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opsview4.6:performancedataimports [2014/09/09 12:19]
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opsview4.6:performancedataimports [2015/04/09 15:58] (current)
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Opsview uses performance data from individual plugins and stores this in RRD files for quick access for the [[opsview4.6:interactivegraphs|interactive graphs]] to display. Opsview uses performance data from individual plugins and stores this in RRD files for quick access for the [[opsview4.6:interactivegraphs|interactive graphs]] to display.
-From Opsview 3.9.1, the performance data updates are done asynchronously, which means that Nagios® Core continues processing results while the RRD files are being updated+The performance data updates are done asynchronously, which means that Nagios® Core continues processing results while the RRD files are being updated.
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-**Note**: This functionality was added in Opsview 3.9.1. If you have upgraded from an earlier version of Opsview, you should [[opsview4.6:upgrading#new_check_for_import_perfdatarrd|manually add the service check]] to monitor this workflow.+
If you want raw performance data, you can access this information from [[opsview4.6:odw|ODW]]. If you want raw performance data, you can access this information from [[opsview4.6:odw|ODW]].
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Note that if there is a problem with the import process, Nagios Core will continue to run and do its monitoring and continue alerting. However, the graphing information may not be up to date. Note that if there is a problem with the import process, Nagios Core will continue to run and do its monitoring and continue alerting. However, the graphing information may not be up to date.
 +{{:opsview4.6:rrd_importing.png|}}
===== RRD ===== ===== RRD =====
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