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  • [6.12.9] CPU Graph anomoly on dashboard

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    This is a very low priority issue, but one I've noticed in the last week or so (probably since upgrading to 6.12.9, but I don't recall when I first saw it).


    The CPU graph on the Dashboard of the GUI always "drips" to zero at the left edge of the graph as the line runs off the edge of the graph. I've captured this GIF to show it:

    1087749366_CPUGraph.gif.c769252c701d12ba2c2a2ab16575b926.gif You can see how it "drips" down the left hand edge of the graph.


    Again, this is a very minor, low-priority issue, but one that is, hopefully, a quick fix.


    Per the rules, here's the diagnostics file: nas-diagnostics-20240425-1658.zip

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    Sorry, I should have known to include that:


    Firefox 124.0.2 & 125.0.2 (updated & tested again)

    Brave v1.65.114 chromium 124.0.6367.60 


    It does NOT happen on Brave v1.65.122 chromium: 124.0.6367.82


    One thing I just realized that I'd never noticed before - this is barely noticeable if the graph is set to a 2 minute history, and quite obvious at 5 min, but doesn't happen at 1 minute or shorter.


    On the Firefox GIF, I started at 2 min interval, then changed to 30s, 1m then 5m. The Brave GIF is from 1.65.114.

    1919304987_CPUGraphFirefox2m30s1m5m.gif.4b00eb292ba12d53b74276d42a7a0557.gif 31934398_CPUGraphBrave5m.gif.2bf0ee9248555f70453995c47b534954.gif

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