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  1. #1
    mayank Guest

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    hello
    when i login into OX Admin Interface im not able to access "Monitoring" options ..
    It doesn;t display anything

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    Quote Originally Posted by mayank View Post
    hello
    when i login into OX Admin Interface im not able to access "Monitoring" options ..
    It doesn;t display anything
    hi
    change /opt/open-xchange/etc/groupware/servletConfig/global.properties
    "munin_data_dir=/var/www/munin/localdomain"

  3. #3
    mayank Guest

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    hi thanx
    but its not working , its same as earlier !!
    which OS ru working on ?

    Quote Originally Posted by liuxulin View Post
    hi
    change /opt/open-xchange/etc/groupware/servletConfig/global.properties
    "munin_data_dir=/var/www/munin/localdomain"

  4. #4
    gbunter Guest

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    Hi,
    If you are talking about the "statistics" tab then make sure you have rrdtool installed.

    command # Yum list *rrd*
    # Yum install rrdtool.i386 (or the appropriate version)


    Cheers!


    Glenn

  5. #5
    mayank Guest

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    yes
    i've already installed rrdtool



    Quote Originally Posted by gbunter View Post
    Hi,
    If you are talking about the "statistics" tab then make sure you have rrdtool installed.

    command # Yum list *rrd*
    # Yum install rrdtool.i386 (or the appropriate version)


    Cheers!


    Glenn

  6. #6
    gbunter Guest

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    reboot the server and wait for about 20 mins and refresh the screen, it takes a while to load up the first time.


    Cheers!

    Glenn

    Open Source Solutions Australia
    http://www.ossa.net.au

  7. #7
    mayank Guest

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    Did u mean to reboot server(machine) or to restart OX services ??

    Quote Originally Posted by gbunter View Post
    reboot the server and wait for about 20 mins and refresh the screen, it takes a while to load up the first time.


    Cheers!

    Glenn

    Open Source Solutions Australia
    http://www.ossa.net.au

  8. #8
    gbunter Guest

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    The first time this happened I had tried just doing

    command # /etc/init.d/openexchange restart

    Didn't load it

    So i rebooted server and about 20 mins later it was there.


    Cheers!

    Glenn

    Open Source Solutions Australia
    http://www.ossa.net.au

  9. #9
    mayank Guest

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    nothing happening ...



    Quote Originally Posted by gbunter View Post
    The first time this happened I had tried just doing

    command # /etc/init.d/openexchange restart

    Didn't load it

    So i rebooted server and about 20 mins later it was there.


    Cheers!

    Glenn

    Open Source Solutions Australia
    http://www.ossa.net.au

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