Cacti is a monitoring and graphing tool, with a web-based interface. It is open-source and uses RRDTool for data storage and graphing.

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Cacti/rrdtool error -> Poller[0] ERROR: SQL Row Failed!, Error:'1033'

I have cacti working flawlessly on a centos 7.0 machine but I need it working on a centos 6.3 machine. I download the same version of cacti as what is on the 7.0 and I installed rrdtool from yum. ...
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cannot locate cacti files under /srv/www/cacti

I am installing cacti on SLES-11-SP2 following instructions on Open Suse Cacti guide but I cannot locate the cacti files under /srv/www/cacti after the installation. Do you have any idea where they ...
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Bandwidth Management tool

There are tools available like MRTG , Cacti etc through which we can monitor network traffic on network interfaces on a host. The network traffic flow information that is provided by these tools is ...
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yum update presents hponcfg-4.2.0-0.x86_64 conflict

I am in the process of trying to get Cacti installed onto an HP DL360 running Centos 6.3. Running yum update presents me with a few updates but when entering y it returns an error. How can I solve ...
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How to install cacti in SUSE Linux Enterprise Server?

I want to install cacti in my SUSE Enterprise Server 11 Edition. What steps do I need to do to accomplish that?
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What to do if Cacti monitering server goes down in Centos 6.3?

I have successfully deployed cacti with plugins thold, nectar, realtime. Currently I am monitering my amazon ec2 servers and internal servers in my organization. but I afraid what to do In following ...
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Get list of top 10 memory consuming processes with graph using Cacti in Centos 6.3

I'm using Cacti in Centos 6.3 and I would like to get the list of the top 10 memory consuming processes, with a memory graph, so that if server fails I can easily find the processes behind that. It ...