The first link is mostly right, but forgets about adjusting RRA steps.

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Upgrade from Cacti 1.0.x to Cacti 1.1.x It should be pretty much the same # cd /var/www/html # wget # tar xvzf cacti-1.1.2gz # mv cacti cacti-1.0.3-old # mv cacti-1.1.2 cacti Update cacti/include/on the database username and password Open a web browser and open cacti url, e.g.

Platform RTM comes installed with two main pollers: a) the LSF poller (lsfpollerd) for collecting LSF grid data from LSF master daemons; b) The Cacti poller (cmd.php) for updating the time series graphs (i.e.

v=rq K5Onb F1BY Upgrade from Cacti 1.0.1 to Cacti 1.0.x # cd /var/www/html # wget # tar xvzf cacti-1.0.3gz # mv cacti cacti-1.0.1-old # mv cacti-1.0.3 cacti Update cacti/include/on the database username and password Open a web browser and open cacti url, e.g.

# cp -p cacti-1.0.1-old/rra/* cacti/rra/ Also copy whatever you have added by yourself from cacti-1.0.1-old/scripts/* and cacti-1.0.1-old/resource/* to cacti/scripts and cacti/resource.

If you are just curious about the final effect, go straight to the end of the page.

For very large installations (1000 devices) it can be hard to make a single server fast enough to poll all your devices in 5 minutes.

In step 1, we has disabled the Cacti poller in both servers.

As the migration is completed, we will enable the poller in the new server.

If you want to hold on to the old server for the time being, you could enable the poller in the old server too.

Sarmed Rahman is an IT professional based in Australia.

For every poller-server install a standard Observium installation but without the Apache server and My SQL-part and then just as on the RRD-server make sure to change the database-setting in to: This will tell Observium that there are no local RRDs on this installation and where to find the rrdcached-server to write all the RRDs to.