System Monitor shows wrong disk info in Plasma 6

Hi KDE Team,
After upgrading to plasma 6 yesterday, few things broke and I know the team is working hard to fix issues one by one and I really appreciate the time and hard work :pray:.

Don’t know why Neon team had a packaging issue and decided to release the update without checking :thinking:. Anyways, coming to the issue,

Issue: The system monitor was showing proper disk stats before upgrading to plasma 6, now after the update, the disk info is showing wrong info.

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The disk shows wrong total space, here is my lsblk and df util output

df -h

As you can see the total space available is around 467GB, but the sys monitor is showing wrong details.

Here is the system monitor editor panel pic

This is a minor bug and is not affecting any functionality of the OS in any way. So, you can consider this a small bug fix at low priority.

When possible, kindly send a patch or tell me how to correct this through config changes.

Cheers!

I think it shows the disk+partition size? Would be in the ballpark, didnt do the math

Oh, I see, might be in the ballpark. Since this isn’t critical, I can wait longer for either the complete feature or a fix.

Thanks for the A2A :smiley:
Cheers!

I’m having this same problem, I have 5 1TB drives, and it shows roughly 9.1TiB. Like you said it’s not major, but I’d like to see something like this ironed out. :slight_smile:

This change aims to fix it disks: Filter out root devices from "all" sensors (!79) · Merge requests · Plasma / KSystemStats · GitLab

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I’ll see when that update is pushed I suppose - I just noticed this same issue now, found this thread. Plasma-monitor is showing roughly double the disk space that I actually have (double the total disk space, including both my arch and windows operating systems).

Today i updated two my fedora 39 computers to fedora 40 with new plasma 6
System monitor “increases” size of disks
Very sad