cacti and snmpdx  question

Posted on 2007-10-16
Last Modified: 2013-12-27
i have install cacti and snmp-net in the solaris 9
I can't get the graphic , so i install net-snmp 5.1.1 and config some file , but some thing happy
# ./S76snmpdx start
# ps -ef|grep snmp
ps : not find any demand
how can i do the next?
Question by:sunrise9s
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    Can explain more what you did exactly for the installation?

    What do you mean by "I can't get the graphic , so i install net-snmp 5.1.1 and config some file , but some thing happy" ?

    Have downgraded the S/W version because GUI did not work?

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    CACTI  :  Turn Off Graph Debug Mode.

    RRDTool Command:

    /usr/local/rrdtool-1.2.19/bin/rrdtool graph - \
    --imgformat=PNG \
    --start=-86400 \
    --end=-300 \
    --title="myserver01 - Processes" \
    --base=1000 \
    --height=120 \
    --width=500 \
    --alt-autoscale-max \
    --lower-limit=0 \
    --vertical-label="processes" \
    --slope-mode \
    DEF:a="/usr/local/apache2/htdocs/cacti/rra/localhost_proc_7.rrd":proc:AVERAGE \
    AREA:a#F51D30:"Running Processes"  \
    GPRINT:a:LAST:"Current\:%8.0lf"  \
    GPRINT:a:AVERAGE:"Average\:%8.0lf"  \
    RRDTool Says:

    ERROR: opening '/usr/local/apache2/htdocs/cacti/rra/localhost_proc_7.rrd': No such file or directory

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    For some reason it is not able to find the file /usr/local/apache2/htdocs/cacti/rra/localhost_proc_7.rrd

    Check and see if the file is missing or is in some  other dir

    Author Comment


    netsnmp-5.1.1-sol9-sparc-local.gz The NET-SNMP (formerly UCD-SNMP) package contains various tools relating to the Simple Network Management Protocol - installs in /usr/local. The openssl-0.9.7g and either the libgcc or the gcc packages need to be installed also. The configure options used in this package were ./configure --with-mib-modules=host disman/event-mib ucd-snmp/diskio smux agentx mibII/mta_sendmail --with-cc=gcc.
    It is important to read the README.solaris file in /usr/local/doc/net-snmp for some details on installation and potential problems with net-snmp and Solaris.

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    [myserver01:]# snmpget -v 1 -c whatever localhost sysUpTime.0
    Timeout: No Response from localhost.

    [myserver01:]# ps -ef|grep snmp
        root 16357     1  0 11:24:11 ?        0:00 /usr/local/sbin/snmpd

    [myserver01:]# more /etc/services
    sunrpc          111/tcp         rpcbind
    imap            143/tcp         imap2           # Internet Mail Access Protocol v2
    ldap            389/tcp                         # Lightweight Directory Access Protocol
    ldap            389/udp                         # Lightweight Directory Access Protocol

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    # /usr/local/sbin/snmpd -f -L
    [init_smux] bind failed: Address already in use
    Error opening specified endpoint "udp:161"
    Server Exiting with code 1

    find the error , undefine the root cause

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