RRD Graphs not working after upgrading to 2.2.2-RELEASE amd64



  • Hello,

    A month ago I have upgraded pfsense to 2.2.2-RELEASE  (amd64) from a prior x64 version ( the last upgrade was 6 months old) . Since then, RRD graps and RRD Summary are not working anymore . There is an error instead of graph, saying that " There has been an error creating the graphs. Please check your systemlogs for further details." I have tried to re-install the package , remove and add with the same result.

    System log error  ( example )

    php-fpm[21065]: /status_rrd_graph_img.php: Failed to create graph with error code 1, the error is: ERROR: This RRD was created on other architecture/usr/bin/nice -n20 /usr/local/bin/rrdtool graph /tmp/opt2-traffic.rrd-fouryear.png --start 1310715912 --end 1436946312 --step 86400 --vertical-label "bits/sec" --color SHADEA#eeeeee --color SHADEB#eeeeee --title "pfsense01.eurodidactica.ro - RDS :: Traffic - 4 years - 1 day average" --height 200 --width 620 DEF:opt2-in_bytes_pass=/var/db/rrd/opt2-traffic.rrd:inpass:AVERAGE:step=86400 DEF:opt2-out_bytes_pass=/var/db/rrd/opt2-traffic.rrd:outpass:AVERAGE:step=86400 DEF:opt2-in_bytes_block=/var/db/rrd/opt2-traffic.rrd:inblock:AVERAGE:step=86400 DEF:opt2-out_bytes_block=/var/db/rrd/opt2-traffic.rrd:outblock:AVERAGE:step=86400 DEF:opt2-in6_bytes_pass=/var/db/rrd/opt2-traffic.rrd:inpass6:AVERAGE:step=86400 DEF:opt2-out6_bytes_pass=/var/db/rrd/opt2-traffic.rrd:outpass6:AVERAGE:step=86400 DEF:opt2-in6_bytes_block=/var/db/rrd/opt2-traffic.rrd:inblock6:AV
    

    When I have upgraded the firmware I remember that I have started the automatic update on Sunday afternoon and it took almost 24 hours to finish and it has restarted by itself on Monday at noon .

    If there is something I can do remote is perfect, otherwise I will have to reinstall on site and upgrade to 2.2.3.

    Regards,
    Adrian


  • Banned

    @AMizil:

    from a prior x64 version

    Apparently not: "This RRD was created on other architecture"

    @AMizil:

    When I have upgraded the firmware I remember that I have started the automatic update on Sunday afternoon and it took almost 24 hours to finish and it has restarted by itself on Monday at noon .

    Upgrade doesn't take 24 hours. The upgrade fails to reboot when you do cross-arch one. Clearly someone got pissed off and pulled the plug to get internet back, most likely.



  • The error was clear but  I was pretty sure that the upgrade was from x64 version. 
    The reset did the job !

    Many thanks,
    Adrian


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