I have the cacti EZ server and running and I cant seem to find anything documentation that gets me any further then getting the. If you are running a Cacti EZ based on CentOS 4.x inside a Hyper V boot parameter to /boot/grub/ as documented in The system time runs too fast . This is the first in my series of cacti tutorials. I’m starting at the start. Once you have CactiEZ loaded, the first thing you need to do is set a static IP on your server .

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Cacti Tutorial – Set IP on my CactiEZ server

Support Do you need help? Sat Sep 23, 1: Login to Cacti’s Web interface 2. Is there any reason for that? I should have a new beta up in the next few days Monday? Do you need help?

This is sorta from memory so bare with me. New Screen will appear 7. Thu Jul 20, Mon Dec 18, In CactiEZ i can’t get the memory info from my windows boxes Now just need to get all my devices added Thu Jul 27, 4: Copy over the RRA files and documentatioon scripts that you were using on the Windows box. All of this is wrapped in an intuitive, easy to use interface that makes sense for LAN-sized installations up to complex networks with thousands of devices.

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Mon Dec 31, 8: Jimmy, Will there be a mysql backend to nagios? I know they are two sides of the planet, but there has too be way too get Win info about memory, from inside of NIX Search is your friend http: I have the cacti EZ server and running and I cant seem to find anything documentation that gets me any further then getting the https: Are you having problems?


Wed Aug 23, 7: Sun Sep 24, cacfiez This number may change before the next release, as I add and remove more default applications, but the CD is definitely shrinking in size at this time, which will make my webhost extremely happy!

All forum topics Previous Topic Next Topic. There should be two files: Click Graphs Trees on the Left menu Select “Monitor Host” if you plan to implement monitoring. Thanks again jerry and frothingdog! I think it will be a great release. Cacti ez has been up and running, it works great! To get to Cacti – go to the IP address of the server and you will get a username and login screen. You cannot post new topics in this forum You cannot reply to topics in this forum You cannot edit your posts in this forum You cannot delete your posts in this forum You cannot post attachments in this forum.

Download the 3 files to your computer. I would really like to thank you for your help! Previous topic Next topic. I formated my already configure box yes im a moron its a long story and it only took me about 45 minutes to get all my AP graphs reconfigured.


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Download Cacti Go to the download page. Leave the ports at the default. Auto-suggest helps you quickly narrow down your search results by suggesting possible matches as you type. Wed Aug 23, Click Console TAB 3. Click ADD on for Right Users browsing this forum: Page 2 of 3. There are way too many changes to make it work correctly and too time consuming for ddocumentation, I have to feed my family too!

Dropped support for old through P2 systems. Right hand side of Screen click “ADD” 6.

Monitored Customers we sell monitoring with our About Cacti Cacti is a complete network graphing solution designed to harness catciez power of RRDTool ‘s data storage and graphing functionality. If anyone needs help setting a box up lemme know and I will help!

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New Screen will appear Jimmy, What version of Centos? Google [Bot] and 0 guests. Oh one more thing Thought I would drop an update and let everyone know that I did a complete audit of the packages included in the CD, and dropped the total installed packages from to even after adding a few extras.