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Old 07-02-2014, 11:22 AM   #1
zayed162
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Unable to view graphs with dnsgraph for Bind9 Statistics on Debian


Hi...I need some help on the following issue:
I would like to parse my DNS logs and get a graphical view about it. I was able to deploy bindgraph..but it graphs only the "type of query" from the logs. I'd like to view the success/failure stats from the logs in a graphical form like dnsgraph does (http://dnsgraph.sourceforge.net/example/).

I am trying to implement dnsgraph on my debian 7 system, but the graphs aren't showing. Can you please help me to resolve the problem?

I get the following error when i try to view the graphs:

Day Stats
I don't understand ':39:22 2014\r' in command: 'COMMENT:Graph Created on Wed Jul 2 00:39:22 2014\r'.

I don't understand ':39:22 2014\r' in command: 'COMMENT:Graph Created on Wed Jul 2 00:39:22 2014\r'.

I don't understand ':39:22 2014\r' in command: 'COMMENT:Graph Created on Wed Jul 2 00:39:22 2014\r'.


Week Stats
I don't understand ':39:22 2014\r' in command: 'COMMENT:Graph Created on Wed Jul 2 00:39:22 2014\r'.

I don't understand ':39:22 2014\r' in command: 'COMMENT:Graph Created on Wed Jul 2 00:39:22 2014\r'.

I don't understand ':39:22 2014\r' in command: 'COMMENT:Graph Created on Wed Jul 2 00:39:22 2014\r'.


Month Stats
I don't understand ':39:22 2014\r' in command: 'COMMENT:Graph Created on Wed Jul 2 00:39:22 2014\r'.

I don't understand ':39:22 2014\r' in command: 'COMMENT:Graph Created on Wed Jul 2 00:39:22 2014\r'.

I don't understand ':39:22 2014\r' in command: 'COMMENT:Graph Created on Wed Jul 2 00:39:22 2014\r'.


Year Stats
I don't understand ':39:22 2014\r' in command: 'COMMENT:Graph Created on Wed Jul 2 00:39:22 2014\r'.

I don't understand ':39:22 2014\r' in command: 'COMMENT:Graph Created on Wed Jul 2 00:39:22 2014\r'.

I don't understand ':39:22 2014\r' in command: 'COMMENT:Graph Created on Wed Jul 2 00:39:22 2014\r'.


Please help me!

Thanks in advance.
 
Old 07-02-2014, 11:28 AM   #2
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If anyone can suggest me any other tool, I'd be delighted. Cause dnsgraph appears outdated and there's little help out there. :-(
 
Old 11-04-2014, 05:37 PM   #3
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have you found a solution? i've the same problem.
 
Old 11-05-2014, 07:50 AM   #4
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I am writing this with no understanding of DNS Graph; having said this, the error message seems to suggest that a malformed time-stamp is being fed into a 'COMMENT:Graph'command and the command is rejecting it.

perhaps try and find where in the software this command is being invoked and perhaps with an understanding of this you might be able to find where it is obtaining its input.

This is just a shot in the dark so to speak.
 
Old 02-08-2016, 10:47 PM   #5
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Thumbs up Fixed

The problem is that the perl is trying to parse the colons in the timestamp.

Last edited by n1uro; 02-08-2016 at 11:44 PM.
 
  


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