However, you can easily upgrade the VM by logging in as root and issue the command "yum -y update". Feel free to read up on this prior to upgrading it.
Update successful - even the first-run Cacti update Just Worked (which is very outside my past experience with such upgrades).
Thanks, Kameron. Now I'm getting all the graphs I want out of Cacti.
Thanks for sharing from me too :-)
I have just two questions (obviously not being a cacti wizard):
The interface statistics images' Title is composed by these fields: |host_description| - Traffic - |query_ifName|
However 'query_ifName' does only return 'Ethernet1/1' etc. I'm using the interface's Comment field to save a friendly name of the interface's subnet / zone. Is the Interface.Comment field also accessible in cacti? Knowing the zone name would render the interface graphs a lot more easy to understand..
Also I would like to display a few of these bandwidth graphs on web pages generated at another webserver. Is it possible for the other webserver to somehow update and fetch the single graph images from the cacti server? They will be used on an info screen displaying technical info from many devices...
Thanks for comments on this
I am having a similar issue. The templates load fine and I can SNMP against the palo alto device to grab the interfaces and template graphs for active sessions, temperature, etc. However, the graphs sit at 0, with no data being displayed. I've refreshed a few times over the course of an hour or so, and this is the active unit.
Has anyone run into this before?
Since released back in 2012 some of these templates no longer work as Palo Alto has modified their OID's over the years. Attached is the PA-500 v1.1 template.
Would attach here but no idea how to attach a file in this forum
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