Dustin Henning | 29 Jan 11:33 2015
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Contact Cacti Forum Admin?

I am going through all of my accounts and changing my e-mail address 
because the old one got deactivated.  As it turns out, the cacti forum 
was updated and my password couldn't be converted.  As such, I can't log 
in, but since my old e-mail address was deactivated, I also can't 
request a password reset.  The login page says to e-mail the forum admin 
using forums <at> cacti.net, but that e-mail address bounces with this:
5.1.1 <forums <at> cacti.net>: Recipient address rejected: User unknown in 
virtual mailbox table
Does anyone have a good address I could use to contact someone who could 
fix this?

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Igor Potjevlesch | 16 Jan 17:43 2015
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GCEMS graphs not showing correctly

Hello,

I have updated Cacti from version 0.8.7b to 0.8.8b a while ago with RRDTool
1.3.8 in a Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 environment. When I did the update I
loaded the old cacti.sql database from my older version and everything
looked fine except for the GCEMS graphs. The big problem is that the MAX,
AVERAGE and CURRENT values for the GCEMS graph are not as they should be, a
value that should be of 230 is a 2 and so on.

I tried to go back to the old version to see if there was that kind of
issue but the graphs are still not as they should be.

The graph template configuration of the GCEMS 7 sources graphs is:

*Graph Item     Graph Item Type     CF Type Item # 1          AREA
             AVERAGE Item # 2          GPRINT                  MAX Item # 3
         GPRINT                  AVERAGE Item # 4          GPRINT
       LAST Item # 5          STACK                    AVERAGE Item # 6
     GPRINT                  MAX Item # 7          GPRINT
 AVERAGE Item # 8          GPRINT                  LAST Item # 9
 STACK                   AVERAGE Item # 10        GPRINT
MAX Item # 11        GPRINT                 AVERAGE Item # 12        GPRINT
                LASTItem # 13        STACK                   AVERAGE Item #
14        GPRINT                 MAX Item # 15        GPRINT
  AVERAGE Item # 16        GPRINT                 LAST Item # 17
 STACK                   AVERAGE Item # 18        GPRINT
MAX Item # 19        GPRINT                 AVERAGE Item # 20        GPRINT
                LAST Item # 21        STACK                   AVERAGE Item
# 22        GPRINT                 MAX Item # 23        GPRINT
    AVERAGE Item # 24        GPRINT                 LAST Item # 25
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Igor Potjevlesch | 7 Jan 18:56 2015
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GCEMS graphs not showing correctly

Hello,

I have updated Cacti from version 0.8.7b to 0.8.8b a while ago with RRDTool
1.3.8 in a Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 environment. When I did the update I
loaded the old cacti.sql database from my older version and everything
looked fine except for the GCEMS graphs. The big problem is that the MAX,
AVERAGE and CURRENT values for the GCEMS graph are not as they should be, a
value that should be of 230 is a 2 and so on.

I tried to go back to the old version to see if there was that kind of
issue but the graphs are still not as they should be.

The graph template configuration of the GCEMS 7 sources graphs is:

*Graph Item     Graph Item Type     CF Type Item # 1          AREA
             AVERAGE Item # 2          GPRINT                  MAX Item # 3
         GPRINT                  AVERAGE Item # 4          GPRINT
       LAST Item # 5          STACK                    AVERAGE Item # 6
     GPRINT                  MAX Item # 7          GPRINT
 AVERAGE Item # 8          GPRINT                  LAST Item # 9
 STACK                   AVERAGE Item # 10        GPRINT
MAX Item # 11        GPRINT                 AVERAGE Item # 12        GPRINT
                LASTItem # 13        STACK                   AVERAGE Item #
14        GPRINT                 MAX Item # 15        GPRINT
  AVERAGE Item # 16        GPRINT                 LAST Item # 17
 STACK                   AVERAGE Item # 18        GPRINT
MAX Item # 19        GPRINT                 AVERAGE Item # 20        GPRINT
                LAST Item # 21        STACK                   AVERAGE Item
# 22        GPRINT                 MAX Item # 23        GPRINT
    AVERAGE Item # 24        GPRINT                 LAST Item # 25
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Ben .T.George | 24 Dec 14:06 2014
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cacti not ploting graphs

I have installed cacti on redhat machine and i configures spine as poller.

by default localhost was there on devices list. if i click on localhost,
the graph image is there but no plots on that.

as i am very new to this, i don't know how to troubleshot this

please hlep me to fix this issue.

Thanks & Regards,
Ben
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Ignacio Verona | 18 Dec 18:15 2014

Querying OIDs without an index

Hello all,

I looks like indexes are a quite common question but after googling for a
long time I've not been able to find a solution. I've a set of oids:

$ snmpwalk -v2c -c vCPESecret 192.168.27.112 1.3.6.1.4.1.119.2.3.237.1 -On
.1.3.6.1.4.1.119.2.3.237.1.1.1.1.0 = INTEGER: operating(3)
.1.3.6.1.4.1.119.2.3.237.1.1.3.1.1.2.1 = INTEGER: 0
.1.3.6.1.4.1.119.2.3.237.1.1.3.1.1.3.1 = INTEGER: 40000

from a proprietary MIB. None of them is an index and I don't know how to
query those 3 values. Should I use a Data Query? Create a new Data Input?
Multiple data queries, one for each oid?

any help will be really appreciated as I've been trying everything I saw
for the whole day with no luck.

Thanks,
Ignacio.
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Stephan Seitz | 18 Dec 16:56 2014
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Help with SNMP queries

Hi!

I have a problem with SNMP queries and HP 10500 systems with different 
slots. I have found an XML script that I could customize.

The OID index query gives the following result:
HH3C-LSW-DEV-ADM-MIB::hh3cLswSlotIndex.1.0 = INTEGER: 0
HH3C-LSW-DEV-ADM-MIB::hh3cLswSlotIndex.1.1 = INTEGER: 1
HH3C-LSW-DEV-ADM-MIB::hh3cLswSlotIndex.1.4 = INTEGER: 4
HH3C-LSW-DEV-ADM-MIB::hh3cLswSlotIndex.1.5 = INTEGER: 5
HH3C-LSW-DEV-ADM-MIB::hh3cLswSlotIndex.1.9 = INTEGER: 9
HH3C-LSW-DEV-ADM-MIB::hh3cLswSlotIndex.1.10 = INTEGER: 10
HH3C-LSW-DEV-ADM-MIB::hh3cLswSlotIndex.1.11 = INTEGER: 11
HH3C-LSW-DEV-ADM-MIB::hh3cLswSlotIndex.1.12 = INTEGER: 12
HH3C-LSW-DEV-ADM-MIB::hh3cLswSlotIndex.1.13 = INTEGER: 13

With this starting point I can query the CPU usage or memory. My CPU 
usage walk looks like:
HH3C-LSW-DEV-ADM-MIB::hh3cLswSlotCpuRatio.1.0 = INTEGER: 5
HH3C-LSW-DEV-ADM-MIB::hh3cLswSlotCpuRatio.1.1 = INTEGER: 2
HH3C-LSW-DEV-ADM-MIB::hh3cLswSlotCpuRatio.1.4 = INTEGER: 0
HH3C-LSW-DEV-ADM-MIB::hh3cLswSlotCpuRatio.1.5 = INTEGER: 0
HH3C-LSW-DEV-ADM-MIB::hh3cLswSlotCpuRatio.1.9 = INTEGER: 1
HH3C-LSW-DEV-ADM-MIB::hh3cLswSlotCpuRatio.1.10 = INTEGER: 3
HH3C-LSW-DEV-ADM-MIB::hh3cLswSlotCpuRatio.1.11 = INTEGER: 3
HH3C-LSW-DEV-ADM-MIB::hh3cLswSlotCpuRatio.1.12 = INTEGER: 3
HH3C-LSW-DEV-ADM-MIB::hh3cLswSlotCpuRatio.1.13 = INTEGER: 3

But I have problems with the temperature. The result for this query looks 
like:
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Khemara Lyn | 5 Dec 05:07 2014

Question about cacti_snmp_walk(): Missing argument

Dear All,

I have downloaded the template "traffic between 2 peers" from this
thread:

http://forums.cacti.net/viewtopic.php?f=12&t=13931&sid=23c5addd956c18bc258141568462be82&start=15

and installed on my Cacti-0.8.8b engine.

It seems to work; however when I run the script:

php ./ss_host_mac.php x.x.x.x 0 "2:161:10:comm_string:::[MD5]:None"
query index

It gives me the with the following warnings:

"PHP Warning:  Missing argument 10 for cacti_snmp_walk(), called
in /var/lib/cacti/scripts/ss_host_mac.php on line 98 and defined
in /usr/share/cacti/lib/snmp.php on line 257

Warning: Missing argument 10 for cacti_snmp_walk(), called
in /var/lib/cacti/scripts/ss_host_mac.php on line 98 and defined
in /usr/share/cacti/lib/snmp.php on line 257
PHP Notice:  Undefined variable: context
in /usr/share/cacti/lib/snmp.php on line 292

Notice: Undefined variable: context in /usr/share/cacti/lib/snmp.php on
line 292"

May I ask: how can i correct the script to get rid of the those
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Tony Roman | 24 Nov 00:53 2014
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Release of Cacti 0.8.8c (About Time!)

Release of Cacti 0.8.8c

We the Cacti Group are proud to release the following:

    Cacti 0.8.8c
    Spine 0.8.8c

Important Security Fixes

 * CVE-2013-5588 - XSS issue via installer or device editing
 * CVE-2013-5589 - SQL injection vulnerability in device editing
 * CVE-2014-2326 - XSS issue via CDEF editing
 * CVE-2014-2327 - Cross-site request forgery (CSRF) vulnerability
 * CVE-2014-2328 - Remote Command Execution Vulnerability in graph export
 * CVE-2014-4002 - XSS issues in multiple files
 * CVE-2014-5025 - XSS issue via data source editing
 * CVE-2014-5026 - XSS issues in multiple files

Important Updates

 * New graph tree view
 * Updated graph list and graph preview
 * Refactor graph tree view to remove GPL incompatible code
 * Updated command line database upgrade utility
 * Graph zooming now from everywhere

Change Log

 bug#0002228: GPL incompatible files included in Cacti project in
  include/treeview
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perfectpei@gmail.com | 13 Nov 03:12 2014
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Which type to choose in "Select a graph type" dropdown box

Hi,
At the bottom of the "Create Graphs for this Host" page, there is a “Select a graph type” dropdown box.
What is the difference between the three options in the dropdown box: “In/Out Bits (64-bit
Counters)”, “In/Out Bits with Total Bandwidth” and “In/Out Bye”?



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Ryan Garland | 23 Oct 07:51 2014
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Re: Issues with Cacti running very long rrdtool commands

To follow up on this, I did some tests with the graph that is failing vs
the graph that is working by adding:

print strlen($command_line);

inside the following function in rrd.php:

function rrdtool_execute

The graph that fails has a string length of 131104, the graph that succeeds
has a string length of 130864.  So, it would seem as though we are running
into a 131072 limitation.

Any ideas how we can get around this, or get Cacti to run the command as if
it were at the command prompt which does not seem to have such a limitation?

Cheers,

Ryan

On Wed, Oct 22, 2014 at 9:47 PM, Ryan Garland <sheffy <at> gmail.com> wrote:

> I believe I am running into a character limit for the commands that
> rrdtool can successfully run.
>
> I currently have a stacked aggregate graph with 1376 line items (3/4 of
> which are the Legend lines).  This graph renders just fine, and with Debug
> mode turned on, after the long rrdtool command, rrdtool returns "OK".  The
> character count of the command (including any white space) of this command
> is 132961.  (Yes, I know that's a lot - I have my reasons :))
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Ryan Garland | 23 Oct 06:47 2014
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Issues with Cacti running very long rrdtool commands

I believe I am running into a character limit for the commands that rrdtool
can successfully run.

I currently have a stacked aggregate graph with 1376 line items (3/4 of
which are the Legend lines).  This graph renders just fine, and with Debug
mode turned on, after the long rrdtool command, rrdtool returns "OK".  The
character count of the command (including any white space) of this command
is 132961.  (Yes, I know that's a lot - I have my reasons :))

However, as soon as I add a new line item to the graph, the graph no longer
renders, and with Debug mode turned on, rrdtool does not return OK -- it
merely shows nothing.  The character count of this command is 133204.

Here's the kicker:  When the failing rrdtool command is manually ran at the
system's command prompt, the command succeeds.  It seems that only within
Cacti does the rrdtool command not work.

I have done a lot of research and found some seemingly related information
( such as http://www.mail-archive.com/bug-make <at> gnu.org/msg05522.html )
which discusses command length limitations by the OS / kernel, limiting to
131072 MAX_ARG_STRLEN, but:

1) this number is slightly lower than the length of the full rrdtool
command that is succeed, and
2) if that was the problem, the command should not succeed when manually
run at the command prompt

So what is Cacti doing when it runs rrdtool that could be limiting the
command length?  Does anyone have any suggestions as to how to resolve this
apparent limitation?
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