[smokeping-users] multi target graphs - doesn't work
ovidiu.todirascu at gmail.com
Tue Mar 10 14:29:59 CET 2009
Thanks for your answer.
I use private ip address because we use them internally. From my smoke ping
server i can reach for example 10.166.228.252, this is not the problem.
In your example:host = /world/town/host1 /world/town2/host33
How do i define host1 or host33 ?
Should it be like normal Target?
menu = Host1
title = Host1
host = <ip of host1>
menu = Multitarget
tile = Multitarget
host = /parthtohost1 /pathtohost2ifidefinedoneabove ?
On Tue, Mar 10, 2009 at 12:52 PM, G.W. Haywood <ged at jubileegroup.co.uk>wrote:
> Hi there,
> On Tue, 10 Mar 2009, ovidiu todirascu wrote:
> > Can't call method "_pings" on an undefined value at
> > /usr/share/perl5/smokeping/Smokeping.pm line 815.
> > [...]
> > ++ Rackspace
> > menu = Rackspace
> > title = Rackspace
> > host = /10.160.228.252 /10.160.228.248
> 1. Why do you have '/' characters in IP addresses? I would agree that
> the Smokeping documentation is not especially clear, but it does not
> suggest that the syntax which you used is acceptable. According to
> the 'host' line can contain lines like this:
> host = /world/town/host1 /world/town2/host33 /world/town2/host1~slave
> which I assume is meant to be paths to .RRD files in your smokeping
> hierarchy - perhaps under /var/lib/smokeping/ or wherever your .RRD
> files are stored on your system.
> 2. Why are you trying to ping IP addresses in the private address space?
> Packets to those addresses must not be routed across the Internet, so if
> your Smokeping machine is in the same IP address space as the targets
> (perhaps in the same CoLo?) then this might work, but otherwise it won't.
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