[smokeping-users] Setup issue:
alter3d at alter3d.ca
Fri May 23 03:39:37 CEST 2014
It's likely FastCGI caching the results. SmokePing itself is polling
the new targets, but the web frontend isn't getting regenerated.
Kill all FastCGI processes and let them spin back up, or restart your
web server, which should restart all the FastCGI processes.
On 5/22/2014 9:19 PM, Gregory Guthrie wrote:
> I love smokeping -- and have had it running for a long... time on a
> linux server, but now trying to change the configuration and add
> another target, I have some problems.
> I edited /etc/smokeping/config.d/Targets and added some new targets.
> I then did a reload and all looks good;
> /etc/init.d/smokeping reload
> Reloading latency logger daemon configuration...done
> Smokeping still serves nice pages, but none of the changes I made in
> Targets show up. I reverted to the original configuration and made a
> trivial title change -- same thing, no change shown.
> I tried "/usr/sbin/smokeping --config=config --debug" and didn't see
> any errors; but it didn't ping any of the new targets.
> Changing things in /etc/smokeping/basepage.html do show up, so I do
> seem to be using the right configuration directory.
> Adding the new targets and on startup it reorts the increased number
> (it was 13 before):
> "May 22 21:02:54 alpha smokeping: FPing: probing 16 targets
> with step 300 s and offset 167 s."
> Any easy way to see/chase what is wrong?
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