Cacti graphs not updating after upgrade
When writing to this cache, I think the tag check will perform first and the data will write to the cache after determining which way to write. Now, I have occasionally latencies unexplained for a few minutes and everything works again properly. I would have expected to find the relevant script mentioned under data queries, where an entry for "ucd/net - lm Sensors - Fan Sensors" is also listed, but instead it just mentions a path to an xml file, which doesn't seem very helpful.
Thus, the write operation will only access one way of the cache, and the energy should be much lower that read operation. David 2013/4/21 Gandalf Hello all, I am facing a strange problem, this morning my time polling is mounted arrow(see attachement) following the correction of the path to a template that does not work (In the data input method, the path for a PHP Script Server was wrong). Increasing logging level will give you more information in the log, I set the Poller Logging Level to DEBUG for a while and got some more interesting information, like: 04/18/2013 PM - CMDPHP: Poller Host DS WARNING: Result from SERVER not valid.
However, I found that the write and read energy of such cache is the same in Cacti. When i do a php /usr/share/cacti/i have a lot of "Waiting on 3 of 15 pollers." In my cacti.log, i see in loop : 04/19/2013 PM - CMDPHP: Poller DEVEL: SQL Assoc: "select poller_output.output, poller_output.time, UNIX_TIMESTAMP(poller_output.time) as unix_time, poller_output.local_data_id, poller_item.rrd_path, poller_item.rrd_name, poller_item.rrd_num from (poller_output,poller_item) where (poller_output.local_data_id=poller_item.local_data_id and poller_output.rrd_name=poller_item.rrd_name) LIMIT 10000" 04/19/2013 PM - CMDPHP: Poller DEVEL: SQL Cell: "SELECT count(*) FROM poller_time WHERE poller_id=0 AND end_time'0000-00-00 '" 04/19/2013 PM - CMDPHP: Poller DEVEL: SQL Assoc: "select poller_output.output, poller_output.time, UNIX_TIMESTAMP(poller_output.time) as unix_time, poller_output.local_data_id, poller_item.rrd_path, poller_item.rrd_name, poller_item.rrd_num from (poller_output,poller_item) where (poller_output.local_data_id=poller_item.local_data_id and poller_output.rrd_name=poller_item.rrd_name) LIMIT 10000" 04/19/2013 PM - CMDPHP: Poller DEVEL: SQL Cell: "SELECT count(*) FROM poller_time WHERE poller_id=0 AND end_time'0000-00-00 '" My Technical info : *Technical Support* General Information Date Fri, 0200 Cacti Version 0.8.8a Cacti OS unix SNMP Version NET-SNMP version: 5.4.3 RRDTool Version RRDTool 1.4.x Hosts 334 Graphs 2206 Data Sources Script/Command: 127 SNMP: 1315 SNMP Query: 628 Script - Script Server (PHP): 456 Total: 2526 Poller Information Interval 300 Type SPINE 0.8.8a Copyright 2002-2012 by The Cacti Group Items Action: 2579 Action: 123 Action: 456 Total: 3158 Concurrent Processes 15 Max Threads 10 PHP Servers 10 Script Timeout 5 Max OID 10 Last Run Statistics Time:298.0552 Method:spine Processes:15 Threads:10 Hosts:333 Hosts Per Process:23 Data Sources:3158 RRDs Processed:1991 PHP Information PHP Version 5.3.10-1ubuntu3.6 PHP OS Linux PHP uname Linux cactibb-2 3.2.0-40-generic #64-Ubuntu SMP Mon Mar 25 UTC 2013 x86_64 PHP SNMP Installed max_execution_time 30 memory_limit 512M If you have idea, i really appreciate it. Partial Result: FATAL: No sensor dat 04/18/2013 PM - CMDPHP: Poller Host DS SERVER: /usr/ share/cacti/site/scripts/ss_netsnmp_ss_netsnmp_lmsensors xxx.xxx:1:public:::::::10 fan get sensor Reading 7, output: FATAL: No sensor data was returned from SNMP That looks like something I can test: ~# php /usr/share/cacti/site/scripts/ss_netsnmp_\ ss_netsnmp_lmsensors xxx.xxx:1:public:::::::10 \ fan get sensor Reading 7 FATAL: No SNMP parameter bundle provided ~# _ That looks consistent, but unfortunately I also get this response for commands that execute successfully according to Cacti's logs, so what am I missing here?
Also, once I'm able to successfully execute these commands manually and find out what it's doing wrong, how would I go about fixing it? Cheers, Jaap Hi Guys, I'm struggling to get THold working with data source items provided in scientific notation.
Currently I'm using cacti, observium and collectd on the same server (running Cent OS 6.7) that ...
Hi All, On fast mode, the cache tags and data ways are accessed in parallel in set-associative cache. Zhong Number of PHP Script Servers from 10 to 5 and the problem went away alone. The list of Data Templates does indeed include a template by that name, but no script is mentioned.
If i run the query I get an error, see below: /bin/wmic --namespace='ROOT\CIMV2\... I am new to Cacti and am interested in using it to perform some queries against a My SQL database.
I have a question, which good solutions (software/hardware) have been developed and applied in enterprise for online failure prediction? I have a software which logs an error counter into a My SQL table, and I'd like to be able to graph ...
INFO: Spine bootstrap process completed To compile and install Spine do the following: ./configure make make install If you have put spine into the same directory as it was installed before, then spine is ready to go.
Now use your webbrowser and access the editor in weathermap/(i.e.
surf to observium.myurl.com/weathermap/editor.php) 7. Create a new map by writing a name and click create map. networkmap.conf) Edit your map, create nodes and draw links and then pick graphs from Observium to use with the links.
This file does not exist by default in Observium but Observium looks for this file and include the code from it if it exists, this makes it possible to add custom menus that does not break when you upgrade you Observium installation.
*NOTE* If you are using the current community edition (based on revision 5229) or any revision older than 5670 you should instead use the file php and rename it. All .html-files in the maps/-directory will be linked in a sub menu in the Observium GUI like this: Clicking on one of them will take you to the rendered weathermap where you will get a nice overview of your networks load.You can contact us for more details using the contact form.