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Old 07-03-2014, 02:32 PM   #16
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RRD empty

Originally Posted by vms View Post

I am having some problems to generate rrd files automatically.
I've installed nagios 3.2.1 together with nagiosgraph 1.4.2. When i try to generate graph from the webinterface, the rrd directory doesn't get populated. However, when i run the perf script '' from the linux console as follows ( perl /usr/local/lib/ the rrd directory is populated and i can view the graphs.

Anyone could please help?
I want to generate rrd files automatically.

Just check the nagiosgraph.cfg file for all the paths. I had the same problem, and I found there some paths wrong, then all worked. Check also for the file if has the correct path in nagiosgraph.cfg. My was in nagiosgraph/bin directory.


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