Werk, Hans-Joachim | 5 Jan 07:23 2006

Problems with install -disU (opennmc 1.2.5 on Redhat8.0)

Hi all,

I try to install openNMS 1.2.5 on RedHat 8.0 (kernel 2.4.18-14). 
If I try to configure the database with the command "install -disU" 
the following error message occurs:

[root <at> vm1 bin]# ./install -disU

========================================================================
======
OpenNMS Installer Version $Id: Installer.java,v 1.35.2.1 2005/03/13
03:57:20 djgregor Exp $
========================================================================
======

Configures PostgreSQL tables, users, and other miscellaneous settings.
- checking database version... 7.2
- Full version string: PostgreSQL 7.2.2 on i686-pc-linux-gnu, compiled
by GCC gcc (GCC) 3.2 20020903 (Red Hat Linux 8.0 3.2-7)
* using 'opennms' as the PostgreSQL user for OpenNMS
* using 'opennms' as the PostgreSQL password for OpenNMS
* using 'opennms' as the PostgreSQL database name for OpenNMS
- using SQL directory... /opt/OpenNMS/etc
- using create.sql... /opt/OpenNMS/etc/create.sql
- using iplike module... /opt/OpenNMS/lib/iplike.so
- checking database for old backup tables... NONE
- checking for rows that violate constraints... NONE
- creating tables...

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DJ Gregor | 5 Jan 10:46 2006

Re: Problems with install -disU (opennmc 1.2.5 on Redhat8.0)

On Jan 5, 2006, at 1:23 AM, Werk, Hans-Joachim wrote:
> I try to install openNMS 1.2.5 on RedHat 8.0 (kernel 2.4.18-14).
> If I try to configure the database with the command "install -disU"
> the following error message occurs:
> [ ... snip ... ]
> - checking for stale eventtime.so references... Exception in thread
> "main" java.sql.SQLException: ERROR: RemoveFunction: Funktion
> eventtime(text) existiert nicht at
> org.postgresql.core.QueryExecutor.executeV2(QueryExecutor.java:288)

Hi Achim,

What you need to do is one of two things:
1) Upgrade to PostgreSQL 7.4 or later; or
2) See section 6.1.6 in the install guide to set your database  
server's error messages to be in English, at least for a period of  
time while you run the installer.

http://sourceforge.net/docman/display_doc.php? 
docid=23937&group_id=4141#N10731

The problem is three-fold (but easy to fix with the above options):

1) You are running PostgreSQL 7.2, which does not provide JDBC error  
codes (e.g.: 42P01 is 'ERROR: relation "%s" does not exist), so the  
installer has to parse the error strings that are intended for humans.
2) Your PostgreSQL server is set to use German localization, so the  
server returns error strings in German for errors that have been  
translated.
3) The installer does have a test for a version of PostgreSQL that  
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Darrell Hyde | 5 Jan 17:03 2006

RRD miscalculating...

I'm having a problem with RRD showing incorrect usage for interfaces
when their throughput becomes greater than 100Mb/s. The attached graph
shows a POS OC3 interface. The usage in the graph for 1100 to 1800 shows
a total usage of about 60Mb/s, when in fact during that period of time
the interface in question was nearly maxed. I'm tracking the same
inteface in MRTG, and it correctly displays the usage.

I'm running RHEL4 w/ tomcat4-4.1.18, opennms-1.2.5, j2sdk-1.4.2,
postgresql-7.4.8-1, and rrd-1.2.12. Any assistance would be greatly
appreciated. Thanks!

- Darrell
Matt Brozowski | 5 Jan 18:36 2006

Re: RRD miscalculating...


On Jan 5, 2006, at 11:03 AM, Darrell Hyde wrote:

> I'm having a problem with RRD showing incorrect usage for interfaces
> when their throughput becomes greater than 100Mb/s. The attached graph
> shows a POS OC3 interface. The usage in the graph for 1100 to 1800  
> shows
> a total usage of about 60Mb/s, when in fact during that period of time
> the interface in question was nearly maxed. I'm tracking the same
> inteface in MRTG, and it correctly displays the usage.
>
> I'm running RHEL4 w/ tomcat4-4.1.18, opennms-1.2.5, j2sdk-1.4.2,
> postgresql-7.4.8-1, and rrd-1.2.12. Any assistance would be greatly
> appreciated. Thanks!
>
> - Darrell
> <graph.png>

Darrell,
	Can you open a bug in this at bugs.opennms.org.  And post the graph  
you attached to the mail as well as the MRTG graph you have.

Thanks!
Matt
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Matt Brozowski | 5 Jan 18:40 2006

Re: RRD miscalculating...


On Jan 5, 2006, at 11:03 AM, Darrell Hyde wrote:

> I'm having a problem with RRD showing incorrect usage for interfaces
> when their throughput becomes greater than 100Mb/s. The attached graph
> shows a POS OC3 interface. The usage in the graph for 1100 to 1800  
> shows
> a total usage of about 60Mb/s, when in fact during that period of time
> the interface in question was nearly maxed. I'm tracking the same
> inteface in MRTG, and it correctly displays the usage.
>
> I'm running RHEL4 w/ tomcat4-4.1.18, opennms-1.2.5, j2sdk-1.4.2,
> postgresql-7.4.8-1, and rrd-1.2.12. Any assistance would be greatly
> appreciated. Thanks!
>
> - Darrell
> <graph.png>

Darrell,
	If you have logs for that  period.  You should be able to find the  
values that the getting written to the RRD file.  It would be good to  
have the data.  Another is to ensure that you are collecting the HC  
counters for this interface.  The standard counters cannot handle the  
capacity of an OC3 connection.

Matt
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Darrell Hyde | 5 Jan 18:55 2006

RE: RRD miscalculating...

> Another is to ensure that you are collecting the HC  
> counters for this interface.  The standard counters cannot 
> handle the capacity of an OC3 connection.

Hmmm that I'm not 100% sure about. How would I verify which counter I'm
using?

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Nicolas Viers - SCI | 6 Jan 11:23 2006
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Pg with rrdtool graphs reports

Hello,
i am newbie with Opennms.
I install it to test with mandriva 2006 . The install is ok, and i can 
connect to the html page on port 8080.
The snmp request are ok and i have statitstics.
But i don't have reports, and no node on the page are available in the 
"choose a node to ..."
The availability are ok, but no rrdtool graphs.

I would apreciate help .
Thanks a lot

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Ted Kaczmarek | 6 Jan 17:21 2006
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Re: Pg with rrdtool graphs reports

On Fri, 2006-01-06 at 11:23 +0100, Nicolas Viers - SCI wrote:
> Hello,
> i am newbie with Opennms.
> I install it to test with mandriva 2006 . The install is ok, and i can 
> connect to the html page on port 8080.
> The snmp request are ok and i have statitstics.
> But i don't have reports, and no node on the page are available in the 
> "choose a node to ..."
> The availability are ok, but no rrdtool graphs.
> 
> I would apreciate help .
> Thanks a lot
> 
Any errors in the web.log or output.log?

Is rrdtool installed in a location opennms knows about?

Regards,
Ted

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Eric Evans | 6 Jan 17:44 2006

Re: RRD miscalculating...


On Jan 5, 2006, at 10:03 AM, Darrell Hyde wrote:

> I'm having a problem with RRD showing incorrect usage for interfaces
> when their throughput becomes greater than 100Mb/s. The attached graph
> shows a POS OC3 interface. The usage in the graph for 1100 to 1800  
> shows
> a total usage of about 60Mb/s, when in fact during that period of time
> the interface in question was nearly maxed. I'm tracking the same
> inteface in MRTG, and it correctly displays the usage.
>
> I'm running RHEL4 w/ tomcat4-4.1.18, opennms-1.2.5, j2sdk-1.4.2,
> postgresql-7.4.8-1, and rrd-1.2.12. Any assistance would be greatly
> appreciated. Thanks!

It looks like you are collecting on the 32 bit counters which *will*  
roll-over during a 5 minute collection cycle on an interface seeing  
that much traffic. You'll need to collect in/out octets on the 64 bit  
counters for that interface.

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Darrell Hyde | 6 Jan 23:50 2006

RE: RRD miscalculating...

> It looks like you are collecting on the 32 bit counters which *will*  
> roll-over during a 5 minute collection cycle on an interface seeing  
> that much traffic. You'll need to collect in/out octets on 
> the 64 bit  
> counters for that interface.

You're definitely right there. I can't seem to figure out how to start
using the HC couters though. Can anyone point me in the right direction
on this?

- Darrell

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