How to remove unused droplet graphs showing «no data» legend?

I’ve been using the do-agent to show more metrics for my droplet, but I didn’t like it too much. I prefer showing the bandwidth table at the top of others, like it is by default without do-agent.

So, I’ve removed it using some Digital Ocean instructions, but the graphs on the panel are still showing, but this time without data and also containing a legend that say «No data».

Is there a way to remove those [empty] graphs?

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Hello, @dropletero

If you’ve already uninstalled the agent you most probably need to clear the cache of the browser and this should sort the issue for you. You can also give it a try with an alternative browser.

Regards, Alex


  • I’ve uninstalled the DO monitoring agent.
  • I’ve clear the browser cache and cookies.
  • I’ve verified «ps aux | grep do-agent», results:

ps aux | grep do-agent matrix 5336 0.0 0.0 12940 904 pts/5 S+ 21:18 0:00 grep --color=auto do-agent


  • I’ve used another browser, and the graphs are still there.

What’s the noise about those graphs?

  • They don’t show anything, and are the top graphs on the page.
  • CPU, Load, Memory, Disk I/O, Disk Usage; all empty.
  • The only useful graph is Bandwidth, and it’s the last graph.

Hope it could have a solution. It’s not critical, but could be a better experience to get rid of those [empty] graphs.

Thank you in advance.

Hello @dropletero ,

I understand you uninstalled the DO monitoring agent. You could clear the browser cache and cookies and start a fresh login session to get the basic Graphs back. It is likely that the browser cached the installed DO agent and tries to show the extra graphs.

You can also verify if the DO agent is running with the following command

ps aux | grep do-agent

Hope this helps!

Cheers, Lalitha