Rrd graphs not updating

14-Nov-2017 22:00

You can calculate the time it will take before the RRD files will start to update again: 1341675817 seconds – 1341654743 seconds = 21047 / 60 to calculate minutes / 60 to calculate hours = 5.8 hours.

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See below; Please let me know should you require further info.Go to ssh and run command that you see in cacti, but add redirection to a file.If rrdtool generate the valid file it means you probably have problems with your php configuration.When you use rrdtool, it can happen that you first create your databases, then collect a whole bunch of data and decide later you want more accuracy/longer periods. So, you install that in your /home/zenoss for instance and then you run the following script, which creates new rrd files with the new settings and uses the perl script to copy all data into it.Especially when using zenoss (the monitoring solution I mostly work with at Kangaroot), which uses very conservative RRD settings by default (i.e. Zenoss provides a way for you to change the way RRD's are created, but not to apply those settings to already existing RRD files, which I found out *after* I started monitoring everything ;) rrdresize can help: it (just) adds or removes locations for rows.

See below; Please let me know should you require further info.Go to ssh and run command that you see in cacti, but add redirection to a file.If rrdtool generate the valid file it means you probably have problems with your php configuration.When you use rrdtool, it can happen that you first create your databases, then collect a whole bunch of data and decide later you want more accuracy/longer periods. So, you install that in your /home/zenoss for instance and then you run the following script, which creates new rrd files with the new settings and uses the perl script to copy all data into it.Especially when using zenoss (the monitoring solution I mostly work with at Kangaroot), which uses very conservative RRD settings by default (i.e. Zenoss provides a way for you to change the way RRD's are created, but not to apply those settings to already existing RRD files, which I found out *after* I started monitoring everything ;) rrdresize can help: it (just) adds or removes locations for rows. I have an other error if i click on a graph : Reports works good but they doesn't display in graphs.