[ovirt-users] Do you use ovirt-engine-reports?

Yedidyah Bar David didi at redhat.com
Wed May 18 05:45:49 UTC 2016

On Tue, May 17, 2016 at 8:47 PM, Pavel Gashev <Pax at acronis.com> wrote:
> I use Reports. Basically, it's «Five Most Utilized…» and «Inventory» reports.
> It would be great if oVirt had the following functionality instead of Reports:
> 1. Columns with absolute values of CPU/Network/Disk IO for refresh interval and absolute values of Memory/Disk Usage in the Virtual Machines list. Together with existing filtering and column sorting it would give a great «virt-top» like functionality.
> 2. Ability to export any table to a CSV file.

Thanks for your response!

It might be easy to do in the new dashboards, not sure.

You are more than welcome to comment on the BZ.


> On 17/05/16 10:39, "users-bounces at ovirt.org on behalf of Yedidyah Bar David" <users-bounces at ovirt.org on behalf of didi at redhat.com> wrote:
>>Hi all,
>>We are considering dropping ovirt-engine-reports in 4.0.
>>Some of its functionality will be added in a new feature
>>called "Dashboards", see [1].
>>Do you use Reports? How important it is to your setup?
>>[1] https://bugzilla.redhat.com/1324860
>>Best regards,
>>Users mailing list
>>Users at ovirt.org


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