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 Post subject: Re: THold current values still a mystery
PostPosted: Fri Jan 20, 2017 2:28 pm 
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Not claiming to be an expert but to me it looks like the magic number is 512. Value in Thold x 8 x 8 x 8 (512) will give you the value in bits.


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 Post subject: Re: THold current values still a mystery
PostPosted: Tue Apr 25, 2017 8:45 am 
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I'm new to cacti and my knowledge about it and linux itself are not that great.
I'm having a problem with my current value, let me try to explain:

I'm monitoring my traffic.
My first alert, the current value was a bit strange but i manage to understand it and configure properly.

Now any new alert i create is not displaying any value in "current value", even a different graphic in the same device.
I enabled Threshold Daemon but still not working.
I searched a lot in forum but couldn't find any fix.

I'm using Cacti 1.0.4 and thold 1.0.1

I will appreciate any help i can get


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 Post subject: Re: THold current values still a mystery
PostPosted: Tue Apr 25, 2017 9:04 am 
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I know this is going to sound wrong.. but in settings under the thresholds tab UNcheck "Enable Threshold Daemon". I found this solution on github from the developers of the plugin. None of my thresholds would show current value until after I did that. Hope this helps.

andrerca12 wrote:
I'm new to cacti and my knowledge about it and linux itself are not that great.
I'm having a problem with my current value, let me try to explain:

I'm monitoring my traffic.
My first alert, the current value was a bit strange but i manage to understand it and configure properly.

Now any new alert i create is not displaying any value in "current value", even a different graphic in the same device.
I enabled Threshold Daemon but still not working.
I searched a lot in forum but couldn't find any fix.

I'm using Cacti 1.0.4 and thold 1.0.1

I will appreciate any help i can get

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 Post subject: Re: THold current values still a mystery
PostPosted: Tue Apr 25, 2017 9:53 am 
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MoonDogg wrote:
I know this is going to sound wrong.. but in settings under the thresholds tab UNcheck "Enable Threshold Daemon". I found this solution on github from the developers of the plugin. None of my thresholds would show current value until after I did that. Hope this helps.

andrerca12 wrote:
I'm new to cacti and my knowledge about it and linux itself are not that great.
I'm having a problem with my current value, let me try to explain:

I'm monitoring my traffic.
My first alert, the current value was a bit strange but i manage to understand it and configure properly.

Now any new alert i create is not displaying any value in "current value", even a different graphic in the same device.
I enabled Threshold Daemon but still not working.
I searched a lot in forum but couldn't find any fix.

I'm using Cacti 1.0.4 and thold 1.0.1

I will appreciate any help i can get



Was unchecked previously, i checked it just to try to make it work, but nothing changed.
I unchecked again and it appears to be working, i'm confused right now hehe, ill do more tests


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