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dedeon 3rd May 2011 17:01

[ask] mailgraph not updating
 
I just installed mailgraph on a Linux Ubuntu 10.04 box monitoring Postifix. Everything seems to be working fine, but the graphs are not always updating. When I refresh the web page or close the browser and come back later, the graph updates and moves to the left, showing new time, the the data line is not drawn. Sometimes it does not update for several hours. I
had started, stopped and restarted mailgraph-init and that doesn't seem to make a difference.

Any ideas?

dedeon 4th May 2011 17:06

somebody can help me, please !
thanks..
: )

falko 4th May 2011 17:50

Which tutorial (URL) did you use?

Any errors in your logs?

dedeon 5th May 2011 08:41

Thanks for the reply falko. I follow tutorial from www.server-world.com. I'm using Ubuntu 10.04. for the test I use other postfix monitoring like pflogsumm, and it is ok, after I test my server with send some emails, receive email and I can see the log for send, receive, and other postfix log, and this is match with log in /var/log/mail.log. But, on mailgraph for the first graph it's works, the result about send and receive mail same with pflogsumm. And then I test send email again and the output from pflogsumm is correct, But on mailgraph I just see the same graph like the first. I have waiting until 1 hour, But the graph not increase. and I have restart mailgraph and the result is same.

what's problem?
thanks for your help!

falko 5th May 2011 16:55

What's the exact URL of the tutorial?

Have you tried this one? http://www.howtoforge.com/postfix-mo...n-debian-lenny

dedeon 9th May 2011 09:55

hmm, thanks falko. I will do it.


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