# lveinfo --period=1d doesn't display statistics for all users. Some or all users are absent from the list, though you clearly know that the LVE usage was high and there should be a lot of data. Checking specific users that you are interested in gives you stats (for example with
# lveinfo --user USER --period=1d). So, the statistics is collected, but not displayed for some users.
Since lve-stats v.2.10.1-1, we have added a new configuration option
hide_lve_more_than_maxuid. Its goal is to hide stats for users whose UID > than UID_MAX (specified in
/etc/login.defs). The default behavior is true. It means that LVEs whose UIDs are bigger than UID_MAX will be hidden in cl-top, cl-statistics, lveinfo.
lve more than UID_MAX in cl-top, cl-statistics, lveinfo if displaying is turned off;
If you need to have users with big UIDs displayed by LVE Statistics utilities, you can modify this behavior in
Read more about lve-stats configuration options in our official documentation here .