#2 Drill down graphs do not display

pastmon (2)
Mike Dean

It appears that everything is installed and running fine. The main summary page comes up and shows the graphs (for all sections of the "Level" menu). However, if I drill down and set a filter to look at something specific, or try to look at the internal stats, all I get is a blank page. I don't see any errors in /var/log/messages and there isn't a log file for PHP (even though I turned it on in php.ini).

I also captured packets from the pastmon webserver (everything is on one) to the client and I don't see any errors there either. The server, when I try to run a filter returns an HTTP 200 OK but also has a content length of 0.

The GET string was

GET /pastmon/plot.php?datefrom=2010-04-14&timefrom=00%3A00%3A00&dateto=2010-04-15&timeto=23%3A59%3A00&graph=Summary&plottype=line&sfun=sum&intvl=3600&ip=

I've re-installed a couple of times, the user pastmon is able to log in to the database (user access is set to "trust") and I believe there is data in the tables.

Any ideas?




  • Hi Mike,
    A few questions:

    What version of operating system, apache, PHP, jpgraph and PasTmon are you using?

    Your problem sounds like an issue with jpgraph - there was a recent problem i encountered with a very recent version jpgraph where they had moved some chart features into a new / separate include file.


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  • Mike Dean
    Mike Dean

    Version info:

    RHEL: 5.5 (2.6.18-194.el5)
    PHP: 5.1.6-27
    PasTmon: 0-14.1
    jpraph: 3.0.7

    I've tried finding an older version of jpgraph, but haven't been able to locate anything but 3.0.7 so far.



  • Mike,
    I am using jpgraph-2.3 at the moment. I suspect your much more recent version if the cause of your problem. Here are some locations where you may be able to get the older 2.3 version:


  • Mike Dean
    Mike Dean

    The older version of jpgraph solved the problem, thanks!

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  • Thanks for the update. I'm closing this support request now.

    Regards, glbevan