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It looks like the maps are still having some issues .
When I try to graph one of the things with maps I get a black image and when I try to click on it I get a server error.
Here is an excerpt from webserver logs that I am getting :
[Mon Dec 01 19:47:45 2008] [error] [client *******] PHP Notice: Undefined index: in /usr/share/pear/Image/Graph/Plotarea/Map.php on line 191, referer: http://\******/base/base_graph_main.php
[Mon Dec 01 19:47:45 2008] [error] [client *******] PHP Warning: Division by zero in /usr/share/pear/Image/Graph/Marker/Circle.php on line 74, referer: http://\******/base/base_graph_main.php
[Mon Dec 01 19:47:56 2008] [error] [client *******] PHP Fatal error: Allowed memory size of 134217728 bytes exhausted (tried to allocate 32 bytes) in /usr/share/pear/Image/Canvas.php on line 449, referer: http://\*******/base/base_graph_main.php
I know those things seem to appear in other packages , but obviously the referrer is base's code and maybe something is not being passed right to them.
This is Fedora Core 8 and all latest updates (up to today) have been installed with yum.
I am using ip2cc for maps feature.
this is a known problem, which I have not really a solution for.
However, there is a patch for a possibly indirectly related bug,
that fixes the missing legends with pie charts. Right this
patch seems to ease the problem, at least for me:
Cf. also the README.graph_alert_data in the docs subdirectory
of the BASE source code.
The PEAR::Image_Graph library is generally somewhat problematic, as there
are several problems, but its development seems to have slowed down.
Any suggestions for a replacement library with a free license, i.e.
allowing for private AND commercial use (therefore jpgraph is
NOT an option), are welcome.
Thanks a lot!
This actually made the maps work.