SunSolaris 8 Server network interface not graph

isist18

12-05-2006 07:28:18

We've a Sun Solaris 8 server with the interface card beeing monitored.

The problem is the graph is discontinued and it's not real...

We're looking for a solution in the forums but we don't have luck.

Netmrg version netmrg-0.18.2
OS NetmrgServer Solaris 8

Regards,
Toni.

silfreed

22-05-2006 13:08:48

Is it possible for you to take a screenshot or save the graph output somewhere and link to it from the forums so we can see what you're describing?

-Doug

isist18

25-05-2006 13:03:12

Hello, to see the graph visit this URL

http//80.34.165.248/index.html

Until now, we are using the Sun Solaris snmp daemon
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root@ESS025CRM14 (/)> ps -ef | grep snmpd
root 404 1 0 Jan 25 ? 027 /usr/lib/snmp/snmpdx -y -c /etc/snmp/conf
root 14535 14516 0 153533 pts/11 000 grep snmpd
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Regards,
Toni.

silfreed

25-05-2006 13:38:24

What happens if you let the graph auto-scale (remove the max height)? Is the data shown then?

I'm wondering if the traffic just isn't high enough to make it over the 'zero bar' on a graph with that scale. You're only doing ~0.4Mbps on a 100Mbps graph.

-Doug

isist18

26-05-2006 10:10:26

Hello,

the problem is the same... You could visit the same website

http//80.34.165.248/index.html

and take a look.



Thanks,
Toni.

silfreed

26-05-2006 11:07:14

There's a couple possibilities here
1) You're exceeding the min/max on the monitors. Go to Admin -> (find your device) -> (choose your network subdevice) -> edit the bytes in monitor. Make sure the min/max is correct for your expected throughput.
2) There's a network connectivity problem.
3) The gatherers are stepping on each other. You can do a 'ps ax' and make sure there aren't multiple netmrg-gatherer's running at the same time.

See if any of these pan out for you.

-Doug