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Re: [snips-users] RRDtool problem, and snmpmon problem
Moses- THe RRD error is probably because your RRD version is old? Can you try downloading and compiling the latest version of rrdtool? -vikas Moses Moore wrote: > > I'm using snips-1.2beta, and I remembered to install RRD tool before > building. > (Helpful: I noticed that the "Can't find RRDs.pm" problem required > Debian's librrds-perl package to be installed.) > > When I want to look at the graphs for a device/host I'm getting broken > images and this error message in my webserver's log files: > > RRD error for /usr/local/snips/rrddata/a/athena/DataAge.rrd - invalid > rpn expression 'info,UN,UNKN,info,0,EQ,0,UNKN,IF,IF' > > I had to read the source and make a guess to find out what DataAge > means; perhaps some *:default files could be added to 'device-help/' on > installation? > > I'm also getting no data from the snmpmon -- execpt for DataAge. After > setting "$debug = 1;" in snmpmon, here's run/snmpmon.errors: > > snmpmon- Reading global config file /usr/local/snips/etc/snips.conf > (snmpmon).. locked pid-file, started new process (pid=23222) > (dbg) Total variables in config= 2 > (dbg) Configured thresholds are: > thress = SYS.sysUpTime .+ 600 300 180 > thress = UCDAVIS.systemStats.ssCpuIdle .+ 25 > 15 01 > Doing datafile /tmp/snmpmon_data/mnemosyne.snmpmon > ERROR: Could not open /tmp/snmpmon_data/mnemosyne.snmpmon:No such file > or directory > Doing datafile /tmp/snmpmon_data/mnemosyne.snmpmon > ERROR: Could not open /tmp/snmpmon_data/mnemosyne.snmpmon:No such file > or directory > > Here's my etc/snmpmon-confg: > POLLINTERVAL 300 > RRDTOOL ON > SYS.sysUpTime * 600 300 180 > UCDAVIS.systemStats.ssCpuIdle * 25 15 01 > STARTDEVICES > mnemosyne public system ucdavis > > (UCDAVIS is something I added to bin/snmpmon-collector, copying the > EMPIRE stuff. I wouldn't bother the mailing list if just this was > broken, but the above RRD tool stuff, and the absence of both ssCpuIdle > and sysUpTime data makes me wonder.) > > /tmp/snmpmon_data didn't exist the first time I tried this, so I made it > by hand. Since /tmp tends to get erased on reboot for many UNIX > machines, I changed line 95 to '/tmp/snmpmon_data' and uncommented line > 105. I tried changing them back but I still have these error messages.