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    Originally posted by ghosttalker View Post
    i donīt changed the munin config. i only copy the munin-files from /srv/www/htdocs/munin to /var/cache/munin.

    maybe the filename is wrong or the permissions...

    Greez Pit

    P.S. Can i get one of the filenames that are expected of open-xchange? Witch owner should the file have? (my files have the owner munin)
    I use CentOS52, and the munin didnt show me any graphs, take a look in your log file of your apache server, then you should see what it can't find. And change your config to that, or just make some symbolic links

    Tronn

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    I (still) have the same problem, on all OpenSUSE 10.3 boxes I have tried. It doensn't matter which location I use.
    Martin, can you tell me the exact directory OX expects? I mean, the first part is clear: /var/cache/munin. But after that, for every host defined in the munin config, a new directory is created. Is this the FQDN? Is this the hostname? Only the domain name? Nothing seems to work here.

    Edit:
    As an example, this is the way I set it up now, but this doens't work:
    /var/cache/munin/<domainname>/<hostname>.<domainname>-postfix_mailqueue-day.png
    Last edited by Gertjan; 03-10-2008, 08:02 PM.

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    i donīt changed the munin config. i only copy the munin-files from /srv/www/htdocs/munin to /var/cache/munin.

    maybe the filename is wrong or the permissions...

    Greez Pit

    P.S. Can i get one of the filenames that are expected of open-xchange? Witch owner should the file have? (my files have the owner munin)
    Last edited by ghosttalker; 03-10-2008, 05:00 PM. Reason: additional information

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  • Martin Heiland
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    Hi Pit,

    well, /var/cache/munin is the path i use for those pictures ... did you restart munin after changing the path at /etc/munin/munin.conf?

    Greetings

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    no pictures of munin in admin-gui

    Hello,

    what is the filepath to the pictures of munin that open-xchange expect??

    i tried to copy them to /var/cache/munin but i donīt see any pictures from munin in admin-gui.

    I am using an openSuSE 10.3 32bit System. The original Path of munin was /srv/www/htdocs/munin/.

    Greez Pit
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