Graphite on other machine
I tried to run graphite on another machine. I was able to redirect statistics collection, but I cannot see
I have made changes in etc/graphite.conf:
# NAV supports Carbon's UDP line receiver. Host and port information of
# the backend can be configured in this section.
host = IP
port = 2003
# Where is the Graphite web interface located. NAV needs this to get graphs
# and data from Graphite.
When I first started NAV, it was configured to use the graphite on the same machine as NAV. It worked.
When I changed it and restarted NAV processes it sent statistics to the new IP (I confirmed it via graphite
web fronted), but it still tries to access old graphiteweb for rendering graphs, not the one changed in grahpite.conf.
Can there be a problém with certificate? (it is self signed one)
Isn't it somehow cached in a database?
[mailto:nav-users-request@...] On Behalf Of Martin.Jaburek@...
Sent: Friday, March 28, 2014 1:38 PM
To: Morten Brekkevold
Subject: RE: Problem retrieving port statistics
I solved my problém with moving databases to memory - it reduces load on machine and now it is ok. But I am
still experiencing gaps on some graphs. There is one device which suffers from it most - see attached
graphs. (graphs are from 2 devices - one OK and the other with GAPS)
Gaps are only in port metrics graphs - they are at exactly the same time on all ports on given device.
Systém metrics are just fine on this device.
I checked the 5min graph of ipdevpoll systém metrics and it shows 100 at peak times, what I assume are only
nearly 2 minutes.
I'm monitoring about 140 devices right now with nav.
I think that it is much correlated to my yesterday upgrade to 4.0.0 (from 4.0b5).
Since then I can also see attached errors. They were not there when I was on version 4.0b5.
It happens only on cisco catalyst 4500/6500 and one type of 3560E. (I have many 3750 but, there is no problém
at all) and causes inventory jobs to fail.
[mailto:nav-users-request@...] On Behalf Of Morten Brekkevold
Sent: Friday, March 28, 2014 10:36 AM
To: JABUREK Martin
Subject: Re: Problem retrieving port statistics
On Thu, 27 Mar 2014 08:37:51 +0000 "Martin.Jaburek@..."
> Now I am able to collect all information needed.
> But I still have a problém with collected data - there are very often
> gaps in graphs.
Which graphs have gaps? Port metrics? System metrics? All of them?
How many devices are you monitoring, and what does the runtime of the various ipdevpoll jobs look like?
If the 1minstats job is spending more than 1 minute to complete for any device, there may be gaps its graphs, 5
minutes for the 5minstats job.