Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 829261
[scale] The "Load" term (and graphic presentation) used by webadmin to show number of running vms on host is deceiving
Last modified: 2016-04-18 03:11:17 EDT
I have strong host that runs plenty of vms, cpu and memory are ~10% and the Load indication in webadmin is extremely high for no reason!
The "Load" term and graphic bar appears as column in webadmin's Hosts grid is deceiving since it makes you think that the number it presents is the load percentage of the host which should be combination of cpu and memory status.
I think that number of running vms per host is the right value to show there but it should graphically presented and titles in a different way - no bar with colors that imlicates about percentage, it will be better to write the number of running vms on a pie chart so easily see which host contributes more to the data center's running vms effort.
Closing old bugs. If this issue is still relevant/important in current version, please re-open the bug.
This is actually solved in 3.2 - the load bar is gone.