Network weather Map configuration and installation guide

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ghie11
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Network weather Map configuration and installation guide

#1 Post by ghie11 » Wed Jul 26, 2017 9:26 pm

Good day.please help me to solve my problem in weather map..using cacti version
cacti-1.1.11

please help me to extract this latest update of weathermap..
https://github.com/howardjones/network-weathermap.git


centos 7 minimal



thankyou

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Re: Network weather Map configuration and installation guide

#2 Post by Pucho » Thu Jul 27, 2017 12:36 am

1.- download the database-refactor branch
2.- Unzip it and copy it to cacti plugins directory
3.- If you haven't done it already, rename the directory to weathermap otherwise won't work
4.- See below
Using the dev version

This git repo deliberately DOES NOT contain third party libraries (and if it does now, it won't soon).

Dependencies are managed with bower. If you have never used it before, you will need to:

Install nodejs (and npm - which should come with it)
Install bower: npm install -g bower
Go to the weathermap checkout directory
bower install should install all the necessary dependencies to the vendor/ directory.
The release process collects up these files and puts them in the zip file, via the packing.list file(s). You only need to do this if you are working with the current development code.
5.- Go to Cacti Plugins Management, click "install" and then "enable"
6.- Go to user settings and add the permissions to your user for weathermap.
7.- Go to weathermap settings, customise it and start playing
Cacti - 1.1.37
Poller Type - Spine
Weathermap 0.98a
Server Info - Linux 3.10.0 - Centos 7
Web Server - Apache/2.4.6 PHP 5.4.16
MySQL - 5.5 ;RRDTool - 1.4.8 ;SNMP - 5.7.2
Religion - Anti forum pets

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SYSTEM STATS: Time:17.7383 Method:spine Processes:1 Threads:10 Hosts:279 HostsPerProcess:279 DataSources:7309 RRDsProcessed:3718

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WEATHERMAP STATS: Weathermap 0.98 run complete - Thu, 16 Nov 17 08:42:56 +1300: 39 maps were run in 23.22 seconds with 0 warnings.

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Re: Network weather Map configuration and installation guide

#3 Post by ghie11 » Thu Jul 27, 2017 1:17 am

can you please send me the configuration command. I'm using centos 7

thankyou so much pucho.

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Re: Network weather Map configuration and installation guide

#4 Post by ghie11 » Thu Jul 27, 2017 1:28 am

sorry.i'm first timer in cacti

git clone database-refactor https://github.com/howardjones/network-weathermap.git

fatal:repository 'database-refactor' does not exist

please send me the correct configuration command..

thankyou

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Re: Network weather Map configuration and installation guide

#5 Post by bboy8012 » Thu Jul 27, 2017 10:13 am

you had it right for the most part just forgot the -b

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git clone -b database-refactor https://github.com/howardjones/network-weathermap.git

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Re: Network weather Map configuration and installation guide

#6 Post by ghie11 » Thu Jul 27, 2017 7:52 pm

Hi bboy,

please send me the command to unzip after i download the weathermap?

thankyou

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Re: Network weather Map configuration and installation guide

#7 Post by zhouzhuan » Mon Aug 21, 2017 2:19 am

When you are through git clone do not need zip decompression.
Then "Pucho" shows that the cactus - 0.8.8h is not in 1.1.11
I also continue to find 1.1.10 version of the information to config weather plugin.

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Re: Network weather Map configuration and installation guide

#8 Post by Howie » Mon Aug 21, 2017 4:04 am

Please don't do that.

First, it won't work. As you can see from the commit log, the current version in database-refactor says "DON'T USE THIS".

Second, it's the dev version. If unzipping a file is a big problem for you, you don't want it.
Weathermap 0.98a is out! & QuickTree 1.0. Superlinks is over there now (and built-in to Cacti 1.x).
Some Other Cacti tweaks, including strip-graphs, icons and snmp/netflow stuff.
(Let me know if you have UK DevOps or Network Ops opportunities, too!)

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