Kristopher D. Dick | 1 Nov 02:02 2006

RE: Changing IP Address

Nothing.  I don't get any response what so ever from zope.

That's true for apache as well, though.  Of course, when I telnet to zope it
times out and returns me to the local command line.  When I telnet to apache
it just sits there.

I think I'll try rebuilding tomorrow and hope I'm able to move it easier
next time around.

Kristopher Dick

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Subject: Re: [zenoss-users] Changing IP Address

On Oct 31, 2006, at 1:53 PM, Kristopher D. Dick wrote:

> I swapped the listening ports.  Apache is now 8080 and zope on 80.   
> It's
> primarily a troubleshooting thing (just making sure there wasn't  
> anything
> blocking 8080).

Doh. Right -- I re-read your last message and see that now. Sorry  
about that.

What happens when you telnet to 80 (if that's still your Zope port)?
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Eric Newton | 1 Nov 02:23 2006

Re: Changing IP Address

You just have to talk like a browser.  Type "GET /" and then return a 
few times.

-Eric

Kristopher D. Dick wrote:
> Nothing.  I don't get any response what so ever from zope.
>
> That's true for apache as well, though.  Of course, when I telnet to zope it
> times out and returns me to the local command line.  When I telnet to apache
> it just sits there.
>
> I think I'll try rebuilding tomorrow and hope I'm able to move it easier
> next time around.
>
> Kristopher Dick
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: zenoss-users-bounces <at> zenoss.org
> [mailto:zenoss-users-bounces <at> zenoss.org] On Behalf Of Duncan McGreggor
> Sent: Tuesday, 31 October 2006 13:01
> To: General discussion of using zenoss system
> Subject: Re: [zenoss-users] Changing IP Address
>
>
> On Oct 31, 2006, at 1:53 PM, Kristopher D. Dick wrote:
>
>   
>> I swapped the listening ports.  Apache is now 8080 and zope on 80.   
>> It's
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Duncan McGreggor | 1 Nov 02:29 2006

Re: Changing IP Address


On Oct 31, 2006, at 6:23 PM, Eric Newton wrote:

> You just have to talk like a browser.  Type "GET /" and then return  
> a few times.

Well, if he wants sensible status codes he should probably follow my  
example (below), otherwise he could get 500s or 404s ;-)

>> rohan:zenoss 13:58:03 $ telnet localhost 8080
>> Trying 127.0.0.1...
>> Connected to localhost.
>> Escape character is '^]'.
>> GET /zport/dmd HTTP/1.0
>>
>> HTTP/1.0 302 Moved Temporarily
>> Server: Zope/(Zope 2.8.8-final, python 2.4.3, darwin) ZServer/1.1
>> Date: Tue, 31 Oct 2006 20:58:57 GMT
>> Bobo-Exception-Line: 273
>> Content-Length: 2422
>> Bobo-Exception-Value: See the server error log for details
>> Content-Type: text/html
>> Bobo-Exception-Type: Unauthorized
>> Connection: close
>> Location: http://0.0.0.0:8080/zport/acl_users/cookieAuthHelper/  
>> login_form?came_from=http%3A//0.0.0.0%3A8080/zport/dmd
>>
>> [snip all the HTML output]
Philip Wege | 1 Nov 07:50 2006
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0.23 File System Problems


Hi All

I have upgarded to 0.23 yesterday , now None of my servers File System
Utilazation is reporting correctly , When I do a manual snmpget or walk
on the relevant oid or index tree I get the correct values but within
zenoss it says the following:

File Systems  
Mount Total bytes Used bytes Free bytes % Util 
/  17.0GB unknown unknown unknown 
/var  49.0GB unknown unknown unknown 

But also I did a fresh install of zenoss on my vmware test server with
0.23 and I got the same problem.

Has anyone else encountred this and got some adivce on how to fix it ?

Regards

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Rory_Brown | 1 Nov 12:27 2006
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2 Enhancement Requests [Was: Re: zenperfsnmp peculiarity in 0.23.0]


Hi Erik,

Following on from your reply, I have a couple of enhancement requests concerning the User Interface.

1) Modifications to the About page:
  • provide the ability to view each daemon's logfile
  • provide the ability to view and modify the configuration file
The purpose of this request is to reduce the necessity to logon to the server.

2) Bulk assignment of device attributes, e.g. Location, System or Groups. A mechanism similar to the current method of moving devices within the Device Class Hierarchy would be nice.

Thanks,
/Rory
 


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Rory,

There is a 30 min cycle time for reload of the configuration of
zenperfsnmp.  Most likely that is the cause.  You can also restart it
from the UI within the About object on the left nav.

-EAD

On Oct 31, 2006, at 11:42 AM, Rory_Brown <at> 3com.com wrote:

>
> Just FYI.
>
> I am using version 0.23.0
>
> After adding devices, either by using zendisc or the Add Device
> page, it is necessary to restart the zenperfsnmp tool before data
> is collected. I checked the latest version of the manual (which is
> very much better than the previous version, please keep up the good
> work) and as far as I could see that was not expected behaviour.
> I've included a chunk from the zenperfsnmp.log file to illustrate
> the situation.
>
> Thanks,
> /Rory
>
> ...
> 2006-10-31 15:30:13 INFO zen.zenperfsnmp: Unresponsive devices: []
> 2006-10-31 15:30:18 INFO zen.zenperfsnmp: Collected 28 of 28
> devices in 5.28
> 2006-10-31 15:33:24 INFO zen.zenperfsnmp: delete pidfile /data/
> zenoss/var/zenperfsnmp.py.pid
> 2006-10-31 15:33:24 INFO zen.zenperfsnmp: Daemon zenperfsnmp
> shutting down
> 2006-10-31 15:36:42 INFO zen.zenperfsnmp: Configured 82 devices
> ...
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Kristopher D. Dick | 1 Nov 16:01 2006

RE: Changing IP Address

kdick <at> physician-01:~$ telnet localhost 80  //remember, zope is on 80 for me.
Trying 127.0.0.1...
Connected to localhost.
Escape character is '^]'.
GET Connection closed by foreign host.

Kristopher Dick
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Subject: Re: [zenoss-users] Changing IP Address

On Oct 31, 2006, at 6:23 PM, Eric Newton wrote:

> You just have to talk like a browser.  Type "GET /" and then return  
> a few times.

Well, if he wants sensible status codes he should probably follow my  
example (below), otherwise he could get 500s or 404s ;-)

>> rohan:zenoss 13:58:03 $ telnet localhost 8080
>> Trying 127.0.0.1...
>> Connected to localhost.
>> Escape character is '^]'.
>> GET /zport/dmd HTTP/1.0
>>
>> HTTP/1.0 302 Moved Temporarily
>> Server: Zope/(Zope 2.8.8-final, python 2.4.3, darwin) ZServer/1.1
>> Date: Tue, 31 Oct 2006 20:58:57 GMT
>> Bobo-Exception-Line: 273
>> Content-Length: 2422
>> Bobo-Exception-Value: See the server error log for details
>> Content-Type: text/html
>> Bobo-Exception-Type: Unauthorized
>> Connection: close
>> Location: http://0.0.0.0:8080/zport/acl_users/cookieAuthHelper/  
>> login_form?came_from=http%3A//0.0.0.0%3A8080/zport/dmd
>>
>> [snip all the HTML output]
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Erik A. Dahl | 1 Nov 16:44 2006

Re: Changing RRD Template

Pavel,

You need to name your template "Device" when I think you named it  
"mediant-statistics".

You can bind performance templates to different interface types by  
naming them using their type names (which is on the interface detail  
screen).

-EAD

On Oct 31, 2006, at 3:47 PM, Chlupácek Pavel wrote:

> Maybe I didn't get the procedure. This is what I have did:
>
> 1. Crated  under Devices
>
>  /Devices <http://217.169.190.100:8080/zport/dmd/Devices>  /Network  
> <http://217.169.190.100:8080/zport/dmd/Devices/Network>  /Media- 
> Gateway <http://217.169.190.100:8080/zport/dmd/Devices/Network/ 
> Media-Gateway>  /Audiocodes <http://217.169.190.100:8080/zport/dmd/ 
> Devices/Network/Media-Gateway/Audiocodes>  /Mediant2000 <http:// 
> 217.169.190.100:8080/zport/dmd/Devices/Network/Media-Gateway/ 
> Audiocodes/Mediant2000>
>
> 2. went to PerfCond tab under Mediant2000
> 3. typed mediant-statistics and clicked add
> 4. clicked on mediant statistics and added DataSources + Graphs
>
> 5. Moved all my MGWs to path in (1)  (name of these is mgw-xxxx)
> 6. still showing rrdtemplate of /Devices/Network
>
> What is the correct approach?
>
> Also How I can make the template for E1, ATM and other I/F not  
> being csmacd?
>
> P.
>
> ________________________________
>
> From: zenoss-users-bounces <at> zenoss.org on behalf of Erik A. Dahl
> Sent: Tue 10/31/2006 9:44 PM
> To: General discussion of using zenoss system
> Subject: Re: [zenoss-users] Changing RRD Template
>
>
>
> Make sure your new template is named "Device" so that it binds
> properly (and overrides the higher level template).
>
> -EAD
>
> On Oct 31, 2006, at 3:43 PM, Chlupácek Pavel wrote:
>
>> Well thats what I have tried
>>
>> I had move them to /devices/network/media-gateway
>>
>> and then edit template of devices/network/media-gateway (perfconf)
>>
>> but all objects below still usest /device/network
>>
>> P.
>>
>>
>> ________________________________
>>
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>> Sent: Tue 10/31/2006 9:40 PM
>> To: General discussion of using zenoss system
>> Subject: Re: [zenoss-users] Changing RRD Template
>>
>>
>>
>> You can make a device class for them and then apply your template to
>> that class (ie copy/paste it to the new class).
>>
>> -EAD
>>
>> On Oct 31, 2006, at 3:28 AM, Chlupácek Pavel wrote:
>>
>>> How to change RRD (PerfConf) template on selected type of devices
>>> (I just do not want to do local copy for each device).
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> I didn't figure it out.
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> P.
>>>
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Erik A. Dahl | 1 Nov 16:52 2006

Re: 2 Enhancement Requests [Was: Re: zenperfsnmp peculiarity in 0.23.0]

Rory,

Good thoughts.

On Nov 1, 2006, at 6:27 AM, Rory_Brown <at> 3com.com wrote:
>
>
> 1) Modifications to the About page:
> provide the ability to view each daemon's logfile
> provide the ability to view and modify the configuration file
> The purpose of this request is to reduce the necessity to logon to  
> the server.

I added the ticket http://dev.zenoss.org/trac/ticket/501

>
> 2) Bulk assignment of device attributes, e.g. Location, System or  
> Groups. A mechanism similar to the current method of moving devices  
> within the Device Class Hierarchy would be nice.

Not sure I understand this.  Do you want zProperties that inherit to  
a device down Location, etc?  Or a way to associate devices with  
Location, etc.

-EAD
DAVE CUSHING | 1 Nov 16:52 2006
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0.23 oddities?

I have noticed that my disk utilization on *nix based server is no
longer being reported.  ZenOSS can see the total size of the volume, but
does not report utilization.  Windows based servers seem to be fine.

CPU utilization reporting has changed, and it is acting strangely on my
*nix servers as well.  CPU utilization seems to be based on idle time
now, rather than utilization, and I have many, many alerts (and
subsequent clears) each day about servers that are reporting 0 in idle
time.  These appear to be false positives.

Perhaps related to this utilization problem, is the fact that I kept
the 60 second cycle for polling my devices.  It wasn't a problem in the
past, but I seem to have gaps in my performance graphs that I did not
have before.  I think that it because it is missing some polls, although
I see no indication of that in the log files.

Any ideas?  I would prefer not to increase the polling time, but if it
will solve the problems, I will.

Thanks in advance for any advice.
Eric Newton | 1 Nov 17:22 2006

Re: 0.23 File System Problems

Hi Philip,

Did you run zenstep as outlined in the Release Notes?

If not, you are probably collecting at new default of 5 minute 
intervals, and rrdtool considers this too infrequent for good data on 
your original RRD files.

You can switch your files to 5-minute collection with:

    $ zenstep --commit

Alternatively, you can edit your monitors' collection rate back to the 
original 60-second rate:

    Monitors->Performance->localhost->Edit->Snmp Cycle Interval

-Eric

Philip Wege wrote:
> Hi All
>
> I have upgarded to 0.23 yesterday , now None of my servers File System
> Utilazation is reporting correctly , When I do a manual snmpget or walk
> on the relevant oid or index tree I get the correct values but within
> zenoss it says the following:
>
> File Systems  
> Mount Total bytes Used bytes Free bytes % Util 
> /  17.0GB unknown unknown unknown 
> /var  49.0GB unknown unknown unknown 
>
> But also I did a fresh install of zenoss on my vmware test server with
> 0.23 and I got the same problem.
>
>
> Has anyone else encountred this and got some adivce on how to fix it ?
>
> Regards
>   

Gmane