[racktables-users] Re: DRAM Field problems

James, 

The software is free, and it has been around for a while.  I suggest that for 
now you use MB, and ask that this be corrected with a wish list item.  The 
Racktables team works very hard on the software and many people are using it as 
it is released. Althought it might look like a simple fix it might be more 
complicated. 

Thanks for using Racktables and helping make the software better.

Thanks Racktables Team.

Luis 
----- Original Message -----
From: "James Osbourn" <james.osbourn@xxxxxxxxxx>
To: racktables-users@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Sent: Tuesday, November 30, 2010 7:16:01 AM GMT -06:00 US/Canada Central
Subject: [racktables-users] Re: DRAM Field problems

Yes, that is correct.  However, our field is DRAM, GB.  And likewise for the 
CPU Speed in MHz you cannot enter 2.6.

I am looking to change the type to float to allow for decimal values

Thanks

James

-----Original Message-----
From: racktables-users-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx 
[mailto:racktables-users-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Denis Ovsienko
Sent: 30 November 2010 13:03
To: racktables-users@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [racktables-users] Re: DRAM Field problems



30.11.2010, 15:42, "James Osbourn" <james.osbourn@xxxxxxxxxx>:
> I am using rack tables and am having a problem on this and a couple of other 
> fields where I want to enter for example 2.5GB of memory.  When I have the 
> change the display rounds to 3GB, which is not correct.
>
> Has any updated this field?  Is there an easy way to update the type of this 
> field to allow floating point.  I would like to preserve any data making this 
> change.
>
> As these attributes are ones that ship with racktables are these going to be 
> updated in a future release.

For "DRAM, MB" it would be 2500MB or 2560MB (depending on the measure) for 2.5G 
value.

-- 
    Denis Ovsienko



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