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Go to ssh and run command that you see in cacti, but add redirection to a file.
If rrdtool generate the valid file it means you probably have problems with your php configuration.
First lets set up logrotate to rotate the cacti log. Modify any of the paramters above such as “rotate 14” which keeps two weeks of backup log files on the local server.
Now lets make sure that the logging level is not turned up to DEBUG. Visit Cacti Install: In your browser visit your cacti installation such as 2.
RRDTool Command: /usr/bin/rrdtool graph - \ --imgformat=PNG \ --start=-86400 \ --end=-300 \ --title=' Localhost - Load Average' \ --rigid \ --base=1000 \ --height=120 \ --width=500 \ --alt-autoscale-max \ --lower-limit=0 \ --units-exponent='0' \ --vertical-label='processes in the run queue' \ --slope-mode \ --font TITLE:10: \ --font AXIS:7: \ --font LEGEND:8: \ --font UNIT:7: \ DEF:a="/var/lib/cacti/rra/localhost_load_1min_5.rrd":load_1min: AVERAGE \ DEF:b="/var/lib/cacti/rra/localhost_load_1min_5.rrd":load_5min: AVERAGE \ DEF:c="/var/lib/cacti/rra/localhost_load_1min_5.rrd":load_15min: AVERAGE \ CDEF:cdefg=TIME,1417293918, GT,a,a, UN,0,a, IF, IF, TIME,1417293918, GT,b,b, UN,0,b, IF, IF, TIME,1417293918, GT,c,c, UN,0,c, IF, IF, , \ AREA:a#EACC00FF:"1 Minute Average" \ GPRINT:a: LAST:" Current\:%8.2lf\n" \ AREA:b#EA8F00FF:"5 Minute Average": STACK \ GPRINT:b: LAST:" Current\:%8.2lf\n" \ AREA:c#FF0000FF:"15 Minute Average": STACK \ GPRINT:c: LAST:"Current\:%8.2lf\n" \ LINE1:cdefg#000000FF:"" RRDTool Says: OK If under “RRDTool Says:” you see something about not existing file, then you should check permissions to your rra folder. So this folder should have write permissions for www-data user (or your web server user).
If a spot under “RRDTool Says:” is empty, then you should check if rrdtool is working well.
I have confirmed that the OID in the Server script directory are correct.
I followed the upgrade instructions here - Cacti Server; Linux Red Hat server RHEL4connect to mysql Not using custom scripts basically inbuilt server (index) scripts.Now not only will your logs be rotated but they will be much smaller in size.Check out the book below for more tools to use for Linux server administration.When installing cacti it is easy to forget about the log that cacti generates and over time the log can grow in size especially if your configuration includes a logging level of DEBUG.Below I describe how to rotate the cacti log as well as turn down the logging level to LOW on a Cent OS 5 server. Create Cacti config: vi /etc/logrotate.d/cacti Add the below contents to the new file [quickcode:cacti] /var/www/html/cacti/log/[/quickcode] Make sure the path is the correct location for your file. Run logrotate: logrotate -f /etc/As long as cron is installed on your server then by default logrotate will run once daily which you can check out in /etc/cron.daily.