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Cherokee 1.0.16 update broke cpu and memory usage graphics #777

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Borkason opened this Issue Mar 24, 2013 · 8 comments

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@Borkason
Cherokee Project member

Original author: italo.maia@gmail.com (January 12, 2011 16:10:30)

What steps will reproduce the problem?
1.Start cherokee-admin.
2.Go to initial page.
3.The cpu and memory usage bars are not showing.

What is the expected output? What do you see instead?
The bars should be reporting cpu and memory usage.

What version of the product are you using? On what operating system?
1.0.16 in ubuntu 10.04 from ppa

Please provide any additional information below.
It worked in 1.0.15

Original issue: http://code.google.com/p/cherokee/issues/detail?id=1112

@Borkason
Cherokee Project member

From gavinm...@gmail.com on January 13, 2011 21:02:59
Is working for me on 1.0.16, perhaps there is cached css or js you need to clear?

@Borkason
Cherokee Project member

From alobbs on February 06, 2011 12:39:10
I have not been able to reproduce this issue. Neither on Ubuntu, nor on MacOS X.

Could you please confirm it is still a problem? If so, please execute cherokee-admin with the -x parameter, so errors from sub-processes are printed in the console.

@Borkason
Cherokee Project member

From italo.maia@gmail.com on February 06, 2011 18:36:01
Well, it is fixed in the newer version. You can close it now.

@Borkason
Cherokee Project member

From ste...@konink.de on February 06, 2011 18:51:41
Thanks for reporting anyway :)

@Borkason Borkason closed this Mar 24, 2013
@dogmatic69

I have changed from ppa to compile from source, the graphs for cpu / memory do not work

@Borkason
Cherokee Project member
Borkason commented Jul 5, 2013

I assume the reason is a messed up installation. I haven't seen a similar issue in months and personally never seen this on my systems (Debian) in years.

@dogmatic69

Well it was working completely fine with the PPA and I followed the instructions from the README from the install.

If it is a 'messed up install' there should be some check or notice about it.

@Borkason
Cherokee Project member
Borkason commented Jul 6, 2013

No, the readme is fine, you just did not completely uninstall cherokee. If you want to do a complete uninstall, backup your config file, do updatedb && locate cherokee and delete all files that belong to cherokee. Then do a fresh install. Problem should be solved.

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