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    Hello,

    I need the orginal and working check_command syntax for the check_graph_ping plugin
    And, if you are able to maybe give me a short description, how I can create the correct .rrd File in the rrd directory

    Thank you
    dobebo
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  • #2
    We had done a shot howto for creating graphical plugins. I hop it help you.

    http://www.oreon.org/documents/HOWTO...graph_v0.1.txt

    good luck
    Julien Mathis
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    • #3
      That did you means by 'original and working' ?

      for 'HOWTO_check_graph_v0.1.txt', it's obsolete if you use RC3, we must upgrade it. You can get inspiration from other check_graph plugins
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      • #4
        Thanks, but that is not what I ment.
        First of all I need the original syntax of the command_line in checkcommands.cfg for check_graph_ping.pl
        like
        $USER1$/check_graph_traffic.pl -H $HOSTADDRESS$ (...)
        etc.
        And a little instructions how I can get it work correctly. In my case there was a .rrd File created (like 10.rrd) but it was not fitting to the path in the properties of the graph
        Path of the RRDtool data-base /usr/local/oreon/rrd/3.rrd
        Can anybody help ?

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        • #5
          "check_graph_ping.pl --help" could help you ?
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          • #6
            $USER1$/check_graph_ping.pl $HOSTADDRESS$ -g -S $ARG1$
            is the minimun...
            and for argument, nothing...

            that version of Oreon do you use ?

            that is your check_command syntax and arguments ?
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            • #7
              I am using Oreon-1.2.2-RC2

              The syntax I've shown you was not mine I changed mine like this
              $HOSTADDRESS$ -w $ARG1$ -c $ARG2$ -D $ARG3$ -g $ARG4$ -S $ARG5$
              but I think that is bullshit, cause it won't generate me any rrd file.

              My problem (like I told) is that I wont get the rrd file that is given in the rrd path
              Path of the RRDtool data-base /usr/local/oreon/rrd/3.rrd
              and the rrd that was generated was like 10.rrd or something.

              Thats why I request your help

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              • #8
                in 'Options General', you only need to specify '/usr/local/oreon/rrd/' for 'Path of the RRDtool'.

                update to RC3, there is more debug information for rrdtool plugins
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                • #9
                  new check_graph_ping.pl use warning and critical level who are necessary
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                  • #10
                    yes, in RC3. Thanks Donki for this great plugin
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                    • #11
                      I think i have the same bug for the can't locate database.

                      Code:
                      Le fichier /72.rrd n'est pas accessible
                      it is all the same for all my graph_ping

                      i think there is a relative path bug
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                      • #12
                        in RC3 ??

                        go to 'Plugins' and generate 'Oreon.conf'.

                        Do you have install oreon.pm ?
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                        • #13
                          I think there is a bug in graph.php, i'm searching
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                          • #14
                            How do I update to RC3 without loosing the information from my Database ?

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                            • #15
                              there is a INSTALL file in tar.gz
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