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abrekinawer
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GPSMAP Error

#1 Post by abrekinawer » Tue Oct 17, 2017 10:10 am

Hello,

I'm newer in cacti and I have installed GPSMAP plugin into my cacti, but when I want to access to the window of GPSMAP, It shows the next error:
A network error has occured while retrieving markers data : 404 - Not Found

So I can't see the AP points configured in the MAP.

I have Version 1.0.0

Thanks for all!
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Rno
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Re: GPSMAP Error

#2 Post by Rno » Tue Oct 17, 2017 11:50 am

Not sure it was updated !!

I wrote a simple map for cacti 1.x you can try it at: https://github.com/arno-st/Map/tree/cacti-1x

And if you can upgrade your cacti to the latest release, many things where corrected since 1.0.0
CentOS
Production
Cacti 0.8.8h
Spine 0.8.8h
PIA 3.1
Aggregate 0.75
Monitor 1.3
Settings 0.71
Weathermap 0.98
Thold 0.5
rrdclean 0.41

Own plugin: LinkDiscovery 0.45, Map 0.37

Test
Cacti 1.2.6
Spine 1.2.6
thold 1.0.6
monitor 2.3.5
php 7.2.11
mariadb 5.5.56
Own plugin:
ExtendDB 1.1.2
LinkDiscovery 1.2.6
Map 1.2.6

abrekinawer
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Re: GPSMAP Error

#3 Post by abrekinawer » Thu Oct 19, 2017 3:31 am

Rno,

really thanks for your comment but I have a problem, I uploaded the plugin to the plugins directory, then I went to the plugin manager into the web and It shows the plugin but when I try to install it, nothing happens just a screen refresh...

What I'm doing bad?

I look on the table plugin_config on the DB and it shows status = 0, it's the only one plugin with that status, It's necessary to change it manual?.

Kind regards.

Rno
Cacti User
Posts: 346
Joined: Wed Dec 07, 2011 9:19 am

Re: GPSMAP Error

#4 Post by Rno » Mon Oct 23, 2017 2:07 am

That's mean it dosent install correctly, you can chek on the error.log of your web server maybe under /var/log/http/error.log, it should give you something. or in the cacti log
CentOS
Production
Cacti 0.8.8h
Spine 0.8.8h
PIA 3.1
Aggregate 0.75
Monitor 1.3
Settings 0.71
Weathermap 0.98
Thold 0.5
rrdclean 0.41

Own plugin: LinkDiscovery 0.45, Map 0.37

Test
Cacti 1.2.6
Spine 1.2.6
thold 1.0.6
monitor 2.3.5
php 7.2.11
mariadb 5.5.56
Own plugin:
ExtendDB 1.1.2
LinkDiscovery 1.2.6
Map 1.2.6

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