--Update I ran munin-cron as the munin user and found that munin-html is outputting an error, this is stopping munin-graph.
so my question is no why is munin-html generating an issue HTML:: Template- I managed to fix this by extracting the file manually and copying the template and static directories over the ones in /etc/munin/ for some reasons a aptitude reinstall was not copying these files?
(Cant remember if a reboot is required or not.) ln -s /usr/share/munin/plugins/sensors_ /etc/munin/plugins/sensors_fan ln -s /usr/share/munin/plugins/sensors_ /etc/munin/plugins/sensors_temp ln -s /usr/share/munin/plugins/sensors_ /etc/munin/plugins/sensors_volt Cat Note that smartmontools must be installed and smartd running before munin will pick up and use smart.
Configure smart using the way mentioned on this wiki here: SMART After SMART is running: //edit the following only for Debian Etch or older vi /etc/munin/plugin-conf.d/munin-node #uncomment #[smart_*] #user root #include [smart_sda] user root env.smartargs -d ata -a [smart_sdb] user root env.smartargs -d ata -a That should do it. On Ubuntu edgy, I apt-get install munin munin-node.
For example, if you're looking at the maps then the mapnik tile server might be the most important.
If you're editing, then the rails front-end, back-end and database servers are all important.
unin is a monitoring tool used to survey and monitor the performance of computers, networks, SANs, applications, databases, weather measurements and other parameters.
In the old version no problem and now after a full update problem. We also get errors like this: 2015/09/06 [ERROR] In RRD: Error updating /var/lib/munin/Dev/Dev-http_loadtime-loadtime-g.rrd: / var / lib / munin / Dev / Dev-http_loadtime- loadtime-g.rrd: we found extra data update argument: I reinstalled Munin almost 20 times but still the problem.You can go: ln -s /var/cache/munin/www /var/www/munin and then visit to look at the graphs or look at /etc/munin/apache2Remember to open firewall to allow munin-node to connect to the graphing server! The next line adds the sensors in manually (not to the file tho!) modprobe -a i2c-viapro i2c-isa eeprom w83627hf //A reboot should sort everything.Version: 2.0.6-4 deb7u2 One day I upgraded munin and the default's were to generate graphs on CGI.With such little resources available I don't really want them generated on the fly but via the old cron method, as was configured before. restarted all the services etc and waited for graphs. Looking in the log directory the only files updated were What can I, as a non-sysadmin, learn from these graphs? (relayed from talk-de) it might be happening from the graphs alone.