I've finally upgraded my production server to 17 and noticed that the statistics for disk doesn't display correctly. The only reason I can come up with is that the databases are located on the D: drive and not the system drive where FMS is installed (C:).
Once a day I collect data from 18 different MySQL servers located throughout the US over various VPN/WAN connections, totaling a few million records a day. For this, I'm using the MBS plugin and are connecting straight to the MySQL client DLL, and not ODBC.
At the time of these screenshots my disk I/O is about 19MB/s. Yeah, I have a lot of indexes
Anyone else seen this? Is there a setting I can change to point to the correct drive? So far I've not found any.
CPU is correct, pushing 50-60% across 6 cores.
Network is also correct, pushing 0.7 to 1.0 MB/s