" Path="/mnt/usb_1" Priority="1" Enabled="true"/> </LowHDDSpace> Above is the HDD section of the DietPi box, the "/mnt/usb_1" section should be for the external drive but it is monitoring an internal system drive.
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