Any help would be appreciated. I am running Opsview Core 3.2 on CentOS 6. After a power failure took down my host on Dec. 24th, 2015, any new hosts or monitored services within those hosts added have not showed up in the runtime database. They show up in the gui and are being monitored and alerts sent, etc. when they go out. Unfortunately, I don't have DB backups from before that time as this issue was not detected util recently. Are there ways to rebuild the 'runtime' database? This issue presents itself when I try to view performance graphs or enable/disable individual services on newly created monitord services. If I manually insert the missing objects into the runtime database, they can be fixed so they can be managed, but adding new ones via the gui does not work. I enabled mysql db error logging but no errors appear. As an interesting data point, the newly created (somewhat defective) items that were not in the runtime database had entries on /usr/loca/nagios/var/rrd that were owned by 'root' rather than 'nagios' (like all the other good working ones) leading me to think the opsview-web is maybe running as root rather than nagios??
Any assistance would be appreciated. Cheers.