Cacti graphs not updating after upgrade
Set the Maximum Concurrent Poller Processes parameter.
Best practice is to to use 1-2 times core count on your RTM server.
Spine poller can improve the polling and graphing performance of Platform RTM by an order of magnitude (see Cacti User Manual below). Deciding to use the Spine poller How do you know if you should upgrade your Cacti poller from to Spine?
6) Specify number of script server scripts to run per Spine process. Script Servers each require My SQL connection - see troubleshooting section for details.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. For small to medium grid environments, does a decent job.But, for larger environments, using the Cacti's Spine poller is recommended.Assuming your machine has yum repositories configured for RHEL/Cent OS, issue the following command to install Spine prerequisites: Poller tab, and change Poller Type to Spine.4) Specify number of Spine processes that can run in parallel.
Upgrade to Spine poller if ANY of the following conditions apply to your RTM installation: Even if none of the above apply to you, consider upgrading if you are interested in improving general performance of your RTM server. Installing the Spine poller Follow these steps to install Spine in your RTM server. Spine is distributed as a source tar ball, and it needs to be compiled on your RTM server after you download it.