Removing a chart from the web interface



  • I want to remove the CPU Pressure (system.cpu_pressure) chart. I’ve gone into the /etc/netdata/netdata.conf file and changed it like this:

    [system.cpu_pressure]
    	# history = 5
    	enabled = no
    	# cache directory = /var/cache/netdata/system.cpu_pressure
    	# chart type = line
    	# type = system
    	# family = cpu
    	# units = percentage
    	# context = system.cpu_pressure
    	# priority = 140
    	# name = system.cpu_pressure
    	# title = CPU Pressure
    	# dim some 10 name = some 10
    	# dim some 10 algorithm = absolute
    	# dim some 10 multiplier = 1
    	# dim some 10 divisor = 100
    	# dim some 60 name = some 60
    	# dim some 60 algorithm = absolute
    	# dim some 60 multiplier = 1
    	# dim some 60 divisor = 100
    	# dim some 300 name = some 300
    	# dim some 300 algorithm = absolute
    	# dim some 300 multiplier = 1
    	# dim some 300 divisor = 100
    

    I reloaded netdata on my browser however the chart is still there. What do I need to do to remove that chart? I’ve already removed the Ubuntu repo version and installed from the netdata install script.
    Chris



  • @chris-pollock Disregard, I did a bit more Googling and found I’d neglected to stop netdata the correct way. I ran ‘sudo killall netdata’ and then sudo /usr/sbin/netdata and the chart is now gone. Sorry for the noise.


  • Staff

    Hello @chris-pollock ,

    You do not need to say sorry, your conclusions will help other people here, please, let us know if you have any doubt.

    Best regards!


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