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jme
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Graph display issue

We have some servers with a large number of volumes which we are monitoring with WMI. When it comes down to graph all those volumes or investigate which one generates a warning, the graph window becomes pretty useless as only the legend is shown:  http://s32.postimg.org/pjyxbnxyd/2016_05_02_09_29_11_Opsview_Monitoring.png Any plans to solve this issue? thanks, juergen

Duncan Ferguson
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Thanks for the bug report - I

Thanks for the bug report - I will raise the issue with Engineering

  Duncs

Duncan Ferguson
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This issue has already been

This issue has already been picked up but did not make it into the 5.1 release cut (due within the next few weeks).  It will be fixed for 5.2 which current estimates suggest will be due sometime around September/October.

  Duncs

jme
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Hello Duncan,

Hello Duncan,
successfully installed 5.2 today. No change on this issue.

Duncan Ferguson
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This has been fixed in 5.2

This has been fixed in 5.2 and has bene verified on our internal systems - can you provide a new screenshot of the issue?

  Duncs

jme
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2016-09-29 11_33_16-Opsview _

Duncan Ferguson
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This isnt right.

This isnt right.

Can you please provide a list of packages on your system, either 'rpm -qa|grep opsview' or 'dpkg -l | grep opsview'

Can you also restart opsview-web (as nagios: opsview_watchdog opsview-web restart'

  Duncs

jme
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the restart of opsview-web

the restart of opsview-web did not change anything. Here's the Package List (as picture because text is blocked by "Spam filter")

 

 

Duncan Ferguson
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I have asked Engineering to

I have asked Engineering to re-examine this issue and will report back when I have a reply.

  Duncs

Duncan Ferguson
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I have replicated the issue

I have replicated the issue and passed the details on to the Engineering team.

  Duncs