Rrd cacti not updating

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Steve -- Steve Ferguson | "In the beginning the Universe Email: [email protected] This has made a lot | of people very angry and been | widely regarded as a bad move." | - Douglas Adams I'm nowhere near that kernel-enforced limit. --Hanga S -----Original Message----- From: [email protected] [mailto:[email protected]] On Behalf Of Christopher Kunz Sent: sexta-feira, 16 de Janeiro de 2004 To: [email protected] ;) --ck ------------------------------------------------------- The SF. Net email is sponsored by Eclipse Con 2004 Premiere Conference on Open Tools Development and Integration See the breadth of Eclipse activity. _______________________________________________ cacti-user mailing list [email protected] https://lists.sourceforge.net/lists/listinfo/cacti-user Okay... I could see an extra 200 files being opened under this user account and creating problems for the rra updates.

I had the same error message only once in all my linux-enabled years, and that was while starting an apache with WAY too many virtual hosts in enabled. ) to your problem, I could not see an overly large number of open files in /proc/sys/fs/file-nr. Subject: Re: [cacti-user] RRAs not updating Steve Ferguson wrote: I'm nowhere near that kernel-enforced limit. However, updating /etc/security/with: hard nofile 4096 (where is the actual user account) doesn't seem to help.

I had the same error message only once in all my linux-enabled years, and that was while starting an apache with WAY too many virtual hosts in enabled. ) to your problem, I could not see an overly large number of open files in /proc/sys/fs/file-nr. I tried rebooting, figuring this is only read at startup, but 'ulimit -n' continues to report 1024.

Is cacti really opening on the order of 22000 files?

The v stands for verbose, which describes the output returned.

updatev returns a list of any and all consolidated data points (CDPs) written to disk as a result of the invocation of update.

--ck amount of file handles can be tuned via the kernel parameters.

It doesn't look OS-related based on what I can see. At the moment /proc/sys/fs/file-nr reports 4184 allocated, 2105 free, and 26112 max.

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