I am using the "bb-memory.sh" monitor to capture memory/swap on Linux boxes.

When the above is graphs to RRD via the Big Brother Reports mechanism,

it graphs each memory chart with "real" memory in red across the top of

the graph (e.g. always 100%) and swap usually quite low in green

(e.g. nearly always 0%) across the bottom of the graph.

Unfortunately, it does not take into account the cached memory

on Linux which the kernel reserves for processes.

And this results in viewers of the graph panicing because they think

memory is at 100%.

My question is: does anyone have an update to bb-memory.sh that

takes caching into account when outputting the data from bb-memory.sh?

Or better yet, is there a new, standardized bb-memory.sh with the above fixed

for Linux.