Quality graph still not available
I see now a while that the quality-graphs are empty. All other graphs are filled with data.
Maybe its due to the "missing" gateways?
My quality graphs work fine, but I also have gateways under System > Routing. (I did not put them there – they are automatic/dynamic)
Nop. Here not…
At first install I had to edit the gateway because it was not dynamic and nor default. Its first install was with the snap from 07 or 08 this month.
Here the pics of the status.
All of that works for me.
Have you tried to edit/save the gateway settings?
I did a new install and quality graphs are still not here! Is it only me who has this "feature"?
Installed a i386 from sunday. No packages installed
No, you're not the only one with this 'feature'. To solve this, you can try to do what I did previously:
Go to General Setup -> DNS servers -> Add a DNS server address (If you're on DHCP WAN and the DNS server addresses are issued automatically, just copy the primary DNS and paste it here; google dns 22.214.171.124 might also work for you) -> Select WAN as the gateway from the drop down box.
Disable the RRD graphing backend under RRD Graphs -> Settings.
Clear the quality RRD graph and updaterrd.sh files from /var/db/rrd.
Enable the RRD graphing backend.
You should get the graph generated nicely after that. Seems like the apinger scripts somehow rely on the data from the DNS server settings. I've encountered this on several occasions through the snapshots and solved it by manually setting a Gateway for the DNS servers.
Hmmm, I'm having DNS-entries, because i want free DNS-services which don't change to advertising-pages on a not found website (I think this doesn't exist only in germany).
Now with update from 09/07 09/08 i have sometimes a graph, but only for some hours.
Seems to be with the gateways a problem, because graph is disappearing/showing garbage when gateway-terror begins… (http://forum.pfsense.org/index.php/topic,28156.0.html)
Next thing is a time-dilatation of 15mins between real-time and the graph.
Here some pics of the thing: