Unexpected extra argument for consolidation function MAX?
K K <kkadow <at> gmail.com>
2007-04-05 19:03:32 GMT
I'm running a modified version of cricket-1.0.4, and recently upgraded
RRDtool to rrdtool-1.2.19 to get additional grapher features.
Eventually I'd like to upgrade to the latest release, but have too
many local changes to backport, so that's not something I'm ready to
do right away.
We routinely enable/disable Cisco switch interfaces and use
genRtrConfig to update the targets file, so we only collect and graph
for enabled interfaces. Today, a few days after the RRDtool upgrade,
when I enabled an additional interface on an existing switch, when I
actually went to 'collect' for the subtree, I started to see this
Error and the lines leading up to it:
[05-Apr-2007 00:00:38 ] Retrieved data for gigabitethernet4_24 (167):
[05-Apr-2007 00:00:38 ] Retrieved data for fastethernet0_1 (1):
[05-Apr-2007 00:00:38 ] Walking ifDescr for
192.168.1.1:161:2.5:3:1.0:1 to resolve interface-name mapping
[05-Apr-2007 00:00:38 ] Creating datafile
for target name fastethernet0_13.
[05-Apr-2007 00:00:38*] Cannot create
Unexpected extra argument for consolidation function MAX
Any suggestions as to what would trigger this, how to correct it,
short of downgrading RRDtool or upgrading the full Cricket package?