Re: [vserver] which guest hit the memory limit?

From: Edward Capriolo <>
Date: Tue 28 Jul 2009 - 15:33:43 BST
Message-ID: <>

On Tue, Jul 28, 2009 at 6:43 AM, Jeff Jansen<> wrote:
> Edward Capriolo <> wrote on 2009-Jul-24:
>> If you have cacti I do have limit graphs in my vserver graphing package.
>> I included a sample.
>> You can graph all memory usage over time.
> That's very cool; thank you for sharing this.
> I had a problem at this step of the install doc:
>  Using your cacti web interface, go to the 'Import Template' section
>  Import vserver_host_template.xml. It was exported with deps.
> I'm importing it from the "trunk/cacti_templates" directory, and when I do that,
> I get "Error: XML: Hash version does not exist.".  The
> "vserver_host_template.xml" file itself actually seems to have values for Cisco
> Router CPU Usage.
> If you have a moment to point me in the right direction, I would appreciate it. :-)
> Jeff Jansen


You have an older version of cacti then the templates were exported
from. You have two options. Upgrade cacti, or the hash 'hack' essentially
search/replace to modify the hash. Upgrading is the cleaner solution.

Received on Tue Jul 28 15:34:08 2009

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