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    Default [SOLVED] Upgraded to 4.5.11 - Daily Reports Stopped

    I recently upgraded from 4.5.6 to 4.5.11 and the daily reports stopped. I have read many thread on the board about this; however, none were specific to correct this on my system.

    I found one post about checking the zmstat.out for errors. I am getting some errors in that log, these lines are repeated often:

    No iostat installed on this host at /opt/zimbra/libexec/zmstat-io line 27.
    Warning: Not possible to monitor process stats
    07/27/2008 00:37:00: ERROR: No such process: '8600'
    07/27/2008 00:37:00: ERROR: No such process: '8601'

    This is running on a RHEL4.x Server.

    Any ideas.

    Thanks,
    -Marc

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    Quote Originally Posted by msf004 View Post
    No iostat installed on this host at /opt/zimbra/libexec/zmstat-io line 27.
    Warning: Not possible to monitor process stats
    Have you tried installing iostat?
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    Default Iostat

    I guess I am confused that all I did was upgrade to 4.5.11 from 4.5.6 (same major release - even same sub-realease). Would that upgrade not include any newly needed components?

    I really have no idea what iostat is - or where do I get it? It this something in the install that did not work?

    I did not see in the upgrade instructions that I would need to install separate software.

    Could you be kind enough to tell me what iostat is? Not to mention, in looking the iostat error goes back in the log file to even when I was getting daily reports - so I am not even positive this is the root cause.

    Thanks,
    -Marc

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    Quote Originally Posted by msf004 View Post
    I guess I am confused that all I did was upgrade to 4.5.11 from 4.5.6 (same major release - even same sub-realease). Would that upgrade not include any newly needed components?
    That's not a component we provide, it comes with RHEL and you'll have to get via whatever package manager you use.
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    Is this a package that was not a requirement for 4.5.6 and suddenly was for 4.5.11?

    If so, should there not have been instructions informing me that I needed it?

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    Default Sysstat

    I have now installed sysstat - is there a way to test if the daily report will work now?

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    Quote Originally Posted by msf004 View Post
    Is this a package that was not a requirement for 4.5.6 and suddenly was for 4.5.11?

    If so, should there not have been instructions informing me that I needed it?
    Bug 19345 – zimbra-core has missing dependency on sysstat
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    Quote Originally Posted by msf004 View Post
    I have now installed sysstat - is there a way to test if the daily report will work now?
    Run the following job: /opt/zimbra/libexec/zmdailyreport -m - let's see if it produces any output. It's the one that normally gets run overnight as a cron job.
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    Default zmdailyreport

    I tried running 'zmdailyreport -m'; however, I did not get a daily report. It appears to 'run' for about 30 seconds - but no output and no email.

    Here is what I checked afterwards:

    1) there were no new errors in zmstat.out
    2) I also checked the /opt/zimbra/logger/db/data/domain.err file - no errors there.
    3) Running 'zmlocalconfig' show the admin account to properly be: admin@<server>.<domain>.com

    -Marc

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    Are you saying that you've run the following:

    Code:
    zmlocalconfig | grep smtp_destination
    and the destination is the correct admin account?
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