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[dev.icinga.com #3417] HostStatus cronk does not update Status column with warning/critical state count #951
This issue has been migrated from Redmine: https://dev.icinga.com/issues/3417
Created by jcasale on 2012-11-02 02:52:47 +00:00
The HostStatus cronk Status column remains at "- -" for hosts even with critical/failed services. It does however change from green/up to red/down when the hosts is down.
This manifests on upgraded and new databases.
Updated by crysmi on 2012-12-08 05:14:30 +00:00
Same issue but noticed in js for updateHostServiceData, comparison of HOST_OBJECT_ID was between number and string
I changed this to use toString() on HOST_OBJECT_ID and it seems to work
Checked on http://web.demo.icinga.org/icinga-web/ and this was a string to string comparison. Dont know enough about the application to know why Ive got current.HOST_OBJECT_ID as number.
Icinga version: 1.6.1
on icinga server(Ubuntu 12.04.1 LTS):
dpkg -l | grep -i postgres
on postgres server(CentOS release 5.8 (Final)):
Updated by mfriedrich on 2012-12-08 08:12:53 +00:00
your client 9.1 talks to a 8.1 server. i have seen lots of strange issues with 8.1 - so upgrade to 8.4 which is available, and also not EOL - which 8.1 is. tried a newer postgresql server version to reproduce the issue?
Updated by jcasale on 2012-12-08 14:35:59 +00:00
These suggestions do not explain the original report where all versions are at 1.8.0. Also, two fresh installs were done with the shipped 8.4 client and server as well as the official PostgreSQL 9.2 repo being used.
Updated by jcasale on 2012-12-08 17:13:08 +00:00
The original report when unanswered for over a month without even a request to provide anything that might help reach a resolution with little to no effort by devs, in other words I would be happy and still am happy to help in any way. This is all fair, but the only solution offered didn't fit the original case? There was no lack of appreciation mentioned...
Updated by mfriedrich on 2012-12-08 21:21:57 +00:00
Well i was answering the second question, as this version mismatch was disturbing. Complaining about no response - you might figure that ppl got a busy life, always til the end of the year. If someone gets time they will answer, and be more helpful then.