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You can check the ceilometer/polling.yaml configuration file. like this `--- sources: - name: instance_pollster interval: {{ ceilometer_instance_interval }} meters: - cpu - memory.usage - network.incoming.bytes - network.outgoing.bytes - disk.device.read.bytes - disk.device.write.bytes

- name: hardware_pollster
  interval: {{ ceilometer_host_interval }}
  meters:
    - hardware.system_stats.cpu.idle
    - hardware.memory.used
    - hardware.memory.total
    - hardware.disk.read.bytes
    - hardware.disk.write.bytes
    - hardware.network.incoming.bytes
    - hardware.network.outgoing.bytes
  resources:
    - snmp://10.10.8.202
    - snmp://10.10.8.203`

for instacne if the 'meters' are configured´╝č for hardware if the 'resources' are configured´╝č