ajh4711 | 17 Apr 15:27 2014
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Zabbix database schema

Hi,

is there any way to get a documentation of the zabbix datbase schema?

What I like to do:
I like to select from a perl script the traffic on a network interface.

Thanks a lot!

cheers ajh

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ajh4711 | 14 Apr 15:38 2014
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Change "Average" to other word

Hi list,

there is a category called „Average“.
I like to change the name (in the german version).

How could I do this in an effective way?

thanks a lot

cheers ajh

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Javi Legido | 10 Apr 11:46 2014

How to shrink history tables

Hi there.

I have huge history tables, and apparently housekeeper should be able
to delete old values. I think is not hitting 'MaxHousekeeperDelete'
limit, but maybe there's something else that I missing.

Details below. Any help will be appreciated.

Thanks.

Zabbix version: 2.2.3
Database: MySQL (mysql-server 5.5.29-0ubuntu0.12.10.1)

a) Big history tables

+-----------------------+------------+
| Tables                | Size in MB |
+-----------------------+------------+
| history_uint          |   26414.03 |
| history_text          |    8242.33 |
| history_str           |    7800.95 |
| history               |     943.95 |
| trends_uint           |     741.89 |
| trends                |      96.69 |
| events                |      36.61 |
| alerts                |       6.52 |
| items                 |       5.41 |
| housekeeper           |       2.02 |
| images                |       1.53 |

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Dilson Tomé | 7 Apr 18:57 2014
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Items Values

Hi all.

Is there a way to show in the frontend history of the item a HTML table as result of an external check?

Like this:


COL 1 COL 2 COL 3 COL 4 COL 5
LINE 1 Value 1,1 Value 2,1 Value 3,1 Value 4,1 Value 5,1
LINE 2 Value 1,2 Value 2,2 Value 3,2 Value 4,2 Value 5,2
LINE 3 Value 1,3 Value 2,3 Value 3,3 Value 4,3 Value 5,3
LINE 4 Value 1,4 Value 2,4 Value 3,4 Value 4,4 Value 5,4





I tried to do that, but it bring only the code... like "<table ... >..."


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Ruud Baart | 6 Apr 23:08 2014
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Problem with proxy after upgrade from 2.0.8 to 2.2.2

I upgraded without any problems Zabbix server, frontend and agents. Really simple, thanks. Only after the upgrade of a proxy I have a problem. The proxy logfile: 
The proxy does not match Zabbix database. Current database version (mandatory/optional): UNKNOWN. Required mandatory version: 02020000.
The Zabbix server completed the database upgrade without any actions:
 ...
12635:20140406:172927.418 completed 97% of database upgrade
 ...
 12635:20140406:172927.422 completed 100% of database upgrade
 12635:20140406:172927.422 database upgrade fully completed
As far as I can see in the documentation the proxy database -- in my case sqlite3 -- should be upgraded automatically. But this does not happen. Do I miss something? And if it is not done automatically what is the best way to upgrade the database?
-- Regards, Ruud Baart
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Michael Peters | 26 Mar 14:26 2014

Re: PHP databases support on Centos

Is there a way to get other error messages aside from the installation
screen prerequisite checks? What I get is just this:

PHP databases support		off	 	Fail

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From: javilegido <at> gmail.com [mailto:javilegido <at> gmail.com] On Behalf Of Javi
Legido
Sent: Tuesday, March 25, 2014 11:56 PM
To: Michael Peters
Subject: Re: [Zabbix-users] PHP databases support on Centos

Hi Michael.

The installation process is pretty straightforward. Can you please give
some error message that prevents the installation to complete?

Cheers.

Javier

On 25 March 2014 23:11, Michael Peters
<michael.peters <at> lazarusalliance.com> wrote:
> I'm attempting to install for the first time Zabbix and I've gotten as
> far as the installation login and have eliminated all failed
> prerequisites except PHP databases support.
>
> This is Centos 6 Linux 2.6.32-358.18.1.el6.x86_64 #1 SMP Wed Aug 28
> 17:19:38 UTC 2013 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux
>
> With:
>
> Server version: Apache/2.4.7 (Unix)
> Package php-5.3.3-23.el6_4.x86_64 already installed and latest version
> Package php-mysql-5.3.3-23.el6_4.x86_64 already installed and latest
> version
>
> php.ini with:
>
> extension = mysqli.so which is located here:
> /usr/lib64/php/modules/mysqli.so
>
> I've been searching for a solution for a few hours and now it's time
> to ask the big guns for a suggestion.
>
> Ideas anyone?
>
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Michael Peters | 25 Mar 23:11 2014

PHP databases support on Centos

I'm attempting to install for the first time Zabbix and I've gotten as far as the installation login and have eliminated all failed prerequisites except PHP databases support.

This is Centos 6 Linux 2.6.32-358.18.1.el6.x86_64 #1 SMP Wed Aug 28 17:19:38 UTC 2013 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux

With:

Server version: Apache/2.4.7 (Unix)
Package php-5.3.3-23.el6_4.x86_64 already installed and latest version
Package php-mysql-5.3.3-23.el6_4.x86_64 already installed and latest version

php.ini with:

extension = mysqli.so which is located here: /usr/lib64/php/modules/mysqli.so

I've been searching for a solution for a few hours and now it's time to ask the big guns for a suggestion.

Ideas anyone?
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Rodrigo Ferreira | 18 Mar 14:35 2014
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Zabbix ICMP

Hi guys,

anyone know why some of my graphs look like this?




Atenciosamente.
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Leonardo Arena | 13 Mar 11:45 2014
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Web Monitoring a reverse proxy farm with Zabbix 2.2.2

Hi,

I need to web monitor a number of reverse proxies located in different
continents for a given site. So the URL to check
(http://www.mysite.com/myurl) it's the same across all reverse proxies,
and I'd like to know the performance of each proxy.

With curl I would do:

curl -v -H "Host: www.mysite.com" http://myproxy-ipaddress/myurl

I've created a template with the following settings:

URL: http://www.mysite.com/myurl
Required Status Codes: 200

As far I can see Zabbix resolves www.mysite.com to the same proxy IP
address, regardless the {HOST.IP1} it is checking on.

"HTTP proxy" field does not support macros (tested and confirmed that
does not work).

Is there any way to achieve web monitoring on a per proxy-base in such
scenario?

Thanks!

- leonardo
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Erik Forsberg | 10 Mar 16:17 2014
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Counting number of items in a json exposed via JMX?

Hi!

I have a hadoop cluster, and I'm looking into options for monitoring it 
via Zabbix.

The hadoop jobtracker exposes a bunch of JMX attributes, one of them 
being a json list with the blacklisted nodes. Is there a way to make 
zabbix count the number of items in this list and att it as an item with 
the number of blacklisted nodes? I.e. if the list is empty, the item 
should have the value 0, but if it contains 2 nodes, the item should 
have the value 2.

Or would I have to write a plugin to the agent that would do this for me?

Thanks,
\EF

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Erik Forsberg | 10 Mar 12:22 2014
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PDF version of the Zabbix 2.2 manual?

Hi

My google hits tells me that there doesn't seem to be any downloadable 
version of the Zabbix 2.2 manual, i.e. a PDF version. Is this true?

I would much prefer being able to load a PDF version onto my Kindle for 
a 10h flight I have end of this week, so I can step off that plane as a 
Zabbix guru (ehm.. or at least a bit more up to date). But it seems 
there's no way for that to happen as it is now?

Regards,
\EF

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