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    Default No data in server statistics

    I have just installed Zimbra M3 on fedora core4. Everything is working fine except no data is showing up under server statistics - it just shows "Data not yet available" (server has been up and running for several days now)

    I have installed logger and SNMP and both services is running.

    Any suggestions?

    Thanks

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    It does take a day or so for all the cron jobs to fire. Is it still not working for you?
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    Default What reports on what?

    What's the difference between the "Server Statistics" item, and it's child item of the "Hostname"? The reason I ask is that I get statistics from "Server Statistics", but when I expand it and select the hostname I get "Data Not Yet Available" - the server has been up for about 3 months.

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    Default No data in server stats.

    KevinH: Sorry I forgot to mention that i do get some data/grafs in the main "Server Statistics" (not grafs but rough bars) but just like FunkyPenguin I also don't get data in any of the child items "myhostname.com".

    The server has been up for 8 days now.

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    Well looks like a bug. It should show per server stats and then total stats. We'll take a look.

    Try this:
    su - zimbra
    logmysql
    use zimbra_logger;
    select distinct(host) from mta_aggregate;

    Is your hostname (as listed in the admin console) listed in the db?
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    KevinH,

    My host is listed in the db when I run through the commands:

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    mysql> select distinct(host) from mta_aggregate;
    +------+
    | host |
    +------+
    | hawk |
    +------+
    1 row in set (0.01 sec)
    I still get no information on the individual host. Would it make any difference which product I'm using? I'm running the OSS version, I thought it could be due to not running the Network version.

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    Default hostname

    That's actually the problem - the hostname in the db is "hawk", which I suspect that the zimbra host name (as specified in ldap) is hawk.domain.com -

    bug 5508

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    Would that mean that to get per server stats the db would need to show the fqdn of the server?

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    Default server stats hackery

    This is a bug we're going to have to fix on our end, though there's a possible workaround.

    Create a server (zmprov cs hawk) and restart tomcat.

    That will give you the server in your list for stats (of course, then you'll have this lame pseudo-server sitting around, can't get status, etc).

    But you'll be able to see the graphs.

    FWIW - the fix we have to come up with is some way to map the hostname as known to syslogd to the hostname as known to zimbra.

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    Would I be correct in thinking that on a single server setup like mine the workaround isn't a big deal, as the combined stats is for the sum total of one box, however on a multi server setup there are benefits?

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