[Xymon] Some filesystem graphs not showing in disk page, only in trends

Ralph Mitchell ralphmitchell at gmail.com
Wed Mar 6 19:41:55 CET 2019

You could exclude /var/run/* completely, as those presumably come and go
along with the users.  There are notes in the analysis.cfg file:

#    DISK filesystem warnlevel paniclevel
#    DISK filesystem IGNORE
#             The special keyword "IGNORE" causes this filesystem to be
#             completely, i.e. it will not appear in the "disk" status
column and
#             it will not be tracked in a graph. This is useful for e.g.
#             devices, backup-disks and similar hardware.

Ralph Mitchell

On Wed, Mar 6, 2019 at 1:11 PM Eliza Danyi <danyiem at vcu.edu> wrote:

> Hi everyone,
> We are running Xymon 4.3.28-1.el7.terabithia on CentOS 7.6 -
> Last night we noticed that the graph for the /var directory fs on one of
> our servers (which was filling up) was not showing up in the disk page.
> Digging in to the trends for the server it did show up - it looks like tons
> of /run/user/$uid RRD files are being created for this server, is there a
> limit to the number of graphs will show on the main disk page vs the trends
> page? Is there a way to configure this so temporary file systems will be
> excluded?
> Thanks,
> *Eliza Danyi*
> Operating Systems Analyst
> VCU Computer Center
> E-mail: danyiem at vcu.edu
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