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Hi,

I'm trying to create a report of the cpu/memory history but every report is failed giving error - No systems that support advanced reporting found.

 

What does this mean? I'm running agents on Ubuntu 14.04.

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Hi there,

Welcome to the Pulseway community. The Linux agent doesn't support collecting historical information required for the advanced reporting module at this time. This will be added on a later release.

-Paul

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Has this changed in the last 3 years, or is there any roadmap to do so?

I have linux installations that i thought would be able to provide some historical view of Memory / CPU usage.

Cheers, Richard

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