Statistics mean nothing without details!

By William Estep | January 16th, 2009 | 3:13 am

Okay, maybe the help file isn’t done yet, but what do the statistics represent?  How is “weight” determined?  What exactly does 100% or 50% or 5% cached mean?  How is it calculated?  Wouldn’t it be helpful to see how many times a file is hit?  Or how about misses?  Or attempts on files which are excluded?   Is the cache/disk ratio bars representing total bytes? total files? What is the time-period of Overall cache/disk hit ratio? (Is it since last restart?)  Anyway, I hope some details are shared so we can better understand whether eBoostr is helping the best that it can!


One Response to “Statistics mean nothing without details!”

  1. Cosmin
    Jan 16, 2009

    i subscribe to this ideea. more details in the statistics would be usefull. number of hits on a file would be also usefull to know.