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1) The old version created Zenoss locations for Amazon regions.  This doesn't appear to be happening any more.  Is this as designed or have I missed something?
 
1) The old version created Zenoss locations for Amazon regions.  This doesn't appear to be happening any more.  Is this as designed or have I missed something?
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2) I am not getting any graphs for anything - regions, instances, etc - just NaN on the graphs.  Don't have an entry for my EC2 device under $ZENHOME/perf/Devices even.  Suggestions??
 
2) I am not getting any graphs for anything - regions, instances, etc - just NaN on the graphs.  Don't have an entry for my EC2 device under $ZENHOME/perf/Devices even.  Suggestions??
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Make sure zenpython is running.
  
 
Love the links from regions to instances / volumes etc - folk must check the screenshots though or they may not realise the snazzy functionality that is there!
 
Love the links from regions to instances / volumes etc - folk must check the screenshots though or they may not realise the snazzy functionality that is there!

Revision as of 16:26, 22 April 2013

This looks like it has lots more useful staff than the old version. Couple of questions:

1) The old version created Zenoss locations for Amazon regions. This doesn't appear to be happening any more. Is this as designed or have I missed something?


2) I am not getting any graphs for anything - regions, instances, etc - just NaN on the graphs. Don't have an entry for my EC2 device under $ZENHOME/perf/Devices even. Suggestions??

Make sure zenpython is running.

Love the links from regions to instances / volumes etc - folk must check the screenshots though or they may not realise the snazzy functionality that is there!

Cheers, Jane