Jeff Gehlbach | 1 Nov 02:04 2007

Re: [opennms-discuss] user and on call listings within opennms

Hi!

On 31Oct , 2007, at 11:45 AM, Patrick Ramsey wrote:

> Anyone know if it is possible to have the on call listing pull from  
> the full-name field rather than user-id?
> In our current environment, we use numbers for accounts...

I had the same problem ("Hey, who's hh9rh66 again?!") and added mouse- 
over text to the usernames in the on-call editor interface in 1.3.2.   
Hover over a username and you'll get the full name.  You could flip- 
flop the two (have the link be the full name and the hover text be  
the username) without compiled code changes.  Just edit admin/ 
userGroupView/roles/view.jsp.

-jeff

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Johan Edstrom | 1 Nov 02:08 2007

Re: [opennms-discuss] user and on call listings within opennms

Sounds like a possible support enhancement Bug issue we could raise pulling the full name?

On 10/31/07, Jeff Gehlbach < jeffg <at> opennms.org> wrote:
Hi!

On 31Oct , 2007, at 11:45 AM, Patrick Ramsey wrote:

> Anyone know if it is possible to have the on call listing pull from
> the full-name field rather than user-id?
> In our current environment, we use numbers for accounts...

I had the same problem ("Hey, who's hh9rh66 again?!") and added mouse-
over text to the usernames in the on-call editor interface in 1.3.2.
Hover over a username and you'll get the full name.  You could flip-
flop the two (have the link be the full name and the hover text be
the username) without compiled code changes.  Just edit admin/
userGroupView/roles/view.jsp.

-jeff


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Chris Hale | 1 Nov 04:50 2007
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[opennms-discuss] 95th percentile graphs?

Hi -

I know I've seen this asked before, but has anyone been able to modify
the interface graphs to include 95th percentile lines?  As an upgrade,
the TopN report would be helpful to report on the TopN 95th percentile
interfaces, and only interfaces/nodes marked as customer.

I'll just take the plain 95th % on the interface graphs for now, though.

Thanks in advance.

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Michael Smith | 1 Nov 13:41 2007

Re: [opennms-discuss] Changing Jetty's base url?

On Wed, 31 Oct 2007, Timothy Selivanow wrote:

> The browser changes the URL in the address bar and tries to contact
> localhost.  If you use mod_proxy like:

> ProxyPass / http://localhost:8980/opennms/
> ProxyPassReverse / http://localhost:8980/opennms/

> You can get to the login page, but styles are not present and you can't
> log in...tries to take the browser to
> http://127.0.0.1:8980/j_acegi_security_check , and that too won't work
> for obvious reasons.

They checked in a workaround for this in trunk a couple weeks back.

http://www.opennms.org/index.php/Apache2_configuration

Mike

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Patrick Ramsey | 1 Nov 15:26 2007

Re: [opennms-discuss] user and on call listings within opennms

Bug 2112 has been added to the database

>>> "Johan Edstrom" <joed <at> opennms.org> 10/31/2007 9:08 PM >>>
Sounds like a possible support enhancement Bug issue we could raise pulling the full name?

On 10/31/07, Jeff Gehlbach < jeffg <at> opennms.org> wrote:
Hi!

On 31Oct , 2007, at 11:45 AM, Patrick Ramsey wrote:

> Anyone know if it is possible to have the on call listing pull from
> the full-name field rather than user-id?
> In our current environment, we use numbers for accounts...

I had the same problem ("Hey, who's hh9rh66 again?!") and added mouse-
over text to the usernames in the on-call editor interface in 1.3.2.
Hover over a username and you'll get the full name.  You could flip-
flop the two (have the link be the full name and the hover text be
the username) without compiled code changes.  Just edit admin/
userGroupView/roles/view.jsp.

-jeff


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Jeff Gehlbach | 1 Nov 15:44 2007

Re: [opennms-discuss] user and on call listings within opennms

Hi!

On 01Nov , 2007, at 10:26 AM, Patrick Ramsey wrote:

> Bug 2112 has been added to the database

I added the following comment to this bug, and created a patch as a  
bug attachment:

I'm not sure that using full names throughout the webUI makes sense  
for all
environments.  It would be best, I think, if this behavior were  
configurable.

For the specific case of the on-call roles editor, you can change  
this behavior
with a simple JSP edit below the appropriate webapp root
(OPENNMS_HOME/webapps/opennms or OPENNMS_HOME/jetty-webapps/opennms), no
recompiling or restarting needed.  See attached patch.

-jeff

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Patrick Ramsey | 1 Nov 16:11 2007

Re: [opennms-discuss] user and on call listings within opennms

Hey Jeff,
 
I changed each of the three lines and still see numbers instead of names... when I am in admin, modifying the info, the mouse overs work and the full-name is displayed but when you just view the on call schedule (Home/on call) there is no link to create a mouse over, it just shows the login name (which in our case is just numbers)
 
-P

>>> Jeff Gehlbach <jeffg <at> opennms.org> 11/1/2007 10:44 AM >>>
Hi!

On 01Nov , 2007, at 10:26 AM, Patrick Ramsey wrote:

> Bug 2112 has been added to the database

I added the following comment to this bug, and created a patch as a 
bug attachment:

I'm not sure that using full names throughout the webUI makes sense 
for all
environments.  It would be best, I think, if this behavior were 
configurable.

For the specific case of the on-call roles editor, you can change 
this behavior
with a simple JSP edit below the appropriate webapp root
(OPENNMS_HOME/webapps/opennms or OPENNMS_HOME/jetty-webapps/opennms), no
recompiling or restarting needed.  See attached patch.

-jeff

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Green, Zev | 1 Nov 16:38 2007

[opennms-discuss] Adding a MIB

I am trying to add a MIB for Lexmark printers.  (Just 1)  Where are simple, step by step instructions on how to do this?  The FAQ’s haven’t seemed to go over this process.

 

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Tarus Balog | 1 Nov 16:40 2007

Re: [opennms-discuss] 95th percentile graphs?


On Oct 31, 2007, at 11:50 PM, Chris Hale wrote:

> I know I've seen this asked before, but has anyone been able to modify
> the interface graphs to include 95th percentile lines?  As an upgrade,
> the TopN report would be helpful to report on the TopN 95th percentile
> interfaces, and only interfaces/nodes marked as customer.
>
> I'll just take the plain 95th % on the interface graphs for now,  
> though.

It's pretty easy if you are using RRDtool. It's not yet in JRobin.

RRDtool 1.2 introduced the VDEF tag. JRobin, based on 1.0, has an  
SDEF class which is similar, but we have not written the proper  
translation to get this to work.

However, if you want, say, a bits in/out graph with 95th percentile  
and you are using RRDtool, try this:

report.mib2.HCbits.name=Bits In/Out
report.mib2.HCbits.columns=ifHCInOctets,ifHCOutOctets
report.mib2.HCbits.type=interfaceSnmp
report.mib2.HCbits.command=--title="Bits In/Out" \
DEF:octIn={rrd1}:ifHCInOctets:AVERAGE \
DEF:octOut={rrd2}:ifHCOutOctets:AVERAGE \
CDEF:rawbitsIn=octIn,8,* \
CDEF:rawbitsOut=octOut,8,* \
CDEF:rawtotBits=octIn,octOut,+,8,* \
CDEF:bitsIn=rawbitsIn,UN,0,rawbitsIn,IF \
CDEF:bitsOut=rawbitsOut,UN,0,rawbitsOut,IF \
CDEF:bitsOutNeg=0,bitsOut,- \
CDEF:totBits=rawtotBits,UN,0,rawtotBits,IF \
CDEF:outSum=bitsOut,{diffTime},* \
CDEF:inSum=bitsIn,{diffTime},* \
CDEF:totSum=totBits,{diffTime},* \
VDEF:outpct=bitsOut,95,PERCENT \
VDEF:inpct=bitsIn,95,PERCENT \
GPRINT:totBits:AVERAGE:" Avg  \\: %8.2lf %s\\n" \
LINE2:rawbitsIn#00ff00:"Bits In" \
GPRINT:rawbitsIn:AVERAGE:" Avg  \\: %8.2lf %s" \
GPRINT:rawbitsIn:MIN:"Min  \\: %8.2lf %s" \
GPRINT:rawbitsIn:MAX:"Max  \\: %8.2lf %s\\n" \
LINE2:rawbitsOut#0000ff:"Bits Out" \
GPRINT:rawbitsOut:AVERAGE:"Avg  \\: %8.2lf %s" \
GPRINT:rawbitsOut:MIN:"Min  \\: %8.2lf %s" \
GPRINT:rawbitsOut:MAX:"Max  \\: %8.2lf %s\\n" \
LINE2:outpct#000077:"95 pct out" \
GPRINT:outpct:" \\: %8.2lf %s\\n" \
LINE2:inpct#007700:"95 pct in" \
GPRINT:inpct:"  \\: %8.2lf %s\\n" \
GPRINT:inSum:AVERAGE:"  Tot In  \\: %8.2lf %s" \
GPRINT:outSum:AVERAGE:" Tot Out  \\: %8.2lf %s" \
GPRINT:totSum:AVERAGE:" Tot  \\: %8.2lf %s\\n"

Note that this is for HCbits (the 64 bit SNMPv2 counters). For 32 bit  
counters:

report.mib2.bits.name=Bits In/Out
report.mib2.bits.columns=ifInOctets,ifOutOctets
report.mib2.bits.type=interfaceSnmp
report.mib2.bits.command=--title="Bits In/Out" \
DEF:octIn={rrd1}:ifInOctets:AVERAGE \
DEF:octOut={rrd2}:ifOutOctets:AVERAGE \
CDEF:rawbitsIn=octIn,8,* \
CDEF:rawbitsOut=octOut,8,* \
CDEF:rawtotBits=octIn,octOut,+,8,* \
CDEF:bitsIn=rawbitsIn,UN,0,rawbitsIn,IF \
CDEF:bitsOut=rawbitsOut,UN,0,rawbitsOut,IF \
CDEF:bitsOutNeg=0,bitsOut,- \
CDEF:totBits=rawtotBits,UN,0,rawtotBits,IF \
CDEF:outSum=bitsOut,{diffTime},* \
CDEF:inSum=bitsIn,{diffTime},* \
CDEF:totSum=totBits,{diffTime},* \
VDEF:outpct=bitsOut,95,PERCENT \
VDEF:inpct=bitsIn,95,PERCENT \
GPRINT:totBits:AVERAGE:" Avg  \\: %8.2lf %s\\n" \
LINE2:rawbitsIn#00ff00:"Bits In" \
GPRINT:rawbitsIn:AVERAGE:" Avg  \\: %8.2lf %s" \
GPRINT:rawbitsIn:MIN:"Min  \\: %8.2lf %s" \
GPRINT:rawbitsIn:MAX:"Max  \\: %8.2lf %s\\n" \
LINE2:rawbitsOut#0000ff:"Bits Out" \
GPRINT:rawbitsOut:AVERAGE:"Avg  \\: %8.2lf %s" \
GPRINT:rawbitsOut:MIN:"Min  \\: %8.2lf %s" \
GPRINT:rawbitsOut:MAX:"Max  \\: %8.2lf %s\\n" \
LINE2:outpct#000077:"95 pct out" \
GPRINT:outpct:" \\: %8.2lf %s\\n" \
LINE2:inpct#007700:"95 pct in" \
GPRINT:inpct:"  \\: %8.2lf %s\\n" \
GPRINT:inSum:AVERAGE:"  Tot In  \\: %8.2lf %s" \
GPRINT:outSum:AVERAGE:" Tot Out  \\: %8.2lf %s" \
GPRINT:totSum:AVERAGE:" Tot  \\: %8.2lf %s\\n"

Final note: this is for OpenNMS 1.3.x. It is possible to do this on  
1.2.x if you have compiled it against RRDtool 1.2. Replace the  
"interface" type with "interfaceSnmp".

-T

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Patrick Ramsey | 1 Nov 16:40 2007

Re: [opennms-discuss] user and on call listings within opennms

Sorry Jeff,
 
I forgot I have both jetty and tomcat running... after patching the CORRECT view.jsp, it worked for admin views...
 
-P
>>> "Patrick Ramsey" <Patrick.Ramsey <at> wellstar.org> 11/1/2007 11:11 AM >>>
Hey Jeff,
 
I changed each of the three lines and still see numbers instead of names... when I am in admin, modifying the info, the mouse overs work and the full-name is displayed but when you just view the on call schedule (Home/on call) there is no link to create a mouse over, it just shows the login name (which in our case is just numbers)
 
-P

>>> Jeff Gehlbach <jeffg <at> opennms.org> 11/1/2007 10:44 AM >>>
Hi!

On 01Nov , 2007, at 10:26 AM, Patrick Ramsey wrote:

> Bug 2112 has been added to the database

I added the following comment to this bug, and created a patch as a 
bug attachment:

I'm not sure that using full names throughout the webUI makes sense 
for all
environments.  It would be best, I think, if this behavior were 
configurable.

For the specific case of the on-call roles editor, you can change 
this behavior
with a simple JSP edit below the appropriate webapp root
(OPENNMS_HOME/webapps/opennms or OPENNMS_HOME/jetty-webapps/opennms), no
recompiling or restarting needed.  See attached patch.

-jeff

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