I hope that all is well. Recently, I finished migrating to a CentOS 7.4 system and then did an in-place upgrade to use the CloudLinux kernel. Since that time, various Munin graphs have values as nan, i.e., "not a number". The graphs with these values are as follows:
I am on version cPanel & WHM 64.0 (build 42), trying to update to 68.0.26
When I try to update through WHM, I get the following error:
[2018-01-18 18:41:34 +0000] cpanel-perl-524-Net-FTPSSL-0.35-1.cp1162.noarch.rpm already downloaded
[2018-01-18 18:41:34 +0000]...
Trying to install the Plugin in DNSonly server, it throws the following error:
The API request failed with the following error: 500 - Internal Server Error.
Any idea why this is, it has never been installed before on this VPS.
Munin mysql2 plugin isn't working
2 years later, same problem, searching and finding my own threads.
The issue is still not fixed, and the feature request I submitted doesn't exist, and my account at features.cpanel.net doesn't exist too.
After I install Munin, it simply doesn't show up anywhere in WHM. I tried searching and looking under "Plugins", but it simply isn't there.
This is the re-installation log:
[2017-02-02 15:27:09 +0100]
[2017-02-02 15:27:09 +0100] Problems were detected with cPanel-provided files which are...
My VM was taken offline yesterday due to an issue at my provider. My understanding is the VM was manually moved to a different storage layer because of an underlying fault.
Since it came back online the following error is being repeatedly logged here...
After some update (56.xx to 58.xx) Munin stopped work. I tried to solve the problem, but without success.
Acess level: root
munin Version: 2.0.25-5.cp1158
/etc/redhat-release:CentOS Linux release 7.2.1511 (Core)...
I just re-installed my cpanel win centos 7
Currently i installed Munin Service Monitor from WHM.
I got CRITICAL warning like this:
I don't understand why it Critical. since it still only 1 domain.
should i ignore this critical warning?
Now that cPanel has updated Munin to the latest version 2.X, has anyone achieved to monitor cPanel servers (munin-nodes) from one monitoring server (munin-master)? I have followed the Munin instructions without success.
It looks like since the last update this munin plugin has stopped working. Here is what I got from /var/log/munin/munin-node.log
2016/05/03-03:43:50  Error output from apache_processes:
2016/05/03-03:43:50  "my" variable @PORTS masks earlier declaration in same scope at...