Hello - I have just one site and am trying to understand the progress at the top of this image. It seems that 86 of 100 MB have been used. How are these counted? How are these used?
Also notice that the progress bar at the top of the bandwidth one looks very small compared to the Build Minutes Used.
and here is a little more on build minutes:
updated in November 2021
The only universal answer to this is: it varies.
More detail would probably be helpful, right? Below we explain which factors affect the lengths of builds on Netlify
One key factor is the site itself. Larger sites will take longer to build than smaller ones, and things like images and video can impact this (if those assets need to be downloaded or processed during build).
Another factor is the static site generator (SSG) being used (if any). The perform…
let us know if you have any more specific questions.
@coelmay @perry Thanks, then I guess there is something hardcoded in the progress bar above on the top of the bandwidth card and hopefully that helps Netlify keep its site up-to-date.
56 minutes used is about 18% of 300 total minutes
( 56 / 300 ) * 100 = 18.6666666667%
so the marker is in the right position (see below)
Bandwidth a gigabyte is
10 ^ 3 megabytes and 100GB is
10 ^ 2 gigabytes. So 86MB is such a small number it is near impossible to represent it on a bar hence why it is barely visible on the dashboard.