First of all, first time poster, long time reader/lurker.
the story long version:
running a red hat enterprise VM with 0.8.8h cacti installed on it with 4 plugins installed: monitor, settings, syslog and Thold.
Saw on here that for the red hat distribution there was an update, i think version 1.0.4 or something. Decided to upgrade, found out all plugins where either not supported or no longer working on that version. (but repaired on a future version). Decided to go back to 0.8.8h.
Now here my real problem begins. The rollback to the old version went 'ok'ish', as in, i got it working eventually. But one thing doesn't work anymore: the used disk space.
Well more specific, it doesn't work on 1 host anymore... which happens to be my most important one ofc...
I got 2 disk space querries: both snmp, one is the default get mounted partitions, the other one hrStorageTable (see: http://docs.cacti.net/usertemplate:data:host_mib:disk_usage)
both are working fine on any other host. (as in reporting both actual used storage and total storage) but are wonky on this host.
This host is: a windows VM with 2 disk stored on our SAN-environment.
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Now on to the cacti part:
for the hrStorageTable query:
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for the default query:
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notice how the default one says that used size > total size.
steps allready done:
when i did my upgrade, i made per the recommendations, a backup from my folder holding all my querries, so i've restored them, to no avail
I've deleted the host completely, losing all graphic history, (so deleting data sources) and recreated them, to no avail.
kinda at a loss what to do since the query actually gives results, just not the correct ones....
thanks allready in advance for any info/suggestions. If you need anything else feel free to ask