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  1. #1
    modtheimpossible Guest

    Default Monitoring

    If I go into the webadmin interface, some of the monitoring graphs are not showing correctly. I get red x's instead. Specifically, web server/access, web server/volume, file system/usage (in bytes), and mail server/message throughput. All other graphs work. Does anyone have any idea? Thanks.

  2. #2
    Gertjan Guest


    Can you see the graphs directly via the munin/apache interface?

  3. #3
    ghosttalker Guest

    Default same problem


    I habe the same problems with munin graphics and opensuse 10.3.

    Munin is definitly wrong configurated for open-xchange. But after manual configurating munin to dir /var/cache/munin, where the grafics shoud be, the problem is not fixed. There are no grahics in ox admin interface. The grafics are corectly at the configuration dir.

    Any ideas?

    Greez GhostTalker

  4. #4
    Gertjan Guest


    Nope, your problem is exactly the problem I tried te describe. I thought it had something to do with the names of the images, but I tried many combinations and nothing worked. Therefore I gave up. As far as I know, it does work in Debian/Ubuntu. If somebody running Debian or Ubuntu can give me a detailed description of the names and locations of the images, the FQDN used for his/her server and the munin config, maybe I can create a workaround in the OpenSUSE installer.


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