John W. Mahaffey | 17 Dec 22:03 2014

Develop OpenNMS to collect SIP VQM

We have a VoIP system, and use the OpenNMS to monitor the traps from the servers. Polycom IP Phones currently will send SIP RTCP Publish Messages that contain "Voice Quality Monitoring" (VQM) data. There is only one product on the market that will collect the data and present it. That product is the Telchemy SQmediator and it is very expensive. We are looking for an alternative system. It seems that the OpenNMS has most of what we would need to get started, but would need some help to develop the additional setup.

Is anyone interested in helping us develop something? We will be glad to share anything we develop.

We have made significant progress. The IP Phone sends the SIP PUBLISH message to the server and it returns a 200 OK. The VQM data from the PUBLISH message is then inserted into a database.

Now the next step is to use the WEB UI to show the information. This is where I would really like some help. Anyone interested?

Thanks
John

 

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Pablo Silva | 15 Dec 16:29 2014
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Buffer Memory Metric

Dear Colleagues:

      There is a metric of a server that is alerting for some time,
the alert says relation with no release of buffer memory. While not
wishing to make swapping one server not know what the origin of this
alarm, you all we can report that this is a HP ProLiant DL380 G7
server model, which is used as an NFS server, with setup standard of
Centos 6.4

      Perhaps it's a false alarm , or we have to tunning NFS server or
client for ride off this message.

      The graps show us:

      Daily:

      http://picpaste.com/diaria-pbrJvBYU.png

      Weekly:

      http://oi57.tinypic.com/ddgsjs.jpg

Thanks in advance

-Pablo

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Paul-Andre Panon | 13 Dec 02:12 2014

VMware integration

Hi,

 

I did a google/archive search but I didn’t find this addressed. We’re trying out the VMware integration in OpenNMS 14.0.1 and using the auto-generated configuration files from following the wiki doc. We’re seeing OpenNMS try to log into the vCenter between every 1s to every 10s. This is adding a huge amount of entries into the virtual centre event list/tables (VPX_EVENT/VPX_EVENT_ARG). However the auto vmware config seems to indicate that data collection should only happen every 5 minutes and the same for the VMwareCim-HostSystem polling. So what’s causing the frequent logins with the OpenNMS integration account?

 

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Michael Kaufman | 12 Dec 22:24 2014
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Nagging notices issue - alarms stuck in queue

Has anyone run into an issue where an alarm keeps notifying due to perhaps a timing issue?

We have a set up as described below to repeat alarms for nodeDown:

What happened was a node that was down came back up, and in the history we see a nodeUp alarm that should've coincided with the reduction the severity of the nodeDown alarm, but then five seconds later, a new nodeDown alarm with critical severity appeared. As a result, this automation continued to refresh the alarm every time it ran even though the node was actually back up.

Does anyone have experience with this problem or ideas of how to fix it? Would it be possible to lock the alarms table for the duration of this automation somehow?

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J Kephart | 12 Dec 20:33 2014

Server sizing

We're looking at what sort of servers we'd need in order to do a new ONMS installation.  What we've come up with is the following:
OpenNMS / RRD
    - Dual, 6-core CPU
    - 64G RAM
    - RAID-1, 10K, 146G drive (x2) for OS/ONMS
    - RAID-10, 15K, 300G drive (x2) for RRD storage

Postgres database
    - Dual, 6-core CPU
    - 64G RAM
    - RAID-10, 15K, 300G (x2)
With fewer than 5,000 nodes, I imagine that would be sufficient (perhaps more than) to the task, and would enable us to grow into it, as we currently monitor about 2,300 nodes.  Does this sound reasonable?

Thanks,

Jim
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Tarus BALOG | 11 Dec 23:12 2014

OpenNMS 14.0.2 Released

Gang:

I'm happy to announce that OpenNMS 14.0.2 is now available.

This is a maintenance release and it is recommended that everyone
upgrade who is running 14.0.0 or 14.0.1.

The full release notes can be found here:

http://www.adventuresinoss.com/?p=4113

When I did my upgrade, I only had to modify opennms.properties and
vacuumd-configuration.xml. The "vacuumd" portion of the top of the
latter file changed, so be sure to update that. As for the properties,
we introduce some options when dealing with lame SNMP agents, but the
defaults should be fine for most people.

Enjoy.

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Samuel Mutel | 11 Dec 16:21 2014
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Restoring jrd from backup software, but no historical value in graph ...

Hello,

I restored all date of /var/opennms from a backup software.
Graphs on OpenNMS only display the value from the restoration date but no data before.

I checked the content of the jrd with command :
echo -e dump ifOutOctets.jrb\\n . | java -jar /opt/opennms/lib/jrobin-1.5.15.jar > /tmp/test.xml

I found values before the restoration date.
I clean the cache of my web browser but nothing ...

Strange !
If anyone have an idea ...
Regards,
Samuel Mutel.
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Colin Griffith | 9 Dec 23:02 2014

Filtering Event notifications for SNMPLinkUp / Down Juniper Space Network Monitor

Hi All,

I am currently using Juniper Space Network Management Platform which uses Network Monitoring (Powered by OpenNMS)

I have a lot of Juniper switches that I want to monitor link Up/Down status on. So far I have gotten my switches to correctly send SNMP traps to my Space server.

Unfortunately the notification I have for the event type sends me an email for ALL interface up/down traps. I want to limit it to just xe-*/*/* interfaces. The built in GUI filter seems to only be able to filter based on IP address.

Here is a sample event code:


uei.opennms.org/translator/traps/SNMP_Link_Up
Agent Interface Up (linkUp Trap) on interface index:898; ifDescr:ge-2/0/39.0; ifName:ge-2/0/39.0; IfAlias:

A linkUp trap signifies that the sending protocol entity recognizes that one of the communication links represented in the agent's configuration has come up.

Instance: 898

IfDescr: ge-2/0/39.0

IfName: ge-2/0/39.0

IfAlias:


I just want notifications to be trigger for anything that has xe-* instead of ge-*. How would I go about this? Juniper support seems pretty clueless when it comes to OpenNMS. Keep in mind this server is basically a Virtual Appliance running Linux.



Colin Griffith
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Tarus BALOG | 9 Dec 22:00 2014

Wiki Color Changes

Gang:

You might have noticed some changes in the default colors on the wiki:

http://www.opennms.org/wiki

If you are seeing blue, green and purple links it is an issue with you
cache. I'm not sure what part of the cache as I can't seem to clear it
on Firefox, but if you bring up a private browsing window it should look
as I intended (see attachment)

I'm not sure if this will clear itself and I'm looking into finding a
way to purge it on the Mediawiki side, so apologies.

-T
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Derek Colley | 9 Dec 09:54 2014
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Where to investigate "The OpenNMS web UI has encountered an error that it does not know how to handle."

Apologies for posting to a general queue…

After navigating to node -> admin -> "manage and unmanage services and interfaces" then deselecting all services on a node and clicking apply i get this error.

java.lang.NullPointerException at java.util.Arrays$ArrayList.(Arrays.java:2842) at java.util.Arrays.asList(Arrays.java:2828) at org.opennms.web.admin.nodeManagement.ManageNodeServlet.doPost(ManageNodeServlet.java:115) at javax.servlet.http.HttpServlet.service(HttpServlet.java:727) at javax.servlet.http.HttpServlet.service(HttpServlet.java:820) at org.eclipse.jetty.servlet.ServletHolder.handle(ServletHolder.java:652) at org.eclipse.jetty.servlet.ServletHandler$CachedChain.doFilter(ServletHandler.java:1317) at org.opennms.container.web.felix.base.internal.dispatch.InvocationFilterChain.doFilter(InvocationFilterChain.java:53) at org.opennms.container.web.felix.base.internal.dispatch.HttpFilterChain.doFilter(HttpFilterChain.java:35) at org.opennms.container.web.felix.base.internal.dispatch.FilterPipeline.dispatch(FilterPipeline.java:50) at org.opennms.container.web.felix.base.internal.dispatch.Dispatcher.dispatch(Dispatcher.java:42) at org.opennms.container.web.bridge.internal.DispatcherFilter.doFilter(DispatcherFilter.java:72) at org.opennms.container.web.ProxyFilter.doFilter(ProxyFilter.java:56) at org.eclipse.jetty.servlet.ServletHandler$CachedChain.doFilter(ServletHandler.java:1288) at org.extremecomponents.table.filter.AbstractExportFilter.doFilter(AbstractExportFilter.java:49) at org.eclipse.jetty.servlet.ServletHandler$CachedChain.doFilter(ServletHandler.java:1288) at org.opennms.web.servlet.StoreRequestPropertiesFilter.doFilter(StoreRequestPropertiesFilter.java:79) at org.eclipse.jetty.servlet.ServletHandler$CachedChain.doFilter(ServletHandler.java:1288) at org.springframework.security.web.FilterChainProxy$VirtualFilterChain.doFilter(FilterChainProxy.java:330)

Here are the system version details:
rpm -qa | grep -i opennms
opennms-repo-stable-1.0-18.noarch
opennms-plugin-provisioning-snmp-asset-14.0.1-1.noarch
opennms-webapp-jetty-14.0.1-1.noarch
opennms-14.0.1-1.noarch
opennms-core-14.0.1-1.noarch
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Tim Miller Dyck | 8 Dec 16:59 2014
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Is it possible to have OpenNMS ignore certain SNMP traps from certain nodes?

Hello,

I have some devices that send SNMP traps to OpenNMS, and some of these traps I would like to ignore, as they
have no operational significance.

I might be able to reconfigure the devices to not send just these traps but they offer limited control over
trap sending and it would be more convenient overall of I could filter centrally at OpenNMS instead of
maintaining a custom configuration on various endpoint devices.

OpenNMS syslogd provides some tools to filter incoming syslog messages but I don't see similar abilities
for trapd, based on looking in the OpenNMS wiki and a web search.

Does anyone know if it is possible to filter incoming SNMP traps, ideally by both sending IP and trap OID
number, and just discard the trap?

I'm currently using OpenNMS 1.12.9 and will be upgrading to ver. 14 in the near future.

Thanks,
Tim Miller Dyck

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