Then navigate directly to http://NavServer/browse/rrd (typing nothing after rrd), without clicking your way to the rrd browser from somewhere else in the interface.
When I do this, I get a Search menu, with DataSource and a text box, and search button, and below that a Category box with buttons "Add Selected", "Add and join", and Cancel.
I can't seem to do much from here - If I click on anything in Category, it selects it, and then almost immediately unselects it - buttons don't seem to do much at this point!
The Current path at this point is Home > IP Device Center
I will take another look at rrdtool and pyrrdtool while you are thinking about this....
Morten Vold <morten.vold@unin To: SLander@hearstsc.com ett.no> cc: email@example.com Subject: Re: [Nav-users] Problem with Browsing rrd files 07/10/2006 06:06 AM
If I manually enter the url, I get the same result - segfault and
blank screen. If I change the rrdBrowser.conf file to point to a non-existent location, IE, instead of /tmp/rrd_ as the prefix, I use just "rrd_", then I get a menu with "year month week day hour" and some choose action items. But, obviously, no graph.
That's not what your supposed to see at all. The rrdBrowser stores most of its interactive state in your user session, which is why I asked you to completely close your browser (to remove anything left in your session data) - alternatively log out of NAV or remove the NAV cookie from your browser. Then navigate directly to http://NavServer/browse/rrd (typing nothing after rrd), without clicking your way to the rrd browser from somewhere else in the interface.
Even typing a non-existant location in your rrdBrowser.conf should not take your a menu with "year month week day hour" when typing that URL directly...
This is really hard to debug, since a segfault can only stem from native code - which NAV doesn't contain at all. The best way would probably be to debug the apache process, but that could prove really ugly. If the path we're on right now doesn't lead anywhere, I'm not really sure how I can help you, short of suggesting that you reinstall rrdtool and pyrrdtool completely, just to see what happens.
-- mvh Morten Vold UNINETT
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