Installation and configuration process view in cacti
Install and configure using cacti flowview Our Cacti tutorial playlist: Note: This section contains information on how to install the plug-in (flowview) in cacti/plugin_flowview: Cacti’s FlowView plug-in Step 1: Use PuTTY Sudo -i to log in to Cacti as root Installation Step2: Enter the new plugins directory cd /var/www/html/cacti/plugins/ Step3: Use the following command to download the cacti plugin: wget Download link: Step4: Verify the file you have downloaded ls Step5: Unzip the archive: plugin you download The folder tar -zvxf v3.2.tar.gz Step6: Change the plugin folder name mv plugin_flowview-3.2/flowview Step7: Need full root access chmod -R 777 /var/www/html/cacti/plugins/flowview Step8 : Go to Configuration | Plugin Management. You should now be able to see the settings plugin in the available list. # Cacti Flow Service The two files in this directory are the init.d and systemd service control files for the flowview plug-in service. #Features There are two types of collectors for flow views. One requires only Cacti, and the second requires flow. -tools binary file package. # Installation## System based on Init.d* First, copy the flow-capture file to /etc/init.d/* Then, run’chkconfig –add flow-capture * Then, edit /etc/init.d/ flow -capture and make sure the cacti_base variable is set correctly* Finally, run: /etc/init.d/flow-capture start This will start the service. ## The SystemD-based system in this video uses SystemD-based system settings* First, use the following command to copy the file flow-capture.service to /lib/systemd/system cp /var/www/html/cacti/plugins/flowview /service/ flow-capture.service /lib/systemd/system * Then, edit the file and make sure the path of the flow-capture script is accurate* Then, run “systemctl enable flow-capture” and you will get the following message Created symlink /etc /systemd/ system/multi-user.target.wants/flow-capture.service → /lib/systemd/system/flow-capture.service. * Finally, run: systemctl start flow-capture followed by: systemctl status flow-capture and wait for the polling time to verify whether the service is really running as expected. ExecStart=/usr/bin/php -q /var/www/html/cacti/plugins/flowview/service/flow-capture –systemd The last step is to enable the flowview plug-in flowview installation and configuration is successful, only need to configure flowview settings for the listener#cactus #flowview #plugins.