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General Support / NetXMS Agent for Debian/Ubuntu x64
« on: September 13, 2011, 09:23:59 am »
Hi,

I just wonder when a x64 .deb (Debian/Ubuntu) version of the NetXMS agent will be available from the download page?

Thanks!

Anders

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General Support / Re: NetXMS server seg. faults on libnxsnmp.so
« on: June 28, 2011, 09:23:27 am »
Hi,

Just a follow up, the problem seems to be solved, I haven't had any crashes since I upgraded my NetXMSd service to the provided RC-version and the memory seems to be stable on 25-27mb.

Thanks Victor!

Regards

Anders

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General Support / Re: NetXMS server seg. faults on libnxsnmp.so
« on: June 21, 2011, 02:07:07 pm »
Seems as if the 1.0.12-RC19062011 solved my problem :)

The netxmsd daemon has been stable on about 25-30mb of memory for over 24h now.

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General Support / Re: NetXMS server seg. faults on libnxsnmp.so
« on: June 20, 2011, 01:38:34 pm »
Sure, I've just made a deb-package with the following configuration options, I will keep you informed about the progress...

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dh_auto_configure -- --prefix=/usr/ --with-openssl --with-gd --with-pgsql --with-nxhttpd --with-agent --with-server --with-client

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General Support / Re: NetXMS server seg. faults on libnxsnmp.so
« on: June 15, 2011, 10:48:50 am »
I activated monitoring of the memory usage for the netxmsd process yesterday just after your message, this is what has been logged so far (see the attachment).

For now, I have built a script that automatically checks for a netxmsd process and if it isn't running, it will be started, therefor the "rollercoaster" look on the memory usage graph :)

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General Support / Re: NetXMS server seg. faults on libnxsnmp.so
« on: June 14, 2011, 07:48:13 pm »
Sure... just to clarify, you want me to monitor the memory usage over time of the netxmsd process?

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General Support / Re: NetXMS server seg. faults on libnxsnmp.so
« on: June 14, 2011, 09:01:57 am »
Hi Victor,

You are right, it seems to be some sort of low memory condition.

The machine that's hosting my NetXMS server is equiped with 2GB of ram (I doubt that NetXMS should require more than that?).
A quick process listing shows that netxmsd uses 84% (!) of the available system memory.

Could this maybe be caused by a to high NumberOfDataCollectors value? I have mine set to 50, as I'm monitoring about 50-60 machines with about 5-20 DCIs / machine, every 1min - 5min.

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General Support / Re: NetXMS server seg. faults on libnxsnmp.so
« on: June 09, 2011, 11:27:09 pm »
Hi,

A crash dump has been submited to dump@netxms.org

Regards

Anders

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General Support / Re: NetXMS server seg. faults on libnxsnmp.so
« on: June 09, 2011, 11:44:54 am »
Hi,

Hmm... I've added the following entries to my configuration file: netxmsd.conf but for some reason it doesn't produce any dump upon crashing.

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CreateCrashDumps = yes
FullCrashDumps = yes
DumpDirectory = /tmp/netxms # Yes, this folder exists and I've even tried to changing the permission to 777 just to be safe.

Any idea what I could  be doing wrong?

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General Support / NetXMS server seg. faults on libnxsnmp.so
« on: June 08, 2011, 10:26:48 am »
Hi,

My NetXMSd (Server 1.0.11) seems to be crashing once or twice every day with the following message from SYSLOG (I don't know if the SQL queries are related, but they seem to happen just before the crash):

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Jun  7 21:41:39 HOSTNAME netxmsd[19204]: SQL query failed (Query = "SELECT var_value FROM config WHERE var_name='CapabilityExpirationTime'"):
Jun  7 21:41:39 HOSTNAME netxmsd[19204]: SQL query failed (Query = "SELECT var_value FROM config WHERE var_name='SMTPRetryCount'"):
Jun  7 21:41:39 HOSTNAME netxmsd[19204]: SQL query failed (Query = "SELECT var_value FROM config WHERE var_name='SMTPServer'"):
Jun  7 21:41:40 HOSTNAME kernel: [3067348.518912] netxmsd[19351]: segfault at 0 ip 0011432c sp af3812a0 error 6 in libnxsnmp.so.0.0.2[110000+e000]

Only thing that I can think of that is related, is that I recently added a MIB-file for the D-Link Enterprise Access Point DAP-2690 which can be found in this ZIP-file: ftp://ftp.dlink.com/Wireless/dap2690/Firmware/dap2690_FW_102.zip

I'm thankful for any advice. I did however find an earlier post with instructions on how to create a crash dump, I will post a crash dump when the next incident occurs.

Thanks!

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General Support / Detect if parent object has technical issues.
« on: March 22, 2011, 03:28:52 pm »
Hi,

I'm trying to configure my object browser in the NetXMS Console by some sort of a hierarchy. I have tried to outline an example of what I'm creating down bellow with geographical location, network and then a container for the sort of service that the underlying hosts are providing and furthest out are the services.

If we for example lose the connection to our co-location (between Stockholm and London), we would get an alarm for each node. Is it possible to somehow identify if the "parent" object (in this case Stockholm) has connection "issues" before the host-down alarm is triggered by each node?

Or is there some other (smarter) way to do this?

Thanks for a great monitoring tool!

= Stockholm (CO-Location).
== 172.16.1.0/24
=== Webservers.
==== Node 1.
===== Service: Apache.
===== Service: SSH.
==== Node 2.
===== Service: Apache.
===== Service: SSH.
==== Node 3.
===== Service: Apache.
===== Service: SSH.
= London (HQ).
== 172.16.2.0/24
=== NetXMS server.

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Polls / Re: Binary packages: which distribution is most demanded
« on: March 18, 2011, 11:37:10 am »
Hi,

Are there any plans to release .deb-packages for x64 for Debian/Ubuntu?

Thanks.

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Feature Requests / Re: Additional Tools -> Connect Options
« on: March 18, 2011, 10:41:01 am »
Thanks Victor.

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Feature Requests / Schedule a maintenance window on a node or a DCI
« on: March 16, 2011, 10:59:01 pm »
Hi,

Something that I'm missing in NetXMS is the possibility to easily schedule a maintenance window for a node or a service (DCI). I'm sure that something with similar effect could be scripted with NXSL, but a cleaner and more user friendly option would be to somehow integrate this into the console GUI, with the option to set a start and end date / time.

Thanks for a good monitoring tool.

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Feature Requests / Re: Additional Tools -> Connect Options
« on: March 16, 2011, 05:00:53 pm »
Would it be possible to feature request host specific (client) commands that isn't seen on hosts that doesn't fulfill some sort of criteria?

To further clarify, what I want to do is to provide predefined commands to solve common problems/tasks, such as the options to start, stop and restart an Apache server remotely through the NetXMS console (which I know already is possible). However these commands should only be shown under Tools on hosts that are web servers. Also if some sort of permission system could be applied of who is allowed to execute them (user and/or group), that would be great.

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