Yan Zhang | 2 Sep 11:28 2014
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Parameter setting meaning in datacollection-config.xml

Hello,

I have read the wiki, but was still not very clear about the meaning of "ifType" and "instance".  What kind of scenarios are filled by different values? Can you help me? Thanks!
<group name="mib2-host-resources-storage" ifType="all"> <mibObj oid=".1.3.6.1.2.1.25.2.3.1.3" instance="hrStorageIndex" alias="hrStorageDescr" type="string" /> <mibObj oid=".1.3.6.1.2.1.25.2.3.1.4" instance="hrStorageIndex" alias="hrStorageAllocUnits" type="gauge" /> <mibObj oid=".1.3.6.1.2.1.25.2.3.1.5" instance="hrStorageIndex" alias="hrStorageSize" type="gauge" /> <mibObj oid=".1.3.6.1.2.1.25.2.3.1.6" instance="hrStorageIndex" alias="hrStorageUsed" type="gauge" /> </group>
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Andre.Descloux | 2 Sep 09:14 2014

Issues with feature-vmware, opennms no more working fine

Hello everybody,

 

We currently use the opennms feature-vmware to monitor ESX (only the hosts) using opennms version 1.12.3.

It works basically, but we have regularly some issues.

The VmwareCimMonitor and/or the VmwareCimCollector return sometimes errors like

 

2014-09-02 02:49:36,828 WARN  [Collectd-Thread-34-of-50] VmwareCimCollector: Error retrieving CIM values from host system 'host-401'. Error message: 'CIM_ERR_FAILED'

2014-09-02 02:55:38,902 WARN  [Poller-Thread-6-of-30] VmwareCimMonitor: Error retrieving CIM values from host system 'host-154'

2014-09-02 02:55:38,902 WARN  [Collectd-Thread-11-of-50] VmwareCimCollector: Error retrieving CIM values from host system 'host-171'. Error message: 'CIM_ERR_FAILED; nested exception is:

       javax.net.ssl.SSLHandshakeException: Remote host closed connection during handshake'

 

The problem will mostly be self-solved on the next run ( 30 sec. for CimMonitor, 5 minutes for CimCollector).

 

But sometimes the problem remains (it seems the “CIM Server” service on the EXS is no longer answering …)

2014-09-02 02:49:36,828 WARN  [Collectd-Thread-34-of-50] VmwareCimCollector: Error retrieving CIM values from host system 'host-401'. Error message: 'CIM_ERR_FAILED'

2014-09-02 02:55:38,851 WARN  [Collectd-Thread-44-of-50] VmwareCimCollector: Error retrieving CIM values from host system 'host-401'. Error message: 'CIM_ERR_FAILED'

2014-09-02 03:42:50,228 WARN  [Poller-Thread-23-of-30] VmwareCimMonitor: Error retrieving CIM values from host system 'host-401'

2014-09-02 03:58:22,788 WARN  [Poller-Thread-9-of-30] VmwareCimMonitor: Error retrieving CIM values from host system 'host-401'

2014-09-02 04:53:41,781 WARN  [Collectd-Thread-16-of-50] VmwareCimCollector: Error retrieving CIM values from host system 'host-401'. Error message: 'CIM_ERR_FAILED'

2014-09-02 05:00:45,197 WARN  [Collectd-Thread-23-of-50] VmwareCimCollector: Error retrieving CIM values from host system 'host-401'. Error message: 'CIM_ERR_FAILED'

2014-09-02 06:55:29,149 WARN  [Collectd-Thread-47-of-50] VmwareCimCollector: Error retrieving CIM values from host system 'host-401'. Error message: 'CIM_ERR_FAILED'

2014-09-02 06:55:29,150 WARN  [Poller-Thread-12-of-30] VmwareCimMonitor: Error retrieving CIM values from host system 'host-401'

2014-09-02 06:57:59,171 WARN  [Poller-Thread-1-of-30] VmwareCimMonitor: Error retrieving CIM values from host system 'host-401'

2014-09-02 06:59:59,191 WARN  [Poller-Thread-10-of-30] VmwareCimMonitor: Error retrieving CIM values from host system 'host-401'

2014-09-02 07:02:59,217 WARN  [Collectd-Thread-39-of-50] VmwareCimCollector: Error retrieving CIM values from host system 'host-401'. Error message: 'CIM_ERR_FAILED'

2014-09-02 07:03:29,221 WARN  [Poller-Thread-6-of-30] VmwareCimMonitor: Error retrieving CIM values from host system 'host-401'

2014-09-02 07:05:59,445 WARN  [Poller-Thread-3-of-30] VmwareCimMonitor: Error retrieving CIM values from host system 'host-401'

2014-09-02 07:08:59,474 WARN  [Poller-Thread-18-of-30] VmwareCimMonitor: Error retrieving CIM values from host system 'host-401'

2014-09-02 07:11:59,501 WARN  [Collectd-Thread-1-of-50] VmwareCimCollector: Error retrieving CIM values from host system 'host-401'. Error message: 'CIM_ERR_FAILED'

2014-09-02 07:12:29,524 WARN  [Poller-Thread-26-of-30] VmwareCimMonitor: Error retrieving CIM values from host system 'host-401'

2014-09-02 07:21:01,311 WARN  [Collectd-Thread-15-of-50] VmwareCimCollector: Error retrieving CIM values from host system 'host-401'. Error message: 'CIM_ERR_FAILED'

2014-09-02 07:21:01,312 WARN  [Poller-Thread-16-of-30] VmwareCimMonitor: Error retrieving CIM values from host system 'host-401'

2014-09-02 07:30:31,866 WARN  [Poller-Thread-11-of-30] VmwareCimMonitor: Error retrieving CIM values from host system 'host-401'

2014-09-02 07:31:31,873 WARN  [Collectd-Thread-6-of-50] VmwareCimCollector: Error retrieving CIM values from host system 'host-401'. Error message: 'CIM_ERR_FAILED'

 

and the only way to solve it is to restart the “CIM Server” service on the ESX (via the vCenter).

 

More serious is when the last described remaining error take place for many ESX in parallel for a more or less long time (we have 12 hosts in the cluster),

it seems that the opennms is then no more able to monitor other nodes correctly (for example it was not able to trigger a node down -> had to restart opennms) .

Unfortunately, I cannot systematically reproduce this errors.

 

I tried to increase timeout for VMwareCim-HostSystem and data collection; it did not enhance the behaviour.

 

=>   Has somebody such problems using the feature vmware ?

=>   Are there some parameters to be set on the vCenter/ESX to have the “CIM Server” better answering / more robust?

=>   Why is the opennms more or less hanging when some such problems occur in parallel ?

 

Many thanks in advance.

 

Kind regards

André

 

 

 

 

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Manel Pujol | 1 Sep 13:34 2014
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Response Time Summary for node

Hello,

 

First of all, sorry for my english level. English is not my language.

 

I’m new in opennms, and I spent a few days trying to configure the program. It seems like all that I need works great, but not the Database Reports. For example, the “Early Morning Report” and “Availability by nodeworks fine, but the “Response Time Summary for node” doesn’t work. When I select this report, it asks me for what Category I want to show, what time range and what format, and if I leave and “%” in the category box, appears this error:

 

net.sf.jasperreports.engine.JRException

        at org.opennms.netmgt.jasper.jrobin.JRobinQueryExecutor.createDatasource(JRobinQueryExecutor.java:58)

        at net.sf.jasperreports.engine.fill.JRFillDataset.createQueryDatasource(JRFillDataset.java:684)

        at net.sf.jasperreports.engine.fill.JRFillDataset.initDatasource(JRFillDataset.java:605)

        at net.sf.jasperreports.engine.fill.JRBaseFiller.setParameters(JRBaseFiller.java:1281)

        at net.sf.jasperreports.engine.fill.JRBaseFiller.fill(JRBaseFiller.java:901)

        at net.sf.jasperreports.engine.fill.JRBaseFiller.fill(JRBaseFiller.java:845)

        at net.sf.jasperreports.engine.fill.JRFillSubreport.fillSubreport(JRFillSubreport.java:609)

        at net.sf.jasperreports.engine.fill.JRSubreportRunnable.run(JRSubreportRunnable.java:59)

        at net.sf.jasperreports.engine.fill.JRThreadSubreportRunner.run(JRThreadSubreportRunner.java:205)

        at java.lang.Thread.run(Thread.java:745)

 

And if I put for example “ROUTERS” or “SERVERS” or any other of my categories in the category Box, this error doesn’t appear but always shows an empty PDF file with the line “There is no Data for this Report”.  

 

I find a few solutions that involves download the iReport software, I download it, but the software never starts. So I download the JasperSoft Studio but I don’t know what to do with it.

 

Can you help me?

 

Thanks in advance!

 

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Yan Zhang | 27 Aug 11:39 2014
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Two questions about opennms

Hello,

I just started  learning opennms. I have two questions.

1. Does opennms support showing no graphic reports, for example, the report format is just data sheets?

2. If there are two snmp agents with same IP address but different ports, can opennms support integrating, discovering, get performance data, and identify these two notes as different notes at the same network? 

Thanks.
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Phil Daws | 27 Aug 09:27 2014
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EMail Notifications

Good morning,

working on a new 1.12 install and having an issue with setting up email notifications; with respect to the
"From" address.  In earlier releases on would just set org.opennms.core.utils.fromAddress to the
correct address in javamail-configuration.properties but now it is using the new
javamail-configuration.xml.  I have set the following but it still shows as root <at> 127.0.0.1 when a
message is received:

<sendmail-message to="root <at> localhost"
                      from="opennms <at> monitoring.server.local"
                      subject="OpenNMS Test Message"
                      body="This is an OpenNMS test message." />

Is there a different way I should be setting the from line ?

Thanks.

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飞吻剑六 | 8 Aug 08:08 2014

opennms monitoring jboss

Hi All
I feel wrong, configuration monitoring jboss OpenNMS but here is my configuration files, can you tell me where the configuration is wrong?Jboss need to modify the file?Thank you very much! 
capsd-configuration.xml
<protocol-plugin protocol="JVM" class-name="org.opennms.netmgt.capsd.plugins.Jsr160Plugin" scan="on" user-defined="false">
   <property key="port" value="18980"/>
   <property key="type" value="default"/>
   <property key="factory" value="PASSWORD-CLEAR"/>
   <property key="username" value="admin" />
      <property key="password" value="admin" />
   <property key="protocol" value="rmi"/>
   <property key="urlPath" value="/jmxrmi"/>
   <property key="retry" value="2"/>
   <property key="timeout" value="3000"/>
 </protocol-plugin>
 
collectd-configuration.xml 
<service name="JVM" interval="300000" user-defined="false" status="on">
   <parameter key="port" value="18980"/>
   <parameter key="retry" value="2"/>
   <parameter key="timeout" value="3000"/>
   <parameter key="protocol" value="rmi"/>
   <parameter key="urlPath" value="/jmxrmi"/>
   <parameter key="rrd-base-name" value="java"/>
   <parameter key="ds-name" value="JVM"/>
   <parameter key="friendly-name" value="JVM"/>
   <!-- This must match the collection name in the jmx-datacollection.xml that defines the set of mbeans you want -->
   <parameter key="collection" value="jboss1"/>
   </service>
<collector service="JVM"          class-name="org.opennms.netmgt.collectd.Jsr160Collector"/>
 poller-configuration.xml
<service name="JVM" interval="300000" user-defined="false" status="on">
   <parameter key="port" value="18980"/>
   <parameter key="factory" value="PASSWORD-CLEAR"/>
   <parameter key="username" value="admin"/>
   <parameter key="password" value="admin"/>
   <parameter key="retry" value="2"/>
   <parameter key="timeout" value="3000"/>
   <parameter key="ds-name" value="JVM"/>
   <parameter key="friendly-name" value="JVM"/>
   <parameter key="rrd-repository" value="/opt/userOpenNMS/share/rrd/response" />
   </service>
<monitor service="JVM"          class-name="org.opennms.netmgt.collectd.Jsr160Monitor"/>
 
jmx-datacollection-config.xml
<jmx-collection name="jboss1" maxVarsPerPdu = "50">
    <rrd step = "300">
        <rra>RRA:AVERAGE:0.5:1:8928</rra>
        <rra>RRA:AVERAGE:0.5:12:8784</rra>
        <rra>RRA:MIN:0.5:12:8784</rra>
        <rra>RRA:MAX:0.5:12:8784</rra>
    </rrd>
  <import-mbeans>examples/jvm-datacollection/jmx-datacollection/Jvm/1.6/JvmBasic0.xml</import-mbeans>
  <import-mbeans>examples/jvm-datacollection/jmx-datacollection/JBoss/4/JBossBasic0.xml</import-mbeans>
 </jmx-collection>
JBossBasic0.xml
<mbeans>
  <mbean name="SystemInfo" objectname="jboss.system:type=ServerInfo">
    <attrib name="FreeMemory" alias="FreeMemory" type="gauge"/>
    <attrib name="TotalMemory" alias="TotalMemory" type="gauge"/>
  </mbean>
  <mbean name="DefaultDSManagedConnectionPool" objectname="jboss.jca:service=ManagedConnectionPool,name=DefaultDS">
    <attrib name="AvailableConnectionCount" alias="DefDS_AvailConns" type="gauge"/>
    <attrib name="ConnectionCount" alias="DefDS_Conns" type="gauge"/>
    <attrib name="InUseConnectionCount" alias="DefDS_InUseConns" type="gauge"/>
    <attrib name="ConnectionCreatedCount" alias="DefDS_CreatedConns" type="counter"/>
    <attrib name="ConnectionDestroyedCount" alias="DefDS_DestroyConns" type="counter"/>
  </mbean>
  <!-- Global Request Processor -->
  <mbean name="GlobalRequestProcessor" objectname="jboss.web:type=GlobalRequestProcessor,name=http-0.0.0.0-8080">
    <attrib name="requestCount" alias="GRP_requests" type="counter"/>
    <attrib name="maxTime" alias="GRP_maxTime" type="gauge"/>
    <attrib name="bytesSent" alias="GRP_bytesSent" type="counter"/>
    <attrib name="bytesReceived" alias="GRP_bytesRec" type="counter"/>
    <attrib name="processingTime" alias="GRP_procTime" type="counter"/>
    <attrib name="errorCount" alias="GRP_errors" type="counter"/>
  </mbean>
  <!-- Thread Pool -->
  <mbean name="ThreadPool" objectname="jboss.web:type=ThreadPool,name=http-0.0.0.0-8080">
    <attrib name="currentThreadsBusy" alias="BusyThreads" type="gauge"/>
    <attrib name="currentThreadCount" alias="Threads" type="gauge"/>
    <attrib name="minSpareThreads" alias="MinSpareThreads" type="gauge"/>
    <attrib name="maxSpareThreads" alias="MaxSpareThreads" type="gauge"/>
    <attrib name="maxThreads" alias="MaxThreads" type="gauge"/>
  </mbean>
  <!-- JmsXA Connector Pool
          <mbean name="JmsXAManagedConnectionPool" objectname="jboss.jca:service=ManagedConnectionPool,name=JmsXA"> 
              <attrib name="AvailableConnectionCount"   alias="JmsXA_AvailConns"    type="gauge"/>
              <attrib name="ConnectionCount"            alias="JmsXA_Conns"         type="gauge"/> 
              <attrib name="InUseConnectionCount"       alias="JmsXA_InUseConns"    type="gauge"/> 
              <attrib name="ConnectionCreatedCount"     alias="JmsXA_CreatedConns"  type="gauge"/> 
              <attrib name="ConnectionDestroyedCount"   alias="JmsXA_DestroyConns"  type="gauge"/> 
          </mbean-->
  <!-- Destination Manager
          <mbean name="MQ_DestinationManager" objectname="jboss.mq:service=DestinationManager"> 
              <attrib name="ClientCount"   alias="MQ_ClientCount"    type="gauge"/>
          </mbean-->
  <!-- an example of a Queue
          <mbean name="MQ_DestinationQueueA" objectname="jboss.mq.destination:service=Queue,name=A"> 
              <attrib name="QueueDepth"       alias="A_QueueDepth"       type="gauge"/>
              <attrib name="ReceiversCount"   alias="A_QueueRecv"        type="gauge"/>
              <attrib name="MaxDepth"         alias="A_QueueMaxDepth"    type="gauge"/>
          </mbean-->
  <!-- an example of a Topic
          <mbean name="SecuredTopic" objectname="jboss.mq.destination:service=Topic,name=securedTopic"> 
              <attrib name="DurableMessageCount"         alias="ST_DurMsg"      type="gauge"/>
              <attrib name="NonDurableMessageCount"      alias="ST_NonDurMsg"   type="gauge"/>
              <attrib name="NonDurableSubscriptionCount" alias="ST_NonDurSub"   type="gauge"/>
              <attrib name="DurableSubscriptionCount"    alias="ST_DurSub"      type="gauge"/>
              <attrib name="AllMessageCount"             alias="ST_AllMsg"      type="gauge"/>
              <attrib name="MaxDepth"                    alias="ST_MaxDepth"    type="gauge"/>
              <attrib name="AllSubscriptionsCount"       alias="ST_AllSub"      type="gauge"/>
          </mbean-->
</mbeans>
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Kongen | 25 Aug 14:06 2014
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Reduced alarms does not pick up notifications after ack

Ok the scenario short: I have an event with an alarm data definition like
this:

Besides a reduction key, I have set auto clean = true, so it clears all
previous events, because the event can be created many times from my trap
application (sometimes 2-3 times a minute).

When the event is raised, it uses the notification definition to send out an
E-mail and it also creates an alarm. This works perfectly the first time.

Now the problem is this: If I fix the problem that caused the event and then
go into the alarm list in OpenNMS and mark it, clean/acknowledge it, I
expect the next time the event is raised, a new mail is sent out. But that
does not happen, I get no mail despite a new alarm is created.

If I set autoclean = false, then I get the e-mail every time the event is
raised, which sometimes mean 2-3 mails a minute with the same message. This
is not what I want.

So the question: Is it possible to set it up, so I get an email the FIRST
time the event is raised and the alarm is created. And then, a new mail ONLY
after I have cleared/acknowledged the alarm for that event?? 

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Greg Chavez | 23 Aug 21:50 2014
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RRD Graphs not showing up, but NRT graphs *do*


I just upgraded from 1.12.6 to 1.12.9, with my fingers crossed, but nothing has changed. While I've confirmed my snmp and data collection config, nothing shows up in my nodes' Resource Graphs page.

But the NRT graphs work. Work really well, actually. I can ssh to a node and watch the TCP connections jump by 2. Cool, but... I need to see the trending data.

My netsnmp-graph.properties looks okay, and I don't see a relevant setting or something.

Any idea what is happening here? I'm straight stumped.

Thanks
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Frutsi | 22 Aug 18:08 2014
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Notification not being send when an interface/node is Deleted

Hello,

I'm having problems with the notificion sent by email when i Delete an
Internace or a Node. I've changed a lot on the notification setup even with
different eui.oepnnms..nodedeleted or interfacedeleted on node and capsd.
When i add an interface i receive the emails, actually 2 emails since i put
my mail on two paths. But when i Delete the interface and the interface is
no longer on the node list or I still dont get the email. 

Checked that everything is configured the same when a node is added on both
console and files. Checked the tutorial on opennms several times and redo
over and over with different parameters and still no luck. When i checked
all events the delete event is there.

Any idea or if someone had the same problem?

Thanks,

Jos

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Chip Pleasants | 21 Aug 17:10 2014
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Cisco QOS

Hi,

I search through the archives. The last message I found was from 2012, therefore I was wondering the current status for supporting Cisco CB QOS.  I also found the article on the Wiki, but it references version 1.3x. I install the latest 1.12. Any assistance is appreciated.

Thanks,
-Chip

Archive
http://sourceforge.net/p/opennms/mailman/message/30008737/

Wiki
http://www.opennms.org/wiki/Cisco_cbQoS_integration

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Patrick Tuite | 19 Aug 12:45 2014
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output.log full of INVALID: (num) after upgrading to version 12.9

The log output is not informative, rather it's quite a lot of noise as there is hundreds of thousands of
lines like this. Is it something I can stop, or even something to worry about?

Thanks
Patrick

A small sample being

INVALID: 1
INVALID: 4
INVALID: 0
INVALID: 0
INVALID: 0
INVALID: 0
INVALID: 0
INVALID: 0
INVALID: 0
INVALID: -125
INVALID: -125
INVALID: -125
INVALID: -125
INVALID: 0
INVALID: 0
INVALID: 4
INVALID: 4
INVALID: -125
INVALID: -125
INVALID: -125
INVALID: -125
INVALID: -125
INVALID: -125
INVALID: -125
INVALID: -125
INVALID: 1
INVALID: 1
INVALID: 4
INVALID: 1
INVALID: 1
INVALID: 0
INVALID: 1
INVALID: 1
INVALID: 0
INVALID: 1

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