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MRTG, Awstats done 409 on Pro

Post by vr2uqq » Fri Apr 11, 2008 2:09 pm

Dear owners and QNAP staffs,

Just playing with my new 409Pro, I would like to install some monitoring tools such as MRTG, AWstats, but I have problem compiling and making the downloaded tar file.

have been searching on http://ipkg.nslu2-linux.org/feeds/optwa ... ss/stable/

Optware is already installed by following QNAPAndy's instruction, can I download required pkg from the url above before I can install MRTG, Awstats ?

If any brothers have done this before or knows the instruction, please help !

Many thanks

UQQ
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Re: MRTG, Awstats on 409 Pro ?

Post by vr2uqq » Fri Apr 11, 2008 5:24 pm

update:
awstats is installed via the url, need some tuning as the awstats.pl file level permission need to change to 755.

other way round is to output the graph into a html file and place somewhere under Qweb.

Thank you

QQ
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Re: MRTG, Awstats on 409 Pro ?

Post by AndyChuo » Sun Apr 13, 2008 1:48 pm

here's the complete ASWtats installation guide tested on TS-409 without having to install anything via IPKG
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Re: MRTG, Awstats on 409 Pro ?

Post by vr2uqq » Mon Apr 14, 2008 10:48 am

Many thanks Andy, I have successfully installed and running Awstats now (using the download package, may be your recommended is easier to install).

On the MRTG issue, I have been testing using net-snmp on 409, it works fine with snmpwalk with SNMP version 2c on 409. but when I use MRTG to generate the config, it returns remote device not responding.

Would this be the issue of perl on 409 and the GCC lib not find problem ?
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Re: MRTG, Awstats on 409 Pro ?

Post by vr2uqq » Mon Apr 14, 2008 10:16 pm

MRTG is completed, the former error was due to perl. Fixed by removing the Perl ipkg installation and following Andy's instruction.

Then need to install a number of packages

fontconfig
expat
freetype
zlib
gconv-modules
libpng

once these packages are installed, MRTG is functioning.

many thanks

UQQ
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Re: MRTG, Awstats on 409 Pro ?

Post by AndyChuo » Tue Apr 15, 2008 4:10 am

It'll be great if you can provide the howto in QNAPedia and you can start right away by clicking here.
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Re: MRTG, Awstats on 409 Pro ?

Post by vr2uqq » Tue Apr 15, 2008 7:36 pm

Hi Andy,

unable to login using my forum id and password, anyway here is the instruction

MRTG Installation on Qnap box (tested on 409Pro)

Assume basic linux/unix knowledge.
All configuration is done via telnet/ssh and vi editor

1. Follow Andy's instruction to install Perl 5.8.8

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http://wiki.qnap.com/wiki/Perl_5.8.8_Installation

2. Follow Andy's instruction to complete the Autorun.sh modification

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http://wiki.qnap.com/wiki/Autorun.sh

3. Follow Andy's instruction to install Optware IPKG
4. Download and install packages using IPKG

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/opt/bin/ipkg install fontconfig

(the following packages will automatically added on fontconfig installation,
please do manual installation if these packages are not added or
make sure the system has these packages installed already)


[list=]
expat
freetype
zlib
gconv-modules
[/list]

5. Install PNG library

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/opt/bin/ipkg install libpng


6. Install MRTG package via IPKG

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/opt/bin/ipkg install mrtg


7. Install Net-SNMP via IPKG

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/opt/bin/ipkg install net-snmp


Both MRTG and Net-snmp will be installed on /opt/bin and /opt/sbin

8. Start snmpd for testing, the default community is "public", the config file is found on /opt/etc/snmpd.conf

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/opt/sbin/snmpd start


9. Test SNMP (assuming community is "public"), this will query Qnap box snmpd for data, a list of OID with value will be shown.

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/opt/bin/snmpwalk -v 2c -c public localhost


10. Create MRTG directory under /opt/etc to store config files

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mkdir /opt/etc/mrtg


11. Create a MRTG directory under Qweb for remote Web access

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mkdir /share/Qweb/mrtg


12. Use MRTG configurator to generate a simple configure file (assuming community is "public")

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/opt/bin/cfgmaker public@localhost --global "WorkDir: /share/Qweb/mrtg" > /opt/etc/mrtg/localhost.cfg


13. Test the configuration file by executing mrtg manually, watch the output for error
(those log file missing or unable to remove log file errors can be ignored as this is the first time mrtg is run)

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/opt/bin/mrtg /opt/etc/mrtg/localhost.cfg


14. If everything has gone without error, then you should find a number of files in /share/Qweb/mrtg

15. Create index for the mrtg monitored host, based on the newly created configuration file

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/opt/bin/indexmaker /opt/etc/mrtg/localhost.cfg --output /share/Qweb/mrtg/nas.html


16. Create a cronjob for MRTG to run at your requirement (I set every 5mins)

Enter crontab editing mode in vi

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crontab -e

type the following

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a

scroll to last line and add the following line to the last line

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*/5 * * * * /opt/bin/mrtg /opt/etc/mrtg/localhost.cfg

press "ESCape" key

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:qw

press "Return" key

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:q

press "Return" key

17. Edit crontab file using vi editor

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vi /etc/config/crontab

type the following

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a

scroll to last line and add the following line to the last line

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*/5 * * * * /opt/bin/mrtg /opt/etc/mrtg/localhost.cfg

press "ESCape" key

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:qw

press "Return" key

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:q

press "Return" key

18. Sit back and get yourself a drink, I mean a drink, not a glass of water. :mrgreen:

19. Use web browser to access the MRTG site

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http://nas/mrtg/nas.html


You should able to see something up in two cycles! :roll:

For those who has firewall on the box, please make sure UDP 161 is permitted.

Please refer to MRTG and SNMP OID for more detailed configuration. Since Qnap box is a linux and Net-SNMP has a set of OID for monitoring on 2021, please use SNMP browser like Getif to walk through.

It may be possible to monitor the Disc array, temp etc etc but this requires more scripting on the SNMP agent side. It would be nice if QNAP add MRTG as standard monitoring tools in the next firmware release. (this would be good if Awstats be added as default!)

Some simple manual graphs for QNAP 409 Pro box, I am using my 409Pro to monitor my DD-WRT router as well, it is interesting to see when then traffic has gone up during BT.

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Title[localhost_Loading]: NAS Loading                                                               
PageTop[localhost_Loading]: <h1>NAS Loading Average 1mins, 5mins</h1>                               
Target[localhost_Loading]: 1.3.6.1.4.1.2021.10.1.3.1&1.3.6.1.4.1.2021.10.1.3.2:public@localhost:::::2 * 100
MaxBytes[localhost_Loading]: 100                                                                               
Options[localhost_Loading]: gauge                                       
Unscaled[localhost_Loading]: dwmy                                                   
ShortLegend[localhost_Loading]: Load
YLegend[localhost_Loading]: Loading  x 100
LegendI[localhost_Loading]: 5 mins
LegendO[localhost_Loading]: 10 mins

Title[localhost_TCPOpens]: NAS TCP Opens                                 
PageTop[localhost_TCPOpens]: <h1>NAS TCP Opens</h1>                     
Target[localhost_TCPOpens]: 1.3.6.1.2.1.6.5.0&1.3.6.1.2.1.6.6.0:public@localhost
MaxBytes[localhost_TCPOpens]: 100000                                                 
Options[localhost_TCPOpens]: gauge                                   
Unscaled[localhost_TCPOpens]: dwmy                                       
ShortLegend[localhost_TCPOpens]: Opens
YLegend[localhost_TCPOpens]: #
LegendI[localhost_TCPOpens]: #tcp Active Opens
LegendO[localhost_TCPOpens]: #tcp Passive Opens
 
Title[localhost_udp]: NAS UDP
PageTop[localhost_udp]: <h1>NAS UDP</h1>
Target[localhost_udp]: 1.3.6.1.2.1.7.1.0&1.3.6.1.2.1.7.4.0:public@localhost
MaxBytes[localhost_udp]: 100
#Options[localhost_udp]: gauge
Unscaled[localhost_udp]: dwmy
#ShortLegend[localhost_udp]: Loading
#YLegend[localhost_udp]: Loadin  x 100
#LegendI[localhost_udp]: 5 mins
#LegendO[localhost_udp]: 10 mins 



Ref URLs
MRTG Documents http://oss.oetiker.ch/mrtg/doc/index.en.html
Getif Free SNMP tools for W32 http://www.wtcs.org/snmp4tpc/getif.htm
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Re: MRTG, Awstats on 409 Pro ?

Post by vr2uqq » Tue Apr 15, 2008 9:39 pm

MRTG memory config file

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Title[localhost_mem]: NAS Memory                                                                                   
PageTop[localhost_mem]: <h1>NAS Memory</h1>                                                                       
Target[localhost_mem]: 1.3.6.1.4.1.2021.4.4.0&1.3.6.1.4.1.2021.4.6.0:public@localhost:::::2                           
MaxBytes[localhost_mem]: 1000000                                                                                           
Options[localhost_mem]: gauge                                                                                             
Unscaled[localhost_mem]: dwmy                                                                                             
ShortLegend[localhost_mem]: Bytes                                                                                         
YLegend[localhost_mem]: Bytes                                                                                             
LegendI[localhost_mem]: Swap Space                                                                                         
LegendO[localhost_mem]: Physcial Memory                                                                                   
                                                                                                                           
Title[localhost_cac]: NAS Buffer/Cache Memory                                                                     
PageTop[localhost_cac]: <h1>NAS Buffer/Cache Memory</h1>                                                           
Target[localhost_cac]: 1.3.6.1.4.1.2021.4.14.0&1.3.6.1.4.1.2021.4.15.0:public@localhost:::::2                         
MaxBytes[localhost_cac]: 1000000                                                                                           
Options[localhost_cac]: gauge                                                                                             
Unscaled[localhost_cac]: dwmy                                                                                             
ShortLegend[localhost_cac]: Bytes                                                                                         
YLegend[localhost_cac]: Bytes                                                                                             
LegendI[localhost_cac]: Buffer                                                                                             
LegendO[localhost_cac]: Cache     
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Re: MRTG, Awstats on 409 Pro ?

Post by fribse » Wed Apr 16, 2008 1:05 am

Hi vr2uqq

Well, hmm, couldn't make it work.
When I installed mrtg, it installed the Perl package as well.
Then when I did cfgmaker it gave me the usual ipkg_perl error that others have reported.
I then removed the ipkg perl with -force-depends, so that it didn't remove the mrtg.
It then complained that /opt/bin/perl is a bad interpreter (it isn't there).
And then I'm a bit stuck :)
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Re: MRTG, Awstats on 409 Pro ?

Post by vr2uqq » Wed Apr 16, 2008 7:48 am

Please use Andy's instruction to install Perl, don't use ipkg Perl installation. Andy has pre-compiled Perl for QNAP box. Since Awstats, MRTG are written in Perl, you have to make sure Andy;s Perl installation is completed on your box.

forgot one thing,

make a symbolic link named /opt/bin/perl to target /usr/bin/perl

ln -s /usr/bin/perl /opt/bin/perl

Hope this helps

This is due to the fact that all ipkg software predefined perl location is on /opt and their installation directory is also under /opt

You can either use the soft link or edit the mrtg perl setting which is located on the first line of each file.
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Re: MRTG, Awstats on 409 Pro ?

Post by fribse » Fri Apr 18, 2008 10:28 pm

vr2uqq wrote:Please use Andy's instruction to install Perl, don't use ipkg Perl installation. Andy has pre-compiled Perl for QNAP box. Since Awstats, MRTG are written in Perl, you have to make sure Andy;s Perl installation is completed on your box.


Hmm, I know that, BUT as I stated IT installed perl, I didn't install it, it was automagically installed when I did an mrtg install.

vr2uqq wrote:ln -s /usr/bin/perl /opt/bin/perl


That part did the trick. Oh, and remember to run the mrtg a few times to get rid of the errors shown on the first run (should be run 3 times, 3rd time should be without errors).
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Re: MRTG, Awstats done 409 on Pro

Post by AndyChuo » Tue Apr 22, 2008 4:06 am

Hi All,

I've added it to the QNAPedia with the link here.

It also covers removing the ipkg version perl and sym-link creation.
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Apple iPad [Best Tablet] HTC One M8 [Mobile Phone] Samsung UA46ES6100 [My Screen] KRK Rokit 6 [Audio Speakers]
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Re: MRTG, Awstats done 409 on Pro

Post by vr2uqq » Thu Apr 24, 2008 11:00 pm

To monitor the disk mount point using MRTG, please add the following lines to snmpd.conf

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disk /mnt/HDA_ROOT
disk /share/MD0_DATA
disk /tmp
disk /mnt/ext
disk /mnt/HDA_ROOT/rootfs_2_3_6/bin
disk /mnt/HDA_ROOT/rootfs_2_3_6/dev
disk /mnt/HDA_ROOT/rootfs_2_3_6/etc/config
disk /mnt/HDA_ROOT/rootfs_2_3_6/share/Qdownload
disk /mnt/HDA_ROOT/rootfs_2_3_6/tmp



Add the following lines in the MRTG config file

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Title[localhost_disk2]:  NAS /mnt/HDA_ROOT                   
PageTop[localhost_disk2]: <h1> NAS /mnt/HDA_ROOT </h1>               
Options[localhost_disk2]: gauge         
MaxBytes[localhost_disk2]: 100
Target[localhost_disk2]: 1.3.6.1.4.1.2021.9.1.9.1&1.3.6.1.4.1.2021.9.1.9.1:public@localhost:::::2 
ShortLegend[localhost_disk2]: % Used                                           
YLegend[localhost_disk2]: %                                                                   
LegendI[localhost_disk2]: % Used

Title[localhost_disk3]:  NAS /share/MD0_ROOT
PageTop[localhost_disk3]: <h1> NAS /share/MD0_ROOT</h1>               
Options[localhost_disk3]: gauge         
MaxBytes[localhost_disk3]: 100
Target[localhost_disk3]: 1.3.6.1.4.1.2021.9.1.9.2&1.3.6.1.4.1.2021.9.1.9.2:public@localhost:::::2 
ShortLegend[localhost_disk3]: % Used                                                                 
YLegend[localhost_disk3]: %                                                                   
LegendI[localhost_disk3]: % Used   

Title[localhost_disk4]:  NAS /tmp
PageTop[localhost_disk4]: <h1> NAS /tmp</h1>               
Options[localhost_disk4]: gauge         
MaxBytes[localhost_disk4]: 100
Target[localhost_disk4]: 1.3.6.1.4.1.2021.9.1.9.3&1.3.6.1.4.1.2021.9.1.9.3:public@localhost:::::2 
ShortLegend[localhost_disk4]: % Used                                                                 
YLegend[localhost_disk4]: %                                                                   
LegendI[localhost_disk4]: % Used   

Title[localhost_disk5]:  NAS /mnt/ext
PageTop[localhost_disk5]: <h1> NAS /mnt/ext</h1>               
Options[localhost_disk5]: gauge         
MaxBytes[localhost_disk5]: 100
Target[localhost_disk5]: 1.3.6.1.4.1.2021.9.1.9.4&1.3.6.1.4.1.2021.9.1.9.4:public@localhost:::::2
ShortLegend[localhost_disk5]: % Used                                                                 
YLegend[localhost_disk5]: %                                                                   
LegendI[localhost_disk5]: % Used   

Title[localhost_disk6]:  NAS /mnt/HDA_ROOT/rootfs_2_3_6/bin
PageTop[localhost_disk6]: <h1> NAS /mnt/HDA_ROOT/rootfs_2_3_6/bin</h1>               
Options[localhost_disk6]: gauge         
MaxBytes[localhost_disk6]: 100
Target[localhost_disk6]: 1.3.6.1.4.1.2021.9.1.9.5&1.3.6.1.4.1.2021.9.1.9.5:public@localhost:::::2 
ShortLegend[localhost_disk6]: % Used                                                                 
YLegend[localhost_disk6]: %
LegendI[localhost_disk6]: % Used 

Title[localhost_disk7]:  NAS /mnt/HDA_ROOT/rootfs_2_3_6/dev
PageTop[localhost_disk7]: <h1> NAS /mnt/HDA_ROOT/rootfs_2_3_6/dev</h1>               
Options[localhost_disk7]: gauge         
MaxBytes[localhost_disk7]: 100
Target[localhost_disk7]: 1.3.6.1.4.1.2021.9.1.9.6&1.3.6.1.4.1.2021.9.1.9.6:public@localhost:::::2 
ShortLegend[localhost_disk7]: % Used                                                                 
YLegend[localhost_disk7]: %                                                                                   
LegendI[localhost_disk7]: % Used 

Title[localhost_disk8]:  NAS /mnt/HDA_ROOT/rootfs_2_3_6/etc/config
PageTop[localhost_disk8]: <h1> NAS /mnt/HDA_ROOT/rootfs_2_3_6/etc/config</h1>               
Options[localhost_disk8]: gauge         
MaxBytes[localhost_disk8]: 100
Target[localhost_disk8]: 1.3.6.1.4.1.2021.9.1.9.7&1.3.6.1.4.1.2021.9.1.9.7:public@localhost:::::2 
ShortLegend[localhost_disk8]: % Used                                                                 
YLegend[localhost_disk8]: %                                                                                   
LegendI[localhost_disk8]: % Used 

Title[localhost_disk9]:  NAS /mnt/HDA_ROOT/rootfs_2_3_6/share/Qdownload
PageTop[localhost_disk9]: <h1> NAS /mnt/HDA_ROOT/rootfs_2_3_6/share/Qdownload</h1>               
Options[localhost_disk9]: gauge         
MaxBytes[localhost_disk9]: 100
Target[localhost_disk9]: 1.3.6.1.4.1.2021.9.1.9.8&1.3.6.1.4.1.2021.9.1.9.8:public@localhost
ShortLegend[localhost_disk9]: % Used                                                                 
YLegend[localhost_disk9]: %                                                                                   
LegendI[localhost_disk9]: % Used 

Title[localhost_disk10]:  NAS /mnt/HDA_ROOT/rootfs_2_3_6/tmp
PageTop[localhost_disk10]: <h1> NAS /mnt/HDA_ROOT/rootfs_2_3_6/tmp</h1>               
Options[localhost_disk10]: gauge         
MaxBytes[localhost_disk10]: 100
Target[localhost_disk10]: 1.3.6.1.4.1.2021.9.1.9.9&1.3.6.1.4.1.2021.9.1.9.9:public@localhost:::::2 
ShortLegend[localhost_disk10]: % Used                                                                 
YLegend[localhost_disk10]: %                                                                                   
LegendI[localhost_disk10]: % Used 
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QNAP 409TPro 1031T: MRTG (monitoring 409TPro and DD-WRT), Awstats, dnsmasq
Linksys WRT54G V2.2 DD-WRT v24SP1 VPN x 2 with home made 12V POE
Netgear GS608 with 9k jumbo frame
Panasonic C111 IPCam x 3
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Re: MRTG, Awstats done 409 on Pro

Post by me2u2me » Fri Apr 25, 2008 11:47 am

Need some help please with awstats and TS-409...(not Pro)

Followed the instructions to install awstats (very well written) and looks like it went like it should...however when I run the awstats_configure.pl I get the following error:

-----> Define config file path
In which directory do you plan to store your config file(s) ?
Default: /etc/awstats
Directory path to store config file(s) (Enter for default):
>
Error: Failed to create directory '/etc/awstats', required to store config files..
[/usr/local/awstats/tools] #

Any suggestions?
Thanks

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Re: MRTG, Awstats done 409 on Pro

Post by vr2uqq » Fri Apr 25, 2008 12:38 pm

hi there,

I place my config file in /usr/local/etc/awstats
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QNAP 409TPro 1031T: MRTG (monitoring 409TPro and DD-WRT), Awstats, dnsmasq
Linksys WRT54G V2.2 DD-WRT v24SP1 VPN x 2 with home made 12V POE
Netgear GS608 with 9k jumbo frame
Panasonic C111 IPCam x 3
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