[Xymon] inconsistent status after PS client install
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Tue May 8 01:12:46 CEST 2018
On 08/05/18 02:37, Kris Springer wrote:
> I have a number of Windows servers that have had the BBwin client
> installed for years and has been working fine. I recently turned off
> the BBwin client and installed the latest XymonPSclient. Now I'm
> getting inconsistent reports in some of the columns on the Xymon
> webpage. Specifically the 'uptime', 'svcs', and 'who' columns. When
> I look at the 'clientlog' that the Xymon server is receiving from the
> client, it shows the 'who' data correctly, but it's not getting
> injested by the Xymon server accurately for some reason. I have the
> same PSclient with exact same config installed on many different
> Windows clients. Here's the breakout of inconsistencies.
> 1 Win Server 2012 Standard - 'uptime' purple, 'svcs' purple, 'who' purple
> multiple Win Server 2008 R2 Enterprise SP1 - 'uptime' ok, 'svcs' ok,
> 'who' blank but not purple
> multiple Win 10 Pro - all columns ok
> 1 Win Server 2012 R2 Essentials - all columns ok
> 1 Win Server 2012 R2 Standard - all columns ok
> Anyone have any ideas?
Have you checked the xymon server logs to see if it is truncating the
reports received? You may need to increase the permitted maximum data
> Thank you.
> Kris Springer
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