The CPU and memory total capacity as reported by the API and as visible on the CS dashboard are shown as zero. This is due to the following query failing to get correct results when the database is run on MariaDB 10.1:
The output is incorrect and like this:
After some analysis this seems due to the value of "capacity.cluster_id" as set in the final WHERE-clause not being used in the (nested) previous WHERE clauses like in:
If I manually update the query by specifying the cluster_id-number it works correctly, e.g.:
The output then is correct and like this:
I don't know if this is an issue with MariaDB or correct SQL to use; the query works on older MySQL versions.
As a workaround an older MySQL-version can be used. If this needs fixing, then the CS management server could specify the cluster_id during the query in all the required places.
CentOS release 6.7 with MariaDB-server-10.1.8-1.el6.x86_64