Dave Gregg | 1 Nov 01:14 2005
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3com modular switch discovery and poller

I am having trouble polling a 3com 4007 modular switch (ESE 9000) and was wondering if anyone has dicovery and pollers for this?
 
I can see the management interface but not the blades.
 
Help, please!
 
Dave.
 

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Craig Small | 1 Nov 03:25 2005
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Re: CPU usage

On Mon, Oct 31, 2005 at 09:07:51PM +0100, Richard Klingler wrote:
> Does anybody also experience high CPU load when using jffnms for
> few Cisco routers and UNIX servers?
We have 150 hosts. Switches, servers and routers. 6 operators too.

> Doesn't seem to be fit enough for a small ISP...unless you spend
> big bucks on sevserl P4 3GHz machines for jffnms...
We're using a pair of P4 2.8 GHz machines with 1GB of memory.

You've obviously never tried to run other NMSes :)

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Tim Carr | 1 Nov 04:56 2005

RE: CPU usage

We're running JFF on a 1.5 Ghz laptop with 512MB of RAM; it's monitoring
over 700 interfaces (about 75 hosts, including a couple of 7200's that
have about 150+ interfaces each).  We're running Fedora Core 3 on the
box.  The box runs between 30-50% CPU usage, with a few spikes into the
high 50's.

Sounds like there might be something else going on with the
machine...maybe dig into which processes are using up that much CPU and
seeing if there's something not right there?

Thanks,
Tim Carr
Buchanan Associates

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On Mon, Oct 31, 2005 at 09:07:51PM +0100, Richard Klingler wrote:
> Does anybody also experience high CPU load when using jffnms for
> few Cisco routers and UNIX servers?
We have 150 hosts. Switches, servers and routers. 6 operators too.

> Doesn't seem to be fit enough for a small ISP...unless you spend
> big bucks on sevserl P4 3GHz machines for jffnms...
We're using a pair of P4 2.8 GHz machines with 1GB of memory.

You've obviously never tried to run other NMSes :)

  - Craig
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Craig Small | 1 Nov 05:39 2005
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Sizing of servers

Hello,
  We are often getting queries on the email list about what sort of
servers are required for such and such number of hosts or interfaces.

I was going to put a section in the documentation giving some examples
of real-world implementations so that others know what people are using
and what sort of performance they could expect.

So if, possible, probably direct to me, could people send some metrics?
Things that would be useful would be:
 Monitored Hosts:
 Monitored Interfaces:
 CPU:
 Memory:
 Disks: (just the type, sata, scsi or ide)
 OS:
 Load: (5 minute average, across say a week, or cpu%)

For one installation I'm aware of it would be

CPU			Memory	Disks	Hosts	Interfaces	OS				Load
P4 2.8 GHz	1GB		SATA	150		2000		Debian sarge	5avg max 2
Database and pollers on separate identical servers.

I'll compilie the lot into one chunk and send it to the list and put
it in the documents.

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Matt McDonagh | 1 Nov 12:12 2005
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Slow accessing Reports

Hi guys, sorry if this has already been covered, but I
couldn't seem to find an answer in the archives.
I'm having problems with the time it takes to generate
SLA Reports.  If the report is for the last day, it
will take approximately 30 seconds.  If I try to get a
report of the last month it can take over 5 minutes
for the page to load.  Is there any way to improve
these times as I doubt my users will bother waiting so
long.  By the way I've checked the processes using top
and can't seem to spot anything unusual.

Thanks again.
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Dario Mendez | 1 Nov 20:02 2005

First Installation


Hi guys this is my first installation of jffnms i got this error at the
start page after the instlation process: Fatal error: Only variables can be
passed by reference in C:\jffnms\lib\api.hosts.inc.php on line 68 , and
after when i try to add any object  i have the same porblem but diferent
php file, example with Host: Fatal error: Only variables can be passed by
reference in C:\jffnms\lib\api.classes.inc.php on line 512

Thanks
Darío A. Méndez

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Richard Klingler | 1 Nov 20:14 2005
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Re: First Installation

Dario Mendez wrote:
> 
> 
> 
> Hi guys this is my first installation of jffnms i got this error at the
> start page after the instlation process: Fatal error: Only variables can be
> passed by reference in C:\jffnms\lib\api.hosts.inc.php on line 68 , and
> after when i try to add any object  i have the same porblem but diferent
> php file, example with Host: Fatal error: Only variables can be passed by
> reference in C:\jffnms\lib\api.classes.inc.php on line 512
> 

Using php5 by any chance?

Go for php4...although php5 has a setting for it but seems to ignore.

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Brad Hudson | 1 Nov 19:20 2005
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Re: Sizing of servers

For the record ...

CPU		Memory	Disks		Hosts	Interfaces
2xXeon 2.0GHz	4GB	SCSI Raid5	72	1100

OS			Load
Linux RedHat ES 4.0	avg .45 Max 1.4

Cheers;

Brad

On Tue, 2005-11-01 at 15:39 +1100, Craig Small wrote:
> Hello,
>   We are often getting queries on the email list about what sort of
> servers are required for such and such number of hosts or interfaces.
> 
> I was going to put a section in the documentation giving some examples
> of real-world implementations so that others know what people are using
> and what sort of performance they could expect.
> 
> So if, possible, probably direct to me, could people send some metrics?
> Things that would be useful would be:
>  Monitored Hosts:
>  Monitored Interfaces:
>  CPU:
>  Memory:
>  Disks: (just the type, sata, scsi or ide)
>  OS:
>  Load: (5 minute average, across say a week, or cpu%)
> 
> For one installation I'm aware of it would be
> 
> CPU			Memory	Disks	Hosts	Interfaces	OS				Load
> P4 2.8 GHz	1GB		SATA	150		2000		Debian sarge	5avg max 2
> Database and pollers on separate identical servers.
> 
> 
> I'll compilie the lot into one chunk and send it to the list and put
> it in the documents.
> 
>  - Craig
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Richard Klingler | 1 Nov 23:18 2005
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No rrd updates for serial interfaces

evnin'

Anybody has an idea why rrd files for serial interfaces
on Ciscos aren't updated?

All other interfaces are..like ethernet/fast/giga/pos etc.

jffnms-0.8.2
rrdtool-1.0.49
php-4.4.0

rick

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Richard Klingler | 1 Nov 23:21 2005
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Re: No rrd updates for serial interfaces

Richard Klingler wrote:
> evnin'
> 
> 
> Anybody has an idea why rrd files for serial interfaces
> on Ciscos aren't updated?
> 
> All other interfaces are..like ethernet/fast/giga/pos etc.

But multilink ppp interfaces are drawn (from channelized e3)

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