Cacti spine not updating rrd

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I was looking for the perfect mix of easy SNMP administration/supportability and reliable output formatting for Splunk.Plus, I already had multiple reliable Cacti deployments with 4 years uptime, with over 50k data sources each, so if there was a way I could retrofit something to use that existing infrastructure it would be a big win.All the customization I wanted was already done for me in Splunk. In that time I spoke to many a Splunk enthusiast and one thing was abundantly clear. It was that one thing that everyone did differently. This year, my new year’s resolution was to finally build THE way for me to reliably and efficiently collect SNMP data en mass (100K sources ) and ingest into Splunk.Finally, I could just focus on working with the data. Different pollers, different environments and custom solutions. The one thing I, and all the Splunkers I spoke with agreed on was, the polling of SNMP data was best left to a downstream agent. Hint, you will need php5.6, not php7.0, as it seems Cacti is broken on php7.0 How to install Cacti on Raspberry Pi running Raspbian Wheezy if you are unsure of your Raspberry Pi’s IP address Log in the with a username/password of admin.You will be required to change this password immediately.There is also SNMP support for those used to creating traffic graphs with MRTG.com2sec local localhost public group My RWGroup v1 local group My RWGroup v2c local group My RWGroup usm local view all included .1 80 access My RWGroup "" any noauth exact all all none syslocation Unknown (edit /etc/snmp/snmpd.conf) syscontact Root /* make sure these values refect your actual database/host/user/password */ $database_type = "mysql"; $database_default = "cacti"; $database_hostname = "localhost"; $database_username = "cacti"; $database_password = "z Yn95ph43z Ytq"; $database_port = "3306"; Just follow on screen instructions. Click on "Create Graphs for this Host" link on top right side.The default username and password for cacti is admin / admin. Select SNMP - Interface Statistics Select a graph type (such as In/Out bytes with total bandwidth)Finally, click on Create button. Here is sample graph from one my own box: The author is the creator of nix Craft and a seasoned sysadmin and a trainer for the Linux operating system/Unix shell scripting.

の後は引数2つなんです。 rrdtoolのsyntax errorの結果、後者が出力されてました。 このせいでrrdファイルが更新されません。 とりあえずエラーメッセージでググる。 Poller is missing template parameter according to すると、データ取得スクリプトの余計な空行を削除せよ、とのこと。 さっそくやってみると...効果なし。色々試しても効果なし。効果なし。なし。。 公式のデバッグマニュアルを見ながらデバッグ manual:087:4 # find /var/www/cacti/ -type f -name "*.php"|xargs grep -n Hi "CACTI2RRD" /var/www/cacti/lib/rrd.php:80: cacti_log("CACTI2RRD: " . " $command_line", $log_to_stdout, $logopt); /var/www/cacti/lib/rrd.php:399: cacti_log("CACTI2RRD: " .

In my opinion and to my surprise, old faithful Cacti, who I had set out to destroy, still reigned supreme when it came to easy, reliable, management of massive amounts of SNMP, but for one major flaw…. How would we get the data out of Cacti and into Splunk??

I enlisted the help of my some amazing friends and colleagues and after a failed attempt at ingesting rrd files, soon it had dawned on us: A CACTI PLUGIN!!

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