wget -O /tmp/netdata-kickstart.sh https://my-netdata.io/kickstart.sh && sh /tmp/netdata-kickstart.sh --dry-run
--- Using /tmp/netdata-kickstart-xAHu5T6t3R as a temporary directory. ---
--- Checking for existing installations of Netdata... ---
Would run command:\n[/tmp/netdata-kickstart-xAHu5T6t3R]# sh -c cat "//etc/netdata/.install-type" > "/tmp/netdata-kickstart-xAHu5T6t3R/install-type"
/tmp/netdata-kickstart.sh: 881: .: cannot open /tmp/netdata-kickstart-xAHu5T6t3R/install-type: No such file
ERROR Installer exited unexpectedly (0-)
This is almost certainly the result of a bug. If you have time, please report it at https://github.com/netdata/netdata/issues/new/choose.
Would run command:\n[/root]# rm -rf /tmp/netdata-kickstart-xAHu5T6t3R
Thanks, that was indeed what I was looking for, but I’d like to add that this solution is much inferior to the way it was previously working.
NOW, I have to click on Disks => All then select which of the panels I am interested in i.e. Disk I/O Bandwidth, Amount of discarded Data, Completed I/O Operations, etc. then change the “group by” option for that specific panel. After doing that, I can select a specific disk below the panel.
PREVIOUSLY this was much easier, as I could select Disks => click on a specific disk and directly see all panels for this specific disk.
just my 2c but thanks for clarifying and explaining how I can access the data I was looking for.