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The great thing about that is if you used the formatting guide provided in the Cacti installation video’s, this is also your largest partition.
The last step is to verify the proper permissions for the /var/lib/cacti/rra folder.
Spine poller can improve the polling and graphing performance of Platform RTM by an order of magnitude (see Cacti User Manual below). Deciding to use the Spine poller How do you know if you should upgrade your Cacti poller from to Spine?
While it is not easy to generalize conditions that constitute a "large" grid environment, there are some rules of thumb which you can follow to decide if you should upgrade to Spine.
If you need to tune Spine, consider lowering the number of processes and increasing the threads. Best practice is to start with half the number of threads and increase as needed.
6) Specify number of script server scripts to run per Spine process. Script Servers each require My SQL connection - see troubleshooting section for details.
After logging into the server, which is running Cent OS Linux, I saw the error clearly in the Litespeed logs.
In this case rrdtool had been removed for some reason so simply reinstalling rrdtool using the Yum Package Manager as shown in the example output below resolved the issue.
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Polling times are too long, and some graphs are not updating correctly. RTM's default poller cannot handle high workload of larger LSF grid environments.
For example, if your RTM server has 16 cores, set Maximum Concurrent Poller Processes to 16 to start with.
5) Specify number of threads each Spine process can spawn. Best practice is to start with 10 threads and increase as needed. NOTE: Best parallelism with Spine is achieved with treads.
One of the applications they have gathering data from this server is Cacti.