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Gray page after module creation... :-( - baastrup - 03-19-2014

Hi

I got the strange issue, when I try to add a module for my agent.
When I click create module, im just getting a blank page/gray page.

No errors to be found in the logs even with lvl 10 logging.





Re: Gray page after module creation... :-( - baastrup - 03-19-2014

it is the same when I click on Manage modules>network components i get a blank/gray page (the menu to the left is still there though)

forgot to mention that im running Pandora FMS v5.0SP3 - Build PC140128 on ubuntu 12.04


Re: Gray page after module creation... :-( - ivo_yordanov - 03-19-2014

Hello

Can you send us a screen capture of the blank/grey pages and a copy of your pandora_server.conf file

Regards
Ivo


Re: Gray page after module creation... :-( - baastrup - 03-19-2014

#############################################################################
# Pandora FMS Server Parameters
# Pandora FMS, the Flexible Monitoring System.
# Version 5.0SP3
# Licensed under GPL license v2,
# © 2003-2013 Artica Soluciones Tecnologicas
# http://www.pandorafms.com
# Please change it for your setup needs
#############################################################################

# Servername: Name of this server
# if not given, it takes hostname. It's preferable to setup one
# because machine name could change by some reason.

servername x3650

# incomingdir:  Defines directory where incoming data packets are stored
# You could set directory relative to base path or absolute, starting with /

incomingdir /var/spool/pandora/data_in

# log_file: Main logfile for pandora_server
# You could set file relative to base path or absolute, starting with /

log_file /var/log/pandora/pandora_server.log

# Log file for Pandora FMS SNMP console. Its generated by NetSNMP Trap daemon

snmp_logfile /var/log/pandora/pandora_snmptrap.log

# Error logfile: aux logfile for pandora_server errors (in Daemon mode)
# You could set file relative to base path or absolute, starting with /

errorlog_file /var/log/pandora/pandora_server.error

# daemon: Runs in daemon mode (background) if 1, if 0 runs in foreground
# this could be also configured on commandline with -D option

# daemon 1

# dbengine: mysql, postgresql or oracle (mysql by default)

dbengine mysql

# Database credentials. A VERY important configuration.
# This must be the same credentials used by your Pandora FMS Console
# but could be different if your console is not running in the same
# host than the server. Check your console setup in /include/config.php

# dbname: Database name (pandora by default)

dbname pandora

# dbuser:  Database user name (pandora by default)

dbuser pandora

# dbpass: Database password

dbpass xxxxxxx

# dbhost: Database hostname or IP address

dbhost localhost

# dbport: Database port number
# Default value depends on the dbengine (mysql: 3306, postgresql: 5432, oracle: 1521)

#dbport 3306

# By default, parent agent will not update

#update_parent 0

# verbosity: level of detail on errors/messages (0 default, 1 verbose, 2 debug.... 10 noisy)
# -v in command line (verbose) or -d (debug). Set this to 10 when try to locate problems and
# set to 0 or 1 on production enviroments.

verbosity 10

# Master Server, 1 if master server (normal mode), 0 for slave mode (slave in multi-server setup)

master 1

# Activate Pandora SNMP console (depending on snmptrapd)

snmpconsole 1

# snmptrapd will ignore authenticationFailure traps if set to 1.

snmp_ignore_authfailure 1

# snmptrapd will read the PDU source address instead of the agent-addr field is set to 1.

snmp_pdu_address 0

# Activate (1) Pandora Network Server

networkserver 1

# Activate (1) Pandora Data Server

dataserver 1

# Activate (1) Pandora FMS Recon server

reconserver 1

# pluginserver : 1 or 0. Set to 1 to activate plugin server with this setup

pluginserver 1

# Pandora FMS Plugin exec tool filepath (by default at /usr/bin)

plugin_exec /usr/bin/timeout

# predictionserver : 1 or 0. Set to 1 to activate prediction server with this setup
# DISABLED BY DEFAULT

predictionserver 0

# wmiserver : 1 or 0. Set to 1 to activate WMI server with this setup
# DISABLED BY DEFAULT

wmiserver 0

# Network timeout (in seconds) for timeout in network connections for Network agents

network_timeout 5

# Server keepalive (in seconds)

server_keepalive 45

# Server Threshold: defines number of seconds of main loop (in sec)

server_threshold 5

# Network threads: Do not set too high (~40). Each threads make a network module check.

network_threads 3

# icmp_checks x : defines number of pings for each icmp_proc module type. at least one of
# that ping should be 1 to report 1

icmp_checks 1

# tcp specific options :
# tcp_checks: number of tcp retries if first attempt fails.
# tcp_timeout: specific timeout for tcp connections

tcp_checks 1
tcp_timeout 30

# snmp specific options :
# snmp_checks: number of snmp request retries if first attempt fails.
# snmp_timeout: specific timeout for snmp request.

snmp_checks 1
snmp_timeout 5

# snmp_proc_deadresponse 1 (default): Return DOWN if cannot contact
# or receive NULL from a SNMP PROC module.

snmp_proc_deadresponse 1

# plugin_threads: Specify number of plugin server threads for processing plugin calls

plugin_threads 1

# plugin_timeout: Specify number of seconds calling plugin exec waiting for response
# after this time, call is aborted and result is "unknown".

plugin_timeout 15

# wmi_timeout : specific timeout for wmi request.

wmi_timeout 10

# wmi_threads: Specify number of WMI server threads for processing WMI remote calls

wmi_threads 1

# recon_threads. Each thread will scan a different scantask.

recon_threads 1

# dataserver_threads: Number of threads for data server (XML processing threads)

dataserver_threads 1

# mta_address: External Mailer (MTA) IP Address to be used by Pandora FMS internal email capabilities

mta_address localhost

# mta_port, this is the mail server port (default 25)

#mta_port 25

# mta_user MTA User (if needed for auth, FQD or simple user, depending on your server)

#mta_user [email protected]

# mta_pass MTA Pass (if needed for auth)

#mta_pass mypassword

# mta_auth MTA Auth system (if needed, it supports LOGIN, PLAIN, CRAM-MD5, DIGEST-MD)

#mta_auth LOGIN

# mta_from Email address that sends the mail, by default is [email protected]
#          probably you need to change it to avoid problems with your antispam

#mta_from Pandora FMS <[email protected]>

# Set 1 if want eMail deliver alert in separate mail  (default).
# Set 0 if want eMail deliver shared mail by all destination.
mail_in_separate 1


# xprobe2: Optional package to detect OS types using advanced TCP/IP
# fingerprinting tecniques, much more accurates than stadard nmap.
# If not provided, nmap is used insted xprobe2

xprobe2 /usr/bin/xprobe2

# nmap: If provided, is used to detect OS type with recon server using
# advanded OS fingerprint technique. Xprobe2 gives more accurate results
# Nmap is also used to do TCP port scanning in detected host.

nmap /usr/bin/nmap

# snmpget: Needed to do SNMP checks. By default is on /usr/bin/snmpget

snmpget /usr/bin/snmpget

# Location of the braa binary needed by the Enterprise SNMP Server (/usr/bin/braa by default) (PANDORA FMS ENTERPRISE ONLY).

braa /usr/bin/braa

# Number of retries before braa hands a module over to the Network Server (PANDORA FMS ENTERPRISE ONLY).

braa_retries 3

# Default group id for new agents created with Pandora FMS Data Server

autocreate_group 2

# Set to 1 if want to autocreate agents with Pandora FMS Data Server,
# set to 0 to disable

autocreate 1

# max_log_size: Specify max size of Pandora FMS server log file (1MB by default). If
# log file grows above this limit, is renamed to "pandora_server.log.old".

max_log_size 65536

# max_queue_files (500 by default)
# When server have more than max_queue_files in incoming directory, skips the read 
# the directory to avoid filesystem overhead.

max_queue_files 500

# Use the XML file last modification time as timestamp.

# use_xml_timestamp 1

# Pandora FMS will autorestart itself each XXX seconds, use this if you experience problems with
# shutting down threads, or other stability problems.

# auto_restart 86400

# Pandora FMS will restart after restart_delay seconds on critical errors.

# restart 0
# restart_delay 60

# More information about GIS Setup in /usr/share/pandora_server/util/gis.README
# Flag to activate GIS (positional information for agents and maps)
# by default it is desactivated

#activate_gis 0

# Radius of error in meters to consider two gis locations as the same location.

#location_error 50

# Recon reverse geolocation mode [disabled, sql, file]
#  disabled    The recon task doesn't try to geolocate the ip discovered.
#  sql        The recon task trys to query the SQL database to geolocate the
#              ip discovered
#  file        The recon task trys to find the geolocation information of the
#              ip discovered in the file indicated in the
#                recon_reverse_geolocation_file parameter

# recon_reverse_geolocation_mode disabled

# Recon reverse geolocation file. This is the database with the reverse
# geolocation information using MaxMind GPL GeoLiteCity.dat format).

#recon_reverse_geolocation_file /usr/local/share/GeoIP/GeoIPCity.dat

# Radius (in meters) of the circle in where the agents will be place randomly
# when finded by a recon task. Center of the circle is guessed
# by geolocating the IP.

#recon_location_scatter_radius 1000

# Pandora Server self-monitoring (embedded agent) (by default enabled)

self_monitoring 1

# Update parent from the agent xml

#update_parent 1
#
#
# This enable realtime reverse geocoding using Google Maps public api.
# This requires internet access, and could have performance penalties processing GIS
# information due the connetion needed to resolve all GIS input.
# NOTE: If you dont pay the service to google, they will ban your IP in a few days.

# google_maps_description 1

# This enable realtime reverse geocoding using Openstreet Maps public api.
# This requires internet access, and could have performance penalties processing GIS
# information due the connetion needed to resolve all GIS input.
# You can alter the code to use a local (your own) openstreet maps server.

# openstreetmaps_description 1

# Enable (1) or disable (0) Pandora FMS Event Web Server (PANDORA FMS ENTERPRISE ONLY).

webserver 1

# Number of threads for the Web Server (PANDORA FMS ENTERPRISE ONLY).

web_threads 1

# Uncomment to perform web checks with CURL instead of LWP.
#web_engine curl

# Enable (1) or disable (0) Pandora FMS Inventory Server (PANDORA FMS ENTERPRISE ONLY).

inventoryserver 1

# Number of threads for the Web Server (PANDORA FMS ENTERPRISE ONLY).

inventory_threads 1

# Enable (1) or disable (0) Pandora FMS Export Server (PANDORA FMS ENTERPRISE ONLY).

exportserver 0

# Number of threads for the Export Server (PANDORA FMS ENTERPRISE ONLY).

export_threads 1

# Enable (1) or disable (0) Pandora FMS Event Server (PANDORA FMS ENTERPRISE ONLY).

eventserver 0

# Event Server event window in seconds (3600 by default) (PANDORA FMS ENTERPRISE ONLY).

event_window 3600

# Enable (1) or disable (0) Pandora FMS Enterprise ICMP Server (PANDORA FMS ENTERPRISE ONLY).
# You need nmap 5.20 or higher in order to use this !

icmpserver 0

# Number of threads for the Enterprise ICMP Server (PANDORA FMS ENTERPRISE ONLY).

icmp_threads 2

# Enable (1) or disable (0) Pandora FMS Enterprise SNMP Server (PANDORA FMS ENTERPRISE ONLY).
# Check braa tool is running and operative.

snmpserver 0

# Number of threads for the Enterprise SNMP Server (PANDORA FMS ENTERPRISE ONLY).

snmp_threads 2

# Block size for block producer/consumer servers, that is, the number of modules
# per block (15 by default) (PANDORA FMS ENTERPRISE ONLY).

block_size 15

# If set to 1, process XML data files in a stack instead of a queue. 0 by default.
# WARNING: Incremental modules will not work properly if dataserver_lifo is set to 1!!!

dataserver_lifo 0

# If set to 1, the policy manager is enabled and the server is listening the policy queue.
# 0 by default (PANDORA FMS ENTERPRISE ONLY)

policy_manager 1

# If set to 1, the event replicate process is enabled. 0 by default. (PANDORA FMS ENTERPRISE ONLY)
# WARNING: This process doesn't do anything if is not properly configured from the console setup

event_replication 0

# If set to 1, new events validate older event for the same module. This will
# affect the performance of the server. This was the "normal behaviour" on previous (4.x) versions.
# disable only if you really know what you are doing !!.

event_auto_validation 1

# If defined, events generated by Pandora FMS will be written to the specified text file.
#event_file /var/log/pandora/pandora_events.txt

# Set the maximum number of traps that will be processed from a single source in a
# configured time interval.
#snmp_storm_protection 10

# Time interval for snmp_storm protection (in seconds).
#snmp_storm_timeout 600

# Default texts for some events. The macros _module_ and _data_ are supported.
#text_going_down_normal Module '_module_' is going to NORMAL (_data_)
#text_going_up_critical Module '_module_' is going to CRITICAL (_data_)
#text_going_up_warning Module '_module_' is going to WARNING (_data_)
#text_going_down_warning Module '_module_' is going to WARNING (_data_)
#text_going_unknown Module '_module_' is going to UNKNOWN

# Events older that the specified time (in seconds) will be auto-validated. Set to 0 to disable this feature.
event_expiry_time 0

# Only events more recent than the specified time window (in seconds) will be auto-validated. This value must
# be greater than event_expiry_time.
#event_expiry_window 86400



Re: Gray page after module creation... :-( - baastrup - 03-19-2014

sure:

#############################################################################
# Pandora FMS Server Parameters
# Pandora FMS, the Flexible Monitoring System.
# Version 5.0SP3
# Licensed under GPL license v2,
# © 2003-2013 Artica Soluciones Tecnologicas
# http://www.pandorafms.com
# Please change it for your setup needs
#############################################################################

# Servername: Name of this server
# if not given, it takes hostname. It's preferable to setup one
# because machine name could change by some reason.

servername x3650

# incomingdir:  Defines directory where incoming data packets are stored
# You could set directory relative to base path or absolute, starting with /

incomingdir /var/spool/pandora/data_in

# log_file: Main logfile for pandora_server
# You could set file relative to base path or absolute, starting with /

log_file /var/log/pandora/pandora_server.log

# Log file for Pandora FMS SNMP console. Its generated by NetSNMP Trap daemon

snmp_logfile /var/log/pandora/pandora_snmptrap.log

# Error logfile: aux logfile for pandora_server errors (in Daemon mode)
# You could set file relative to base path or absolute, starting with /

errorlog_file /var/log/pandora/pandora_server.error

# daemon: Runs in daemon mode (background) if 1, if 0 runs in foreground
# this could be also configured on commandline with -D option

# daemon 1

# dbengine: mysql, postgresql or oracle (mysql by default)

dbengine mysql

# Database credentials. A VERY important configuration.
# This must be the same credentials used by your Pandora FMS Console
# but could be different if your console is not running in the same
# host than the server. Check your console setup in /include/config.php

# dbname: Database name (pandora by default)

dbname pandora

# dbuser:  Database user name (pandora by default)

dbuser pandora

# dbpass: Database password

dbpass elizhkzl

# dbhost: Database hostname or IP address

dbhost localhost

# dbport: Database port number
# Default value depends on the dbengine (mysql: 3306, postgresql: 5432, oracle: 1521)

#dbport 3306

# By default, parent agent will not update

#update_parent 0

# verbosity: level of detail on errors/messages (0 default, 1 verbose, 2 debug.... 10 noisy)
# -v in command line (verbose) or -d (debug). Set this to 10 when try to locate problems and
# set to 0 or 1 on production enviroments.

verbosity 10

# Master Server, 1 if master server (normal mode), 0 for slave mode (slave in multi-server setup)

master 1

# Activate Pandora SNMP console (depending on snmptrapd)

snmpconsole 1

# snmptrapd will ignore authenticationFailure traps if set to 1.

snmp_ignore_authfailure 1

# snmptrapd will read the PDU source address instead of the agent-addr field is set to 1.

snmp_pdu_address 0

# Activate (1) Pandora Network Server

networkserver 1

# Activate (1) Pandora Data Server

dataserver 1

# Activate (1) Pandora FMS Recon server

reconserver 1

# pluginserver : 1 or 0. Set to 1 to activate plugin server with this setup

pluginserver 1

# Pandora FMS Plugin exec tool filepath (by default at /usr/bin)

plugin_exec /usr/bin/timeout

# predictionserver : 1 or 0. Set to 1 to activate prediction server with this setup
# DISABLED BY DEFAULT

predictionserver 0

# wmiserver : 1 or 0. Set to 1 to activate WMI server with this setup
# DISABLED BY DEFAULT

wmiserver 0

# Network timeout (in seconds) for timeout in network connections for Network agents

network_timeout 5

# Server keepalive (in seconds)

server_keepalive 45

# Server Threshold: defines number of seconds of main loop (in sec)

server_threshold 5

# Network threads: Do not set too high (~40). Each threads make a network module check.

network_threads 3

# icmp_checks x : defines number of pings for each icmp_proc module type. at least one of
# that ping should be 1 to report 1

icmp_checks 1

# tcp specific options :
# tcp_checks: number of tcp retries if first attempt fails.
# tcp_timeout: specific timeout for tcp connections

tcp_checks 1
tcp_timeout 30

# snmp specific options :
# snmp_checks: number of snmp request retries if first attempt fails.
# snmp_timeout: specific timeout for snmp request.

snmp_checks 1
snmp_timeout 5

# snmp_proc_deadresponse 1 (default): Return DOWN if cannot contact
# or receive NULL from a SNMP PROC module.

snmp_proc_deadresponse 1

# plugin_threads: Specify number of plugin server threads for processing plugin calls

plugin_threads 1

# plugin_timeout: Specify number of seconds calling plugin exec waiting for response
# after this time, call is aborted and result is "unknown".

plugin_timeout 15

# wmi_timeout : specific timeout for wmi request.

wmi_timeout 10

# wmi_threads: Specify number of WMI server threads for processing WMI remote calls

wmi_threads 1

# recon_threads. Each thread will scan a different scantask.

recon_threads 1

# dataserver_threads: Number of threads for data server (XML processing threads)

dataserver_threads 1

# mta_address: External Mailer (MTA) IP Address to be used by Pandora FMS internal email capabilities

mta_address localhost

# mta_port, this is the mail server port (default 25)

#mta_port 25

# mta_user MTA User (if needed for auth, FQD or simple user, depending on your server)

#mta_user [email protected]

# mta_pass MTA Pass (if needed for auth)

#mta_pass mypassword

# mta_auth MTA Auth system (if needed, it supports LOGIN, PLAIN, CRAM-MD5, DIGEST-MD)

#mta_auth LOGIN

# mta_from Email address that sends the mail, by default is [email protected]
#          probably you need to change it to avoid problems with your antispam

#mta_from Pandora FMS <[email protected]>

# Set 1 if want eMail deliver alert in separate mail  (default).
# Set 0 if want eMail deliver shared mail by all destination.
mail_in_separate 1


# xprobe2: Optional package to detect OS types using advanced TCP/IP
# fingerprinting tecniques, much more accurates than stadard nmap.
# If not provided, nmap is used insted xprobe2

xprobe2 /usr/bin/xprobe2

# nmap: If provided, is used to detect OS type with recon server using
# advanded OS fingerprint technique. Xprobe2 gives more accurate results
# Nmap is also used to do TCP port scanning in detected host.

nmap /usr/bin/nmap

# snmpget: Needed to do SNMP checks. By default is on /usr/bin/snmpget

snmpget /usr/bin/snmpget

# Location of the braa binary needed by the Enterprise SNMP Server (/usr/bin/braa by default) (PANDORA FMS ENTERPRISE ONLY).

braa /usr/bin/braa

# Number of retries before braa hands a module over to the Network Server (PANDORA FMS ENTERPRISE ONLY).

braa_retries 3

# Default group id for new agents created with Pandora FMS Data Server

autocreate_group 2

# Set to 1 if want to autocreate agents with Pandora FMS Data Server,
# set to 0 to disable

autocreate 1

# max_log_size: Specify max size of Pandora FMS server log file (1MB by default). If
# log file grows above this limit, is renamed to "pandora_server.log.old".

max_log_size 65536

# max_queue_files (500 by default)
# When server have more than max_queue_files in incoming directory, skips the read 
# the directory to avoid filesystem overhead.

max_queue_files 500

# Use the XML file last modification time as timestamp.

# use_xml_timestamp 1

# Pandora FMS will autorestart itself each XXX seconds, use this if you experience problems with
# shutting down threads, or other stability problems.

# auto_restart 86400

# Pandora FMS will restart after restart_delay seconds on critical errors.

# restart 0
# restart_delay 60

# More information about GIS Setup in /usr/share/pandora_server/util/gis.README
# Flag to activate GIS (positional information for agents and maps)
# by default it is desactivated

#activate_gis 0

# Radius of error in meters to consider two gis locations as the same location.

#location_error 50

# Recon reverse geolocation mode [disabled, sql, file]
#  disabled    The recon task doesn't try to geolocate the ip discovered.
#  sql        The recon task trys to query the SQL database to geolocate the
#              ip discovered
#  file        The recon task trys to find the geolocation information of the
#              ip discovered in the file indicated in the
#                recon_reverse_geolocation_file parameter

# recon_reverse_geolocation_mode disabled

# Recon reverse geolocation file. This is the database with the reverse
# geolocation information using MaxMind GPL GeoLiteCity.dat format).

#recon_reverse_geolocation_file /usr/local/share/GeoIP/GeoIPCity.dat

# Radius (in meters) of the circle in where the agents will be place randomly
# when finded by a recon task. Center of the circle is guessed
# by geolocating the IP.

#recon_location_scatter_radius 1000

# Pandora Server self-monitoring (embedded agent) (by default enabled)

self_monitoring 1

# Update parent from the agent xml

#update_parent 1
#
#
# This enable realtime reverse geocoding using Google Maps public api.
# This requires internet access, and could have performance penalties processing GIS
# information due the connetion needed to resolve all GIS input.
# NOTE: If you dont pay the service to google, they will ban your IP in a few days.

# google_maps_description 1

# This enable realtime reverse geocoding using Openstreet Maps public api.
# This requires internet access, and could have performance penalties processing GIS
# information due the connetion needed to resolve all GIS input.
# You can alter the code to use a local (your own) openstreet maps server.

# openstreetmaps_description 1

# Enable (1) or disable (0) Pandora FMS Event Web Server (PANDORA FMS ENTERPRISE ONLY).

webserver 1

# Number of threads for the Web Server (PANDORA FMS ENTERPRISE ONLY).

web_threads 1

# Uncomment to perform web checks with CURL instead of LWP.
#web_engine curl

# Enable (1) or disable (0) Pandora FMS Inventory Server (PANDORA FMS ENTERPRISE ONLY).

inventoryserver 1

# Number of threads for the Web Server (PANDORA FMS ENTERPRISE ONLY).

inventory_threads 1

# Enable (1) or disable (0) Pandora FMS Export Server (PANDORA FMS ENTERPRISE ONLY).

exportserver 0

# Number of threads for the Export Server (PANDORA FMS ENTERPRISE ONLY).

export_threads 1

# Enable (1) or disable (0) Pandora FMS Event Server (PANDORA FMS ENTERPRISE ONLY).

eventserver 0

# Event Server event window in seconds (3600 by default) (PANDORA FMS ENTERPRISE ONLY).

event_window 3600

# Enable (1) or disable (0) Pandora FMS Enterprise ICMP Server (PANDORA FMS ENTERPRISE ONLY).
# You need nmap 5.20 or higher in order to use this !

icmpserver 0

# Number of threads for the Enterprise ICMP Server (PANDORA FMS ENTERPRISE ONLY).

icmp_threads 2

# Enable (1) or disable (0) Pandora FMS Enterprise SNMP Server (PANDORA FMS ENTERPRISE ONLY).
# Check braa tool is running and operative.

snmpserver 0

# Number of threads for the Enterprise SNMP Server (PANDORA FMS ENTERPRISE ONLY).

snmp_threads 2

# Block size for block producer/consumer servers, that is, the number of modules
# per block (15 by default) (PANDORA FMS ENTERPRISE ONLY).

block_size 15

# If set to 1, process XML data files in a stack instead of a queue. 0 by default.
# WARNING: Incremental modules will not work properly if dataserver_lifo is set to 1!!!

dataserver_lifo 0

# If set to 1, the policy manager is enabled and the server is listening the policy queue.
# 0 by default (PANDORA FMS ENTERPRISE ONLY)

policy_manager 1

# If set to 1, the event replicate process is enabled. 0 by default. (PANDORA FMS ENTERPRISE ONLY)
# WARNING: This process doesn't do anything if is not properly configured from the console setup

event_replication 0

# If set to 1, new events validate older event for the same module. This will
# affect the performance of the server. This was the "normal behaviour" on previous (4.x) versions.
# disable only if you really know what you are doing !!.

event_auto_validation 1

# If defined, events generated by Pandora FMS will be written to the specified text file.
#event_file /var/log/pandora/pandora_events.txt

# Set the maximum number of traps that will be processed from a single source in a
# configured time interval.
#snmp_storm_protection 10

# Time interval for snmp_storm protection (in seconds).
#snmp_storm_timeout 600

# Default texts for some events. The macros _module_ and _data_ are supported.
#text_going_down_normal Module '_module_' is going to NORMAL (_data_)
#text_going_up_critical Module '_module_' is going to CRITICAL (_data_)
#text_going_up_warning Module '_module_' is going to WARNING (_data_)
#text_going_down_warning Module '_module_' is going to WARNING (_data_)
#text_going_unknown Module '_module_' is going to UNKNOWN

# Events older that the specified time (in seconds) will be auto-validated. Set to 0 to disable this feature.
event_expiry_time 0

# Only events more recent than the specified time window (in seconds) will be auto-validated. This value must
# be greater than event_expiry_time.
#event_expiry_window 86400



Re: Gray page after module creation... :-( - ivo_yordanov - 03-20-2014

Hello

Can you click on Monitoring (in the ::Operation:: menu) and send me a screencapture. The only error I spotted in the conf file is that verbosity is set to 10. And it should be set to 1 please change it. I'd need a copy of the pandora_server.log file located in /var/log/pandora

Regards
Ivo


Re: Gray page after module creation... :-( - baastrup - 03-20-2014

here are the data


Re: Gray page after module creation... :-( - ivo_yordanov - 03-20-2014

Hello

Can you click on Agent Detail and then click on the agent x3650 and send me a screencapture. There seem to be only modules in the agent x3650 .

Regards
Ivo


Re: Gray page after module creation... :-( - baastrup - 03-20-2014

I have send you a PM.



Re: Gray page after module creation... :-( - baastrup - 03-21-2014

I have updated both pandorafms_server.deb and pandora_console.deb to the latest from sf.net

still no go, any ideas?