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(netrider) #1

Hello,

I already try to find this problem in the forum, but can’t find.

The problem is when I use some feeds in the graph interface, i don’t have available the second scale axis.
I create others feeds and when I request to see the graph of this feeds, the second axies is avaliable. After that, I select the other collection of feeds and i lose the second axis of the graph.

First: Request of data viewer graph

Second:Open feeds from another group, lost axis selection.

Can some one help ?

Thanks in advance.

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(Dave Howorth) #2

I see that the width of those screenshots are different. Is that significant? Can you get both the good case and the bad case and show full browser-width screenshots including the top of the window in both cases? Have you done anything such as changing font sizes (CTRL-+)?

It may be a bug, but it’s difficult to know unless somebody else can reproduce your symptoms. I haven’t been able to so far based on the information you’ve provided. :anguished:

edit: oh and what is your hardware & software configuration?

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(netrider) #3

Hello.

This is my Pi info:

Server Information
Services
emonhub Active Running
emoncms_mqtt Active Running
feedwriter Active Running - sleep 60s
service-runner Active Running
emonPiLCD Active Exited
redis-server Active Running
mosquitto Active Running
Emoncms Version low-write 9.9.8
Modules Administration : App v1.2.1 : Backup v1.1.6 : EmonHub Config v1.1.0 : Dashboard v1.3.3 : Device v1.2.1 : EventProcesses : Feed : Graph v1.2.3 : Input : Postprocess v1.0.0 : CoreProcess : Schedule : Network Setup v1.0.0 : sync : Time : User : Visualisation : WiFi v1.3.1
Git URL: https://github.com/emoncms/emoncms.git : Branch: * stable : Describe: v9.5.1-1775-gd0db7a57
Server OS Linux 4.14.71-v7+
Host emonpi : emonpi : (192.168.2.90)
Date 2019-04-07 09:16:43 UTC
Uptime 09:16:43 up 1 day, 22:06, 0 users, load average: 0.11, 0.13, 0.14
HTTP Server Apache/2.4.25 (Raspbian) HTTP/1.1 CGI/1.1 80
MySQL Version 5.5.5-10.1.23-MariaDB-9+deb9u1
Host 127.0.0.1 (127.0.0.1)
Date 2019-04-07 09:16:42 (UTC 00:00‌​)
Stats Uptime: 165988 Threads: 2 Questions: 200884 Slow queries: 0 Opens: 31 Flush tables: 1 Open tables: 25 Queries per second avg: 1.210
Redis Version 3.2.6
Host localhost:6379 (127.0.0.1)
Size
Uptime 1 days
MQTT Server Version Mosquitto 1.4.10
Host localhost:1883 (127.0.0.1)
Pi Model Raspberry Pi 3 Model B Rev 1.2 - 1 GB (Sony UK)
SoC Broadcom BCM2835
Serial num. C1F1512A
Temperature CPU: 30.56°C - GPU: 30.6’C
Release emonSD-30Oct18
Memory RAM Used: 29.18% Total: 976.74 MB Used: 285.02 MB Free: 691.71 MB
Swap Used: 0.00% Total: 100 MB Used: 0 B Free: 100 MB
Disk Mount Stats
/ Used: 40.06% Total: 3.81 GB Used: 1.53 GB Free: 2.11 GB
/boot Used: 51.69% Total: 42.52 MB Used: 21.98 MB Free: 20.54 MB
/home/pi/data Used: 0.48% Total: 24.52 GB Used: 121.52 MB Free: 23.15 GB
PHP Version 7.0.30-0+deb9u1 (Zend Version 3.0.0)
Modules apache2handler : calendar v7.0.30-0+deb9u1 : Core v7.0.30-0+deb9u1 : ctype v7.0.30-0+deb9u1 : curl v7.0.30-0+deb9u1 : date v7.0.30-0+deb9u1 : dom v20031129 : exif v7.0.30-0+deb9u1 : fileinfo v1.0.5 : filter v7.0.30-0+deb9u1 : ftp v7.0.30-0+deb9u1 : gd v7.0.30-0+deb9u1 : gettext v7.0.30-0+deb9u1 : hash v1.0 : iconv v7.0.30-0+deb9u1 : igbinary v2.0.1 : json v1.4.0 : libxml v7.0.30-0+deb9u1 : mbstring v7.0.30-0+deb9u1 : mcrypt v7.0.30-0+deb9u1 : mosquitto v0.4.0 : mysqli v7.0.30-0+deb9u1 : mysqlnd vmysqlnd 5.0.12-dev - 20150407 - $Id: b5c5906d452ec590732a93b051f3827e02749b83 $ : openssl v7.0.30-0+deb9u1 : pcre v7.0.30-0+deb9u1 : PDO v7.0.30-0+deb9u1 : pdo_mysql v7.0.30-0+deb9u1 : Phar v2.0.2 : posix v7.0.30-0+deb9u1 : readline v7.0.30-0+deb9u1 : redis v4.1.1 : Reflection v7.0.30-0+deb9u1 : session v7.0.30-0+deb9u1 : shmop v7.0.30-0+deb9u1 : SimpleXML v7.0.30-0+deb9u1 : sockets v7.0.30-0+deb9u1 : SPL v7.0.30-0+deb9u1 : standard v7.0.30-0+deb9u1 : sysvmsg v7.0.30-0+deb9u1 : sysvsem v7.0.30-0+deb9u1 : sysvshm v7.0.30-0+deb9u1 : tokenizer v7.0.30-0+deb9u1 : wddx v7.0.30-0+deb9u1 : xml v7.0.30-0+deb9u1 : xmlreader v7.0.30-0+deb9u1 : xmlwriter v7.0.30-0+deb9u1 : xsl v7.0.30-0+deb9u1 : Zend OPcache v7.0.30-0+deb9u1 : zlib v7.0.30-0+deb9u1
Client Information
HTTP Browser Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 10.0; Win64; x64; rv:66.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/66.0
Screen Resolution 1366 x 768
Window Size 1349 x 654

No the scale in the browser is the same, and making zoom in / out, it’s the same.
I test in IE, Firefox and Chrome. Always the same.

In fact, I try to reproduce the problem in other Pi (only my 3 first inputs/feeds) but can’t have the same problem.

Maybe is because this is a feed group with 96 feeds ?
How the software calculate the “need” of space in this window or the capacity to have two axis (I think this is always available by default) ?

I the others more simple feed groups don’t have any problem.

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(Dave Howorth) #4

Thanks for the server and client information. I only have linux here so I suppose this may be a problem that only occurs on a browser in Windows? Do you have a linux system or an apple product that you could bring a browser up on to see if you get the same problem?

The problem may be associated with the number of feeds, indeed. Can you post pictures of the entire browser window, so we can see the context?

I also note that when I use two axes, the entire legend appears on the left-hand side of the graph, whereas your legend is split between the two sides. Is that a facility in emoncms I’m just not aware of? See an example below.

Why is there no data shown in your graphs?

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(netrider) #5

Hello djh.

Maybe in fact is an Windows problem. I check with my android phone (chrome) and the two axis are showed.

This is my feeds list of E0_3FW group:

Node E0_3FW 5MB 2s
Id Tag Name Process list Public Datatype Engine Size Updated Value Unit Days
1 … F1_R_Power REALTIME PHPFINA 120KB 2s 2982 W 6
2 … F1_R_Power_kWh REALTIME PHPFINA 119KB 2s 86.29 kWh 6
3 … F1_R_Power_kWhd DAILY PHPTIMESERIES 45B 2s 10.72 kWhd 7
4 … F1_A_Power REALTIME PHPFINA 119KB 2s 3025 VA 6
5 … F1_A_Power_kWh REALTIME PHPFINA 119KB 2s 98.12 kWh 6
6 … F1_A_Power_kWhd DAILY PHPTIMESERIES 45B 2s 11.82 kWhd 7
7 … F1_PF REALTIME PHPFINA 119KB 2s 0.99 6
8 … F1_Volt REALTIME PHPFINA 119KB 2s 234.4 V 6
9 … F1_Volt_Max DAILY PHPTIMESERIES 45B 3 hrs 255.6 V 7
10 … F1_Volt_Min DAILY PHPTIMESERIES 45B 13 hrs 224.5 V 7
11 … F1_Amp REALTIME PHPFINA 119KB 2s 12.91 A 6
12 … F1_Amp_Max DAILY PHPTIMESERIES 45B 2 hrs 22.2 A 7
13 … F1_Amp_Min DAILY PHPTIMESERIES 45B 13 hrs 0.55 A 7
14 … F1_R_Power_Max DAILY PHPTIMESERIES 45B 2 hrs 5207 W 7
15 … F1_R_Power_Min DAILY PHPTIMESERIES 45B 13 hrs 148.3 W 7
16 … F1_A_Power_Max DAILY PHPTIMESERIES 45B 2 hrs 5231 VA 7
17 … F1_A_Power_Min DAILY PHPTIMESERIES 45B 13 hrs 135.4 VA 7
18 … F1_R_Power_NaoVazio REALTIME PHPFINA 119KB 2s 0 W 6
19 … F1_R_Power_NaoVazio_kWh REALTIME PHPFINA 119KB 2s 47.09 kWh 6
20 … F1_R_Power_NaoVazio_cost REALTIME PHPFINA 119KB 2s 0 Cent 6
21 … F1_R_Power_NaoVazio_cost_day DAILY PHPTIMESERIES 45B 2s 0 EUR 7
22 … F1_R_Power_Vazio REALTIME PHPFINA 119KB 2s 2982 W 6
23 … F1_R_Power_Vazio_kWh REALTIME PHPFINA 119KB 2s 38.53 kWh 6
24 … F1_R_Power_Vazio_cost REALTIME PHPFINA 119KB 2s 0.41 Cent 6
25 … F1_R_Power_Vazio_cost_day DAILY PHPTIMESERIES 45B 2s 1.47 EUR 7
26 … F1_R_Power_Plana_cost REALTIME PHPFINA 118KB 2s 0.58 Cent 6
27 … F1_R_Power_Plana_cost_day DAILY PHPTIMESERIES 45B 2s 2.08 EUR 7
28 … F2_R_Power REALTIME PHPFINA 118KB 2s 339 W 6
29 … F2_R_Power_kWh REALTIME PHPFINA 118KB 2s 100.2 kWh 6
30 … F2_R_Power_kWhd DAILY PHPTIMESERIES 45B 2s 8.82 kWhd 7
31 … F2_A_Power REALTIME PHPFINA 118KB 2s 432.1 VA 6
32 … F2_A_Power_kWh REALTIME PHPFINA 118KB 2s 116.7 kWh 6
33 … F2_A_Power_kWhd DAILY PHPTIMESERIES 45B 2s 9.73 kWhd 7
34 … F2_PF REALTIME PHPFINA 118KB 2s 0.78 6
35 … F2_Volt REALTIME PHPFINA 118KB 2s 237 V 6
36 … F2_Volt_Max DAILY PHPTIMESERIES 45B 3 hrs 257.3 V 7
37 … F2_Volt_Min DAILY PHPTIMESERIES 45B 39 mins 229.4 V 7
38 … F2_Amp REALTIME PHPFINA 118KB 2s 1.82 A 6
39 … F2_Amp_Max DAILY PHPTIMESERIES 45B 33 mins 14.85 A 7
40 … F2_Amp_Min DAILY PHPTIMESERIES 45B 13 hrs 0.47 A 7
41 … F2_R_Power_Max DAILY PHPTIMESERIES 45B 36 mins 3491 W 7
42 … F2_R_Power_Min DAILY PHPTIMESERIES 45B 13 hrs 106 W 7
43 … F2_A_Power_Max DAILY PHPTIMESERIES 45B 33 mins 3460 VA 7
44 … F2_A_Power_Min DAILY PHPTIMESERIES 45B 13 hrs 113.6 VA 7
45 … F2_R_Power_NaoVazio REALTIME PHPFINA 118KB 2s 0 W 6
47 … F2_R_Power_NaoVazio_kWh REALTIME PHPFINA 118KB 2s 60.02 kWh 6
48 … F2_R_Power_NaoVazio_cost REALTIME PHPFINA 118KB 2s 0 Cent 6
49 … F2_R_Power_NaoVazio_cost_day DAILY PHPTIMESERIES 45B 2s 0 EUR 7
50 … F2_R_Power_Vazio REALTIME PHPFINA 118KB 2s 339 W 6
51 … F2_R_Power_Vazio_kWh REALTIME PHPFINA 118KB 2s 40.07 kWh 6
52 … F2_R_Power_Vazio_cost REALTIME PHPFINA 118KB 2s 0.05 Cent 6
53 … F2_R_Power_Vazio_cost_day DAILY PHPTIMESERIES 45B 2s 1.21 EUR 7
54 … F2_R_Power_Plana_cost REALTIME PHPFINA 118KB 2s 0.07 Cent 6
55 … F2_R_Power_Plana_cost_day DAILY PHPTIMESERIES 45B 2s 1.71 EUR 7
56 … F3_R_Power REALTIME PHPFINA 103KB 2s 1832 5
57 … F3_R_Power_kWh REALTIME PHPFINA 103KB 2s 103.8 kWh 5
58 … F3_R_Power_kWhd DAILY PHPTIMESERIES 36B 2s 17.08 kWhd 6
59 … F3_A_Power REALTIME PHPFINA 103KB 2s 1945 5
60 … F3_A_Power_kWh REALTIME PHPFINA 103KB 2s 108.4 kWh 5
61 … F3_A_Power_kWhd DAILY PHPTIMESERIES 36B 2s 17.81 kWhd 6
62 … F3_PF REALTIME PHPFINA 103KB 2s 0.94 5
63 … F3_Volt REALTIME PHPFINA 103KB 2s 239.8 5
64 … F3_Volt_Max DAILY PHPTIMESERIES 36B 13 hrs 251.3 6
65 … F3_Volt_Min DAILY PHPTIMESERIES 36B 3 hrs 212.3 6
66 … F3_Amp REALTIME PHPFINA 103KB 2s 8.11 5
67 … F3_Amp_Max DAILY PHPTIMESERIES 36B 3 hrs 25.39 6
68 … F3_Amp_Min DAILY PHPTIMESERIES 36B 13 hrs 1.13 6
69 … F3_R_Power_Max DAILY PHPTIMESERIES 36B 3 hrs 6069 6
70 … F3_R_Power_Min DAILY PHPTIMESERIES 36B 13 hrs 149 6
71 … F3_A_Power_Max DAILY PHPTIMESERIES 36B 3 hrs 5566 6
72 … F3_A_Power_Min DAILY PHPTIMESERIES 36B 13 hrs 273.9 6
73 … F3_R_Power_NaoVazio REALTIME PHPFINA 103KB 2s 0 W 5
74 … F3_R_Power_NaoVazio_kWh REALTIME PHPFINA 103KB 2s 55.72 kWh 5
75 … F3_R_Power_NaoVazio_cost REALTIME PHPFINA 103KB 2s 0 Cent 5
76 … F3_R_Power_NaoVazio_cost_day DAILY PHPTIMESERIES 36B 2s 0 EUR 6
77 … F3_R_Power_Vazio REALTIME PHPFINA 103KB 2s 1832 W 5
78 … F3_R_Power_Vazio_kWh REALTIME PHPFINA 103KB 2s 48.09 kWh 5
79 … F3_R_Power_Vazio_cost REALTIME PHPFINA 103KB 2s 0.25 Cent 5
80 … F3_R_Power_Vazio_cost_day DAILY PHPTIMESERIES 36B 2s 2.34 EUR 6
81 … F3_R_Power_Plana_cost REALTIME PHPFINA 103KB 2s 0.36 Cent 5
82 … F3_R_Power_Plana_cost_day DAILY PHPTIMESERIES 36B 2s 3.32 EUR 6
83 … TemperaturaE0 REALTIME PHPFINA 103KB 2s 15.1 °C 5
84 … TemperaturaE0_Max DAILY PHPTIMESERIES 36B 91s 15.2 °C 6
85 … TemperaturaE0_Min DAILY PHPTIMESERIES 36B 13 hrs 13.2 °C 6
86 … HumidadeE0 REALTIME PHPFINA 103KB 2s 54 % 5
87 … HumidadeE0_Max DAILY PHPTIMESERIES 36B 91s 54.2 6
88 … HumidadeE0_Min DAILY PHPTIMESERIES 36B 13 hrs 52 6
89 … SensTermicaE0 REALTIME PHPFINA 103KB 2s 14.08 5
90 … SensTermicaE0_Max DAILY PHPTIMESERIES 36B 91s 14.19 6
91 … SensTermicaE0_Min DAILY PHPTIMESERIES 36B 13 hrs 11.97 6
92 … RSSI_ESP05 REALTIME PHPFINA 103KB 2s -86 5

Exist data on my graphs.I only test and select something.

Thanks

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(Dave Howorth) #6

Thanks. It does look like it may be a problem on Windows systems with a lot of feeds. I don’t know if anybody else is reading this thread that has such a system and can confirm these symptoms?

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(Eric Wouters) #7

fired up a win10 via virtualisation on my mac, except if I squeeze the window to a very small screen (not sure you can do this nuts on a real PC) then the sidebar just disappears
but on a normal size window …

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(netrider) #8

Hello.

I verify the same problem in Ubuntu/Firefox browser. Same as Windows. Strange because in Android work well!

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(Dave Howorth) #9

It’s not nuts. I run most of my windows narrow enough ( < 1023 pixels) that the sidebar hides itself.

But you may not be able to reproduce it because you don’t have enough feeds. The OP has 96. I don’t know how many you have.

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(Dave Howorth) #10

Ah, that’s good news. In the sense that it seems to be something specific to a large number of feeds. Maybe @TrystanLea or whoever could try to reproduce it and then they’d stand a chance of understanding and fixing it.

It might be worth @netrider creating a bug report at this point, so the issue is properly tracked.

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(Eric Wouters) #11

101 in total. Could also be the fact I run W10 via parallels, things never react the same depending on how it is run.

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(netrider) #12

If this is a bug, it’s strange.
Only to confirm, this is my Android capture of the emoncms. Suprise, second axis exist :slight_smile:
Confusing… :thinking:

Regards

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(Trystan Lea) #13

I have also seen this happening, resulting from long feed names. We are working on a sidebar UI update and will review this as part of that work. BETA: New Emoncms Sidebar Navigation Layout *Feedback Request*

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