[hobbit] Question about using no-cache on rrd for xymon 18.104.22.168.beta-2
Stewart, Tom L.
Tom.Stewart at landsend.com
Fri Nov 13 22:36:28 CET 2009
Yes, we are still seeing holes of NO update (blank spot) even after 24
hours. We don't have that many systems (a few hundred) and the problem
is very random across different systems at different times.
From: Alan Sparks [mailto:asparks at doublesparks.net]
Sent: Friday, November 13, 2009 3:29 PM
To: hobbit at hswn.dk
Subject: Re: [hobbit] Question about using no-cache on rrd for xymon
Stewart, Tom L. wrote:
> So it looks like it is in effect, but looking at the tmp file I still
> see the following:
> srw-rw-rw- 1 xymon xymon 0 Nov 13 14:26 rrdctl.7672
> srw-rw-rw- 1 xymon xymon 0 Nov 13 14:26 rrdctl.7681
> When I stop and restart xymon I still get messages such as:
> rrd-status.log:2009-11-13 14:26:09 Cache flush completed
> rrd-status.log:2009-11-13 14:26:18 Peer not up, flushing message queue
> So my question is have I placed the -no-cache in the wrong sequence on
> the startup command or is that been taken out of beta-2?
The more poignant question is, are you still seeing the update lags?
And are the timestamps on the actual RRD files changing (not the rrd
channel control files, as you show)? The option does exist in
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