We've had our PI Server go down twice in the past four days. The first time, we had 70GB of space available, which it used up in 24 hours for around 100 million events.
The second time, it had around 30GB of space, which it used up in around 54 hours for about 1.1 BILLION events.
It's currently processing the data and is saying, with 48.3 GB of space available, there are 601.1 days of estimated buffer capacity. This is clearly quite off.
I've already made the suggestion of moving to a collective to prevent having so many events queue up, but out of curiosity, what is the Buffering Manager using to calculate the estimated capacity? I would like to understand how it could be so off...