Upgrade Cacti

Assalamu’alaikum Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh

Coba upgrade cacti di notebook.

1. :~# apt-get install cacti

2. :~# adduser cacti

3. :~# mysql –user=root mysql

4. mysql> GRANT ALL ON cacti.* TO cacti@localhost IDENTIFIED BY ‘cacti’;

5. mysql> flush privileges;

6. mysql> exit

7. Edit file debian.php

:~# vim /etc/cacti/debian.php

<?php
$database_username=’cacti’;
$database_password=’cacti’;
$database_default=’cacti’;
$database_hostname=’localhost’;
$dbport=”;
$dbtype=’mysql’;
?>

8. Browse ke: http://localhost/cacti/

– Next
– Please select the type of installation: Upgrade from cacti 0.8.x
– Next
– Upgrade results:
0.8.6f -> 0.8.6g
[Success] ALTER TABLE `host_snmp_cache` CHANGE `snmp_index` `snmp_index` VARCHAR( 255 ) NOT NULL;
[Success] ALTER TABLE `data_local` CHANGE `snmp_index` `snmp_index` VARCHAR( 255 ) NOT NULL;
[Success] ALTER TABLE `graph_local` CHANGE `snmp_index` `snmp_index` VARCHAR( 255 ) NOT NULL;
[Success] ALTER TABLE `graph_templates_graph` CHANGE `lower_limit` `lower_limit` VARCHAR ( 20 ) DEFAULT ‘0’;
[Success] ALTER TABLE `graph_templates_graph` CHANGE `upper_limit` `upper_limit` VARCHAR ( 20 ) DEFAULT ‘0’;
0.8.6g -> 0.8.6h
[Success] ALTER TABLE `host` MODIFY COLUMN `min_time` DECIMAL(10,5) DEFAULT 9.99999;
[Success] ALTER TABLE `host` MODIFY COLUMN `max_time` DECIMAL(10,5) DEFAULT 0.00000;
[Success] ALTER TABLE `host` MODIFY COLUMN `cur_time` DECIMAL(10,5) DEFAULT 0.00000;
[Success] ALTER TABLE `host` MODIFY COLUMN `avg_time` DECIMAL(10,5) DEFAULT 0.00000;
[Success] ALTER TABLE `user_log` MODIFY COLUMN `ip` VARCHAR(40);
[Success] UPDATE graph_templates_item SET text_format = ” WHERE local_graph_id 0 AND color_id = 0 AND graph_type_id IN(4,5,6,7,8) AND text_format ”;
– Next
– Make sure all of these values are correct before continuing.
[FOUND] RRDTool Binary Path: The path to the rrdtool binary. -> /usr/bin/rrdtool
[FOUND] PHP Binary Path: The path to your PHP binary file (may require a php recompile to get this file). -> /usr/bin/php
[FOUND] snmpwalk Binary Path: The path to your snmpwalk binary. -> /usr/bin/snmpwalk
[FOUND] snmpget Binary Path: The path to your snmpget binary. -> /usr/bin/snmpget
[FOUND] snmpbulkwalk Binary Path: The path to your snmpbulkwalk binary. -> /usr/bin/snmpbulkwalk
[FOUND] snmpgetnext Binary Path: The path to your snmpgetnext binary. -> /usr/bin/snmpgetnext
[FOUND] Cacti Log File Path: The path to your Cacti log file. -> /usr/share/cacti/site/log/cacti.log
SNMP Utility Version: The type of SNMP you have installed. Required if you are using SNMP v2c or don’t have embedded SNMP support in PHP. -> NET_SNMP 5.X
RRDTool Utility Version: The version of RRDTool that you have installed. -> RRDTool 1.2.x

– Finish

9. Login

Please enter your Cacti user name and password below:

User Name:

Password:

*waduh, lupa login yang lama*

10. Reset login

:~# mysql -u root cacti

mysql> update user_auth set password=md5(‘admin’) where username=’admin’;

Query OK, 1 row affected (0.08 sec)

Rows matched: 1 Changed: 1 Warnings: 0

11. Browse ke: http://localhost/cacti/

12. Login

Please enter your Cacti user name and password below:

User Name: admin

Password: admin

13. Selesai

Wassalamu’alaikum Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh

4 thoughts on “Upgrade Cacti

  1. mas saya dahh coba install cacti secra manual ..ketika saya ketikan locaclhost/cacti di browser alhamdaulilllah sudah muncul cactinya tapi semua binary masih not found ya mas ..padahal pacakge pendukung cacti nya dahh sya install semua mas kira kira apanya ya ..dahh gitu status device graph sya unkown juga padahal directory crontab juga saya sudah setting
    tolong saya mas ..pliss mohon pencerahaannya ..:)

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