[omd-users] OMD 1.x and 2.0 Newcores, PNP4Nagios Popup: Only The First of Many Defined Graphs Appearing

Janis Briedis janis.briedis at pasts.lv
Tue May 19 15:10:16 CEST 2015

I use openSUSE 13.1, OMD compiled from source (download from git) ~10-20 days ago. PNP version - 0.6.25, check_mk version - 1.2.6p1
popups show more that one grap, fs_/xxx - 3graphs, postfix queye - 2, SMART -4, apache - 5-10 depends from webserver.

Jānis Briedis

On Tuesday 19 May 2015 14:05:31 Bartlomiej Kos wrote:
> Dear OMD List Users,
> I bid you all welcome, as this is my first post in this mailing list. I
> also would like to thank the developers and contributors for the
> outstanding monitoring package the OMD is, since I do not recall any other
> similarly convenient way to prepare a fully-featured monitoring environment
> in just a few minutes. Great work!
> I would like to ask one thing concerning the PNP4Nagios popup functionality
> available in both OMD and standalone PNP4Nagios. The question is: has any
> one of you come across a problem where you have multiple graphs defined per
> one sensor (opt[1] + def[1], opt[2] + def[2] and so on), but while running
> OMD version above 1.0 the popup mini-graph only displays the first graph
> defined, and you can only see the other graphs by actually clicking the
> popup icon (the little "sun" or graph, depending on the frontend used)? I
> have no such issues with hand-made installations of a CentOS or a Debian
> and only nagios and pnp4nagios installed from the distributions' respective
> repositories, meaning that if I have two or more graphs defined for one
> sensor, all of them display one under the other as expected. I also had no
> issues with OMD 1.0, but since OMD 1.10 the popup displays only the first
> graph of many, as mentioned. I tried to look for the issue within
> pnp4nagios configuration, but have found nothing. Has anyone of you had a
> similar issue and maybe found a solution that would re-enable the
> displaying of multiple graphs in popups if the sensor has multiple graphs
> defined?
> Best regards,
> Bartek Kos

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