Alexandru Thomae | 1 Sep 08:49 2004
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Re: Loosing all interfaces

Hi again,

The tables are as if no record was ever written into them.
Besides, nobody has access to the MySQL server except for me. And "check 
table" said everything was ok...

a.

On Tuesday 31 August 2004 17:54, Javier Szyszlican wrote:
> Hi Alexandru,
>
> Good to see you again.
>
> Are you sure the tables are empty?
> it seems like a referential integrity problem, like you deleted a record
> that was a index of another table.
>
> If the tables are empty is a a corruption issue.
> But I've never seen that happen.
>
> Javier
>
> Alexandru Thomae wrote:
> > Hi everyone,
> >
> > The first I thought I have done something wrong, the second time, well,
> > it happend (I thought too many interfaces on far too many hosts) but
> > this is the third time it happens to me: all interfaces of all the hosts
> > from JFFNMS just dissapear (as if there was a 'TRUNCATE TABLE
> > interfaces' and 'TRUNCATE TABLE interfaces_values'. I still have all the
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johan | 1 Sep 17:25 2004
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[Fwd: packet-loss interpretation]


Javier,

I have a question. By monitoring ciso's, only with snmp, so no
reachability or pings, there is a tab "RTT & packet loss" on the
"physical interfaces". I would like to know what is the interpretation
of this number (figure), since when i ping this interface i don't see
any packet loss. So what i like to know is how jffnms calculates the
packet loss. Included an example of a graphic.

Greetings,
Johan
Javier Szyszlican | 1 Sep 17:35 2004

Re: packet-loss interpretation

Johan,

If you setup a RW community, then JFFNMS is using SNMP-PING to ping the "Peer 
Address" configured in the interface.

You can better see the results in the "Packet Loss" Graph.

The one you sent was a mix between the traffic and the PL graph, so you could 
see if the PL was when the interface reached the total BW.

Javier

johan wrote:
> Javier,
> 
> I have a question. By monitoring ciso's, only with snmp, so no
> reachability or pings, there is a tab "RTT & packet loss" on the
> "physical interfaces". I would like to know what is the interpretation
> of this number (figure), since when i ping this interface i don't see
> any packet loss. So what i like to know is how jffnms calculates the
> packet loss. Included an example of a graphic.
> 
> Greetings,
> Johan
> 
> 
> ------------------------------------------------------------------------
> 

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Coleman, Scott | 1 Sep 20:38 2004

Problems with upgrade from 7.7 to 7.8

Hello-
During the upgrade to 7.8 from 7.7
after running the database patch (which ran smoothly until line 87)
I got an error message that stated "db_ping(mysql) Connection to DB Restored... db_ping(mysql) Connection to DB Restored... db_ping(mysql) Connection to DB Restored... db_ping(mysql) Connection to DB Restored... db_ping(mysql) Connection to DB Restored... Query Failed - events_list() - Unknown column 'severity.level' in 'field list'"
if anyone has seen this before and knows the quick fix for this that would be great
-Scott Coleman
 
 


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Javier Szyszlican | 1 Sep 21:34 2004

Re: Problems with upgrade from 7.7 to 7.8

Scott,

Well the DB patch has to work completely.

Please go to line 87 and then feed mysql the next lines, line by line.

The severity.nivel field was changed to severity.level (spanish to english) and 
if thats not done in the DB, the code will not find it.

Javier

Coleman, Scott wrote:
> Hello-
> During the upgrade to 7.8 from 7.7
> after running the database patch (which ran smoothly until line 87)
> I got an error message that stated "db_ping(mysql) Connection to DB 
> Restored... db_ping(mysql) Connection to DB Restored... db_ping(mysql) 
> Connection to DB Restored... db_ping(mysql) Connection to DB Restored... 
> db_ping(mysql) Connection to DB Restored... Query Failed - events_list() 
> - Unknown column 'severity.level' in 'field list'"
> if anyone has seen this before and knows the quick fix for this that 
> would be great
> -Scott Coleman
>  
>  
> 
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Javier Castillo Alcibar | 2 Sep 12:57 2004

Problem with Debian sarge upgrade

Hello,

 

Today I’d upgrade my sarge (apt-get upgrade) and jffnms stop working….. Now, this is my config:

 

ii  jffnms                     0.7.8-2                    Web-based Network Management Sytem (NMS) for IP networks

ii  mysql-server               4.0.20-11                  mysql database server binaries

ii  php4                       4.3.8-9                    server-side, HTML-embedded scripting language (meta-package)

ii  php4-cli                   4.3.8-9                    command-line interpreter for the php4 scripting language

ii  php4-common                4.3.8-9                    Common files for packages built from the php4 source

ii  php4-gd                    4.3.8-9                    GD module for php4

ii  php4-snmp                  4.3.8-9                    SNMP module for php4

ii  php4-mysql                 4.3.8-9                    MySQL module for php4

 

alhmngsrv2:/usr/share/jffnms/engine# php4 -a poller.php

Interactive mode enabled

 

alhmngsrv2:/usr/share/jffnms/engine# echo $?

255

alhmngsrv2:/usr/share/jffnms/engine#

 

 

 

Any ideas??

 

 

Javier Castillo Alcibar | 2 Sep 15:18 2004

RE: Problem with Debian sarge upgrade

Hi Kelly,

Apache works perfectly. The problem is that CRON process executes this
command each five minutes: "php4 poller.php", but the command ends
unspectedly, returning 255. In other words, jffnms cannot poll devices
after the upgrade.

In my first email, I did not mention that I did a modification on
/usr/share/jffnms/lib/api.classes.inc.php. I had to define "class basic"
at the top of the file, before other classes that extend the basic
class, because php returned an error.

Is there anybody with the debian sarge jffnms+php4 official packets
working here?

Best regards,
Javier.

-----Mensaje original-----
De: Kelly Hamlin [mailto:k.hamlin@...] 
Enviado el: jueves, 02 de septiembre de 2004 14:08
Para: Javier Castillo Alcibar
Asunto: Re: [jffnms-users] Problem with Debian sarge upgrade

What kind of errors are you getting? Did apache by chance get upgraded 
also, and maybe overwrite your httpd.conf file?
try to give us some error's your receiving, or describe the problem a 
little deeper.

Javier Castillo Alcibar wrote:

> Hello,
>
> Today I'd upgrade my sarge (apt-get upgrade) and jffnms stop 
> working..... Now, this is my config:
>
> ii jffnms 0.7.8-2 Web-based Network Management Sytem (NMS) for IP
networks
>
> ii mysql-server 4.0.20-11 mysql database server binaries
>
> ii php4 4.3.8-9 server-side, HTML-embedded scripting language 
> (meta-package)
>
> ii php4-cli 4.3.8-9 command-line interpreter for the php4 scripting 
> language
>
> ii php4-common 4.3.8-9 Common files for packages built from the php4 
> source
>
> ii php4-gd 4.3.8-9 GD module for php4
>
> ii php4-snmp 4.3.8-9 SNMP module for php4
>
> ii php4-mysql 4.3.8-9 MySQL module for php4
>
> alhmngsrv2:/usr/share/jffnms/engine# php4 -a poller.php
>
> Interactive mode enabled
>
> alhmngsrv2:/usr/share/jffnms/engine# echo $?
>
> 255
>
> alhmngsrv2:/usr/share/jffnms/engine#
>
> Any ideas??
>

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Pierre-Damien Gatouillat | 2 Sep 21:30 2004
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New Poller Problem

Hello everybody,

I have had a new poller item like that :
ID   	 Description   	 Name (Match RRD Struct DS)   	 Poller Command (file)
Parameters
10001 	Mail Accounting Total 	mail_delete 	snmp_counter
	.1.3.6.1.4.1.2021.51.101.1

The OID is a private one and exec un shell script via snmpd.conf :
exec .1.3.6.1.4.1.2021.51 mail /usr/local/bin/stat_mail.sh

This OID works good and return a value : #snmpwalk -v 1 localhost public
.1.3.6.1.4.1.2021.51.101.1 :
enterprises.ucdavis.51.101.1 = "1171"

Next add this poller to "Linux/Unix System Info" Interface Types :
ID   	 Description   	 Internal Name   	 Position   	 Interface Type   	 Field
Type   	 Show   	 Overwritable   	 Tracked   	 Default Value
 10007  	 Mails Total  	 mail_total  	 130  	 Linux/Unix System Info  	 RRDTool
DS  Never	   	   	   	 Type: Gauge Min: 0 Max: 10000 or Use  for Max

Next add an entry in "Poller/Backend Grouping" in Linux/Unix Host:
 10006  	 Linux/Unix Host  	 75  	 Mail Accounting Total  	 Temporal Buffer

And a graphe type :
 10001  	 Mails  	 Linux/Unix System Info  	   	 mail_stats  	 500  	 175  	  	
0  	 0

And a new php script : mail_stats.inc.php with a copy of the rtt graph, change
the value rtt by mail_stats.

When I run php -q poller.php 4 41, the rrd file is created, I can see a graph,
but after new polling, the rrd is not change, and no value in it (rrdtool dump
interface-41-12.rrd)
THe result of the poller :
bash-2.05$ php -q poller.php 4 41
 :  H   4 : Poller Start : 14 Items.
 :  H   4 :  I  41 :  P  10 : snmp_counter:cpu_nice_ticks(.1.3..1.0): 1305 ->
buffer(): 1 (time P:3.19 | 0.34)
 :  H   4 :  I  41 :  P  15 : snmp_counter:num_procs(.1.3..6.0): 261 ->
buffer(): 2 (time P:1.4 | 0.12)
 :  H   4 :  I  41 :  P  20 : snmp_counter:cpu_user_ticks(.1.3..0.0): 43094 ->
buffer(): 3 (time P:1.12 | 0.12)
 :  H   4 :  I  41 :  P  25 : snmp_counter:num_users(.1.3..5.0): 0 -> buffer():
4 (time P:0.92 | 0.11)
 :  H   4 :  I  41 :  P  30 : snmp_counter:cpu_idle_ticks(.1.3..3.0): 6540643 ->
buffer(): 5 (time P:1.08 | 0.11)
 :  H   4 :  I  41 :  P  35 : snmp_counter:tcp_established(.1.3..9.0): 68 ->
buffer(): 6 (time P:0.84 | 0.11)
 :  H   4 :  I  41 :  P  40 : snmp_counter:cpu_system_ticks(.1.3..2.0): 79668 ->
buffer(): 7 (time P:1.08 | 0.11)
 :  H   4 :  I  41 :  P  45 : snmp_counter:tcp_active(.1.3..5.0): 46088 ->
buffer(): 8 (time P:0.71 | 0.11)
 :  H   4 :  I  41 :  P  50 : snmp_counter:load_average_1(.1.3..3.1): 0.06 ->
buffer(): 9 (time P:0.84 | 0.13)
 :  H   4 :  I  41 :  P  55 : snmp_counter:tcp_passive(.1.3..6.0): 0 ->
buffer(): 10 (time P:71.5 | 0.19)
 :  H   4 :  I  41 :  P  60 : snmp_counter:load_average_5(.1.3..3.2): 0.13 ->
buffer(): 11 (time P:2.81 | 0.19)
 :  H   4 :  I  41 :  P  70 : snmp_counter:load_average_15(.1.3..3.3): 0.10 ->
buffer(): 12 (time P:0.97 | 0.18)
 :  H   4 :  I  41 :  P  75 : snmp_counter:mail_total(.1.3..1.1): "1179" ->
buffer(): 13 (time P:173.07 | 0.15)
 :  H   4 :  I  41 :  P  80 : no_poller(): 0 -> rrd(*): cpu_user_ticks:43094 -
cpu_idle_ticks:6540643 - cpu_nice_ticks:1305 - cpu_system_ticks:79668 -
load_average_1:0.06 - load_average_5:0.13 - load_average_15:0.10 - num_users:0
- num_procs:261 - tcp_active:46088 - tcp_passive:0 - tcp_established:68 (time
P:0.19 | 117.95)
 :  H   4 :  I  41 :  P LPD : last_poll_date(): 1094153380 ->
db(last_poll_date): 1 (time P:0.21 | 2.29)
 :  H   4 : Poller End, Total Time: 392.6 msec.

The problem is at the no_poller() line, no value for mail_total, but I don't see
what's wrong in my new poller definition.

Thanks for your help.
Pierre

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Javier Szyszlican | 2 Sep 21:52 2004

Re: New Poller Problem

Hi Pierre,

Everything is fine.

Except that the return value is a string, and it has to be a number.

You don't see it in the RRD line because its not a number.

So, you have 3 options.

	- Modify the stat_mail.sh to return an INTEGER without the " "
	- Create a poller to get this OID and convert it to integer.
	- Modify the snmp_counter poller to convert the return value to integer (remove 
the quotes)

I think the first option is the best.

I hope this helps.

Javier

Pierre-Damien Gatouillat wrote:
> Hello everybody,
> 
> I have had a new poller item like that :
> ID   	 Description   	 Name (Match RRD Struct DS)   	 Poller Command (file)
> Parameters
> 10001 	Mail Accounting Total 	mail_delete 	snmp_counter
> 	.1.3.6.1.4.1.2021.51.101.1
> 
> The OID is a private one and exec un shell script via snmpd.conf :
> exec .1.3.6.1.4.1.2021.51 mail /usr/local/bin/stat_mail.sh
> 
> This OID works good and return a value : #snmpwalk -v 1 localhost public
> .1.3.6.1.4.1.2021.51.101.1 :
> enterprises.ucdavis.51.101.1 = "1171"
> 
> Next add this poller to "Linux/Unix System Info" Interface Types :
> ID   	 Description   	 Internal Name   	 Position   	 Interface Type   	 Field
> Type   	 Show   	 Overwritable   	 Tracked   	 Default Value
>  10007  	 Mails Total  	 mail_total  	 130  	 Linux/Unix System Info  	 RRDTool
> DS  Never	   	   	   	 Type: Gauge Min: 0 Max: 10000 or Use  for Max
> 
> Next add an entry in "Poller/Backend Grouping" in Linux/Unix Host:
>  10006  	 Linux/Unix Host  	 75  	 Mail Accounting Total  	 Temporal Buffer
> 
> And a graphe type :
>  10001  	 Mails  	 Linux/Unix System Info  	   	 mail_stats  	 500  	 175  	  	
> 0  	 0
> 
> And a new php script : mail_stats.inc.php with a copy of the rtt graph, change
> the value rtt by mail_stats.
> 
> When I run php -q poller.php 4 41, the rrd file is created, I can see a graph,
> but after new polling, the rrd is not change, and no value in it (rrdtool dump
> interface-41-12.rrd)
> THe result of the poller :
> bash-2.05$ php -q poller.php 4 41
>  :  H   4 : Poller Start : 14 Items.
>  :  H   4 :  I  41 :  P  10 : snmp_counter:cpu_nice_ticks(.1.3..1.0): 1305 ->
> buffer(): 1 (time P:3.19 | 0.34)
>  :  H   4 :  I  41 :  P  15 : snmp_counter:num_procs(.1.3..6.0): 261 ->
> buffer(): 2 (time P:1.4 | 0.12)
>  :  H   4 :  I  41 :  P  20 : snmp_counter:cpu_user_ticks(.1.3..0.0): 43094 ->
> buffer(): 3 (time P:1.12 | 0.12)
>  :  H   4 :  I  41 :  P  25 : snmp_counter:num_users(.1.3..5.0): 0 -> buffer():
> 4 (time P:0.92 | 0.11)
>  :  H   4 :  I  41 :  P  30 : snmp_counter:cpu_idle_ticks(.1.3..3.0): 6540643 ->
> buffer(): 5 (time P:1.08 | 0.11)
>  :  H   4 :  I  41 :  P  35 : snmp_counter:tcp_established(.1.3..9.0): 68 ->
> buffer(): 6 (time P:0.84 | 0.11)
>  :  H   4 :  I  41 :  P  40 : snmp_counter:cpu_system_ticks(.1.3..2.0): 79668 ->
> buffer(): 7 (time P:1.08 | 0.11)
>  :  H   4 :  I  41 :  P  45 : snmp_counter:tcp_active(.1.3..5.0): 46088 ->
> buffer(): 8 (time P:0.71 | 0.11)
>  :  H   4 :  I  41 :  P  50 : snmp_counter:load_average_1(.1.3..3.1): 0.06 ->
> buffer(): 9 (time P:0.84 | 0.13)
>  :  H   4 :  I  41 :  P  55 : snmp_counter:tcp_passive(.1.3..6.0): 0 ->
> buffer(): 10 (time P:71.5 | 0.19)
>  :  H   4 :  I  41 :  P  60 : snmp_counter:load_average_5(.1.3..3.2): 0.13 ->
> buffer(): 11 (time P:2.81 | 0.19)
>  :  H   4 :  I  41 :  P  70 : snmp_counter:load_average_15(.1.3..3.3): 0.10 ->
> buffer(): 12 (time P:0.97 | 0.18)
>  :  H   4 :  I  41 :  P  75 : snmp_counter:mail_total(.1.3..1.1): "1179" ->
> buffer(): 13 (time P:173.07 | 0.15)
>  :  H   4 :  I  41 :  P  80 : no_poller(): 0 -> rrd(*): cpu_user_ticks:43094 -
> cpu_idle_ticks:6540643 - cpu_nice_ticks:1305 - cpu_system_ticks:79668 -
> load_average_1:0.06 - load_average_5:0.13 - load_average_15:0.10 - num_users:0
> - num_procs:261 - tcp_active:46088 - tcp_passive:0 - tcp_established:68 (time
> P:0.19 | 117.95)
>  :  H   4 :  I  41 :  P LPD : last_poll_date(): 1094153380 ->
> db(last_poll_date): 1 (time P:0.21 | 2.29)
>  :  H   4 : Poller End, Total Time: 392.6 msec.
> 
> The problem is at the no_poller() line, no value for mail_total, but I don't see
> what's wrong in my new poller definition.
> 
> Thanks for your help.
> Pierre
> 
> 
> 
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Pierre-Damien Gatouillat | 2 Sep 23:57 2004
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Thanks for your reply. But my script returns, for example 872, but the snmp
function return "872" :
[root <at> relay2 engine]# snmpwalk -v 1 192.168.4.20 public  .1.3.6.1.4.1.2021.51
enterprises.ucdavis.51.1.1 = 1
enterprises.ucdavis.51.2.1 = "mail"
enterprises.ucdavis.51.3.1 = "/usr/local/bin/stat_mail.sh"
enterprises.ucdavis.51.100.1 = 0
enterprises.ucdavis.51.101.1 = "872"
enterprises.ucdavis.51.101.2 = "21"
enterprises.ucdavis.51.101.3 = "19"
enterprises.ucdavis.51.102.1 = 0

I try this :
if (is_string($value)) settype ($value, "integer");

But it doesn't work.

Do you know how we can remove the quotes ?

Pierre

_________________
Hi Pierre,

Everything is fine.

Except that the return value is a string, and it has to be a number.

You don't see it in the RRD line because its not a number.

So, you have 3 options.

    - Modify the stat_mail.sh to return an INTEGER without the " "
    - Create a poller to get this OID and convert it to integer.
    - Modify the snmp_counter poller to convert the return value to integer
(remove the quotes)

I think the first option is the best.

I hope this helps.

Javier

Pierre-Damien Gatouillat wrote:

> Hello everybody,
>
> I have had a new poller item like that :
> ID        Description        Name (Match RRD Struct DS)        Poller Command
(file)
> Parameters
> 10001     Mail Accounting Total     mail_delete     snmp_counter
>     .1.3.6.1.4.1.2021.51.101.1
>
> The OID is a private one and exec un shell script via snmpd.conf :
> exec .1.3.6.1.4.1.2021.51 mail /usr/local/bin/stat_mail.sh
>
> This OID works good and return a value : #snmpwalk -v 1 localhost public
> .1.3.6.1.4.1.2021.51.101.1 :
> enterprises.ucdavis.51.101.1 = "1171"
>
> Next add this poller to "Linux/Unix System Info" Interface Types :
> ID        Description        Internal Name        Position        Interface
Type        Field
> Type        Show        Overwritable        Tracked        Default Value
>  10007       Mails Total       mail_total       130       Linux/Unix System
Info       RRDTool
> DS  Never                          Type: Gauge Min: 0 Max: 10000 or Use  for
Max
>
> Next add an entry in "Poller/Backend Grouping" in Linux/Unix Host:
>  10006       Linux/Unix Host       75       Mail Accounting Total      
Temporal Buffer
>
> And a graphe type :
>  10001       Mails       Linux/Unix System Info              mail_stats      
500       175
> 0       0
>
> And a new php script : mail_stats.inc.php with a copy of the rtt graph, change
> the value rtt by mail_stats.
>
> When I run php -q poller.php 4 41, the rrd file is created, I can see a graph,
> but after new polling, the rrd is not change, and no value in it (rrdtool dump
> interface-41-12.rrd)
> THe result of the poller :
> bash-2.05$ php -q poller.php 4 41
>  :  H   4 : Poller Start : 14 Items.
>  :  H   4 :  I  41 :  P  10 : snmp_counter:cpu_nice_ticks(.1.3..1.0): 1305 ->
> buffer(): 1 (time P:3.19 | 0.34)
>  :  H   4 :  I  41 :  P  15 : snmp_counter:num_procs(.1.3..6.0): 261 ->
> buffer(): 2 (time P:1.4 | 0.12)
>  :  H   4 :  I  41 :  P  20 : snmp_counter:cpu_user_ticks(.1.3..0.0): 43094 ->
> buffer(): 3 (time P:1.12 | 0.12)
>  :  H   4 :  I  41 :  P  25 : snmp_counter:num_users(.1.3..5.0): 0 ->
buffer():
> 4 (time P:0.92 | 0.11)
>  :  H   4 :  I  41 :  P  30 : snmp_counter:cpu_idle_ticks(.1.3..3.0): 6540643
->
> buffer(): 5 (time P:1.08 | 0.11)
>  :  H   4 :  I  41 :  P  35 : snmp_counter:tcp_established(.1.3..9.0): 68 ->
> buffer(): 6 (time P:0.84 | 0.11)
>  :  H   4 :  I  41 :  P  40 : snmp_counter:cpu_system_ticks(.1.3..2.0): 79668
->
> buffer(): 7 (time P:1.08 | 0.11)
>  :  H   4 :  I  41 :  P  45 : snmp_counter:tcp_active(.1.3..5.0): 46088 ->
> buffer(): 8 (time P:0.71 | 0.11)
>  :  H   4 :  I  41 :  P  50 : snmp_counter:load_average_1(.1.3..3.1): 0.06 ->
> buffer(): 9 (time P:0.84 | 0.13)
>  :  H   4 :  I  41 :  P  55 : snmp_counter:tcp_passive(.1.3..6.0): 0 ->
> buffer(): 10 (time P:71.5 | 0.19)
>  :  H   4 :  I  41 :  P  60 : snmp_counter:load_average_5(.1.3..3.2): 0.13 ->
> buffer(): 11 (time P:2.81 | 0.19)
>  :  H   4 :  I  41 :  P  70 : snmp_counter:load_average_15(.1.3..3.3): 0.10 ->
> buffer(): 12 (time P:0.97 | 0.18)
>  :  H   4 :  I  41 :  P  75 : snmp_counter:mail_total(.1.3..1.1): "1179" ->
> buffer(): 13 (time P:173.07 | 0.15)
>  :  H   4 :  I  41 :  P  80 : no_poller(): 0 -> rrd(*): cpu_user_ticks:43094 -
> cpu_idle_ticks:6540643 - cpu_nice_ticks:1305 - cpu_system_ticks:79668 -
> load_average_1:0.06 - load_average_5:0.13 - load_average_15:0.10 - num_users:0
> - num_procs:261 - tcp_active:46088 - tcp_passive:0 - tcp_established:68 (time
> P:0.19 | 117.95)
>  :  H   4 :  I  41 :  P LPD : last_poll_date(): 1094153380 ->
> db(last_poll_date): 1 (time P:0.21 | 2.29)
>  :  H   4 : Poller End, Total Time: 392.6 msec.
>
> The problem is at the no_poller() line, no value for mail_total, but I don't
see
> what's wrong in my new poller definition.
>
> Thanks for your help.
> Pierre
>
>

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