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opReports Configuration

The configuration options for opReports are stored in a text file /usr/local/omk/conf/opCommon.nmis.

Configuration items that are not application specific are detailed on the opCommon Configuration page.

Common Settings to Consider Adjusting

The items below are commonly changed by customers.


SectionNameOriginal ValueDescription
opreportsopreports_opcharts_passwordnm1888opreports needs a user with read only access
opreportsopreports_url_basehttp://yourserver.yourdomain/for creating links in emails, reports


Specific Configuration

The opReports section of opCommon.nmis is for opReports specific configuration items only.

SectionNameOriginal Value
Possible ValuesDescription
opreportsopreports_application_headingundef


opreportsopreports_do_cache_known_reportsundef


opreportsdefault_report_timezoneAEST


opreportsopreports_embedded_graph_size[600,150]

these are final sizes
opreportsopreports_embedded_graph_size_small[300,75]

these are final sizes
opreportsopreports_embedded_nmis_graph_size[452,113]

these are not final, dynamically adjusted based on graph content
opreportsopreports_embedded_nmis_graph_size_small[300,50]

these are not final, dynamically adjusted based on graph content
opreportsopreports_url_basehttp://yourserver.yourdomain/
<url>
opreportsopreports_max_interface_util



opreportsopreports_opcharts_url_basehttp://127.0.0.1:8042
<url>base of opCharts server, eg http://localhost:8042 (no slash at the end)
opreportsopreports_opcharts_usernmis
<username>user needs ro-access
opreportsopreports_opcharts_passwordnm1888
<password>
opreportsopreports_default_css<omk_public>/omk/css/opReports_report.css
<relative url>copied into the report output dir if not present; included in zip and emailed reports
opreportsopreports_default_js<omk_public>/omk/js/opReports_report.js
<relative url>copied into the report output dir if not present; included in zip and emailed reports
opreportsopreports_custom_filesundef

list of other files (e.g. logos) to copy/include with html reports e.g. [ '/path/to/my/logo.png', '/some/other/file.jpg' ]
opreportsopreports_output_dirs[ '<omk_reports>' ]
<relative filepaths>authorized output directories for opreports on-demand reports are always saved in <omk_reports_ondemand>
opreportsopreports_availability_nodata_separatefalse
true, falseavailability report: treat 'no data' periods as separate from up/down, or include those in up?
opreportsopreports_availability_average_packetlossfalse
true, falseavailability report: 'opreports_availability_average_packetloss' defaults to false:
false: "Percentage of readings with some amount of packet loss (Count readings with any packet loss / Number of readings)"
true: "Average Packet Loss (Sum of packets lost / Number of readings)"
opreportsopreports_ms_availability_strictfalse
true, falsemonitored_services report: treat 'no data' periods as 'not down' unless 'opreports_ms_availability_strict' set 'true': defaults to false
opreportsdefault_report_keep_for{ 'daily' => 40, 'weekly' => 48*7, 'monthly' => 24*31, 'yearly' => 5*365, 'on-demand' => 42 }

how many days scheduled reports are kept if the schedule doesn't specify a limit and also covers on-demand reports via the pseudo-frequency 'on-demand'
opreportsopreports_selftest_rules{ 'last_scheduler' => 3*3600, 'min_diskfree' => 10, 'max_jobage' => 3*3600 }


opreportsreport_ups_configured_modelsPOWERALERT-APC' => {
'exclude_nodegraphs_in_this_report_type' => 'health,upspwr,upsbattemp'
},
'POWERALERT-ups' => {
'exclude_nodegraphs_in_this_report_type' => 'health,upspwr,upsbattemp'
},


configuration settings for UPS Configured Models Report:
opreportsreport_wan_levels1' => {
"name"=>"Default",
"description" => "The Default report contains a modest default level of details.",
"extras" => "ResponseTime,InOutErrorDiscards,AvgMaxInOutBits",
},
'2' => {
"name"=>"Full Detail",
"description" => "The Full Detail report includes all known options.",
"extras" => "ResponseTime,InOutErrorDiscards,AvgMaxInOutBits,ErrPct,ErrExc,DiscPct,DiscExc,Util95,UtilExc",
}


# known extras that can be specified:
# ResponseTime: shows the response time
# InOutErrorDiscards: includes interface discard and error stats
# AvgMaxInOutBits: includes average and max of transfer rates
# ErrPct: include maxima of in/out error percentages
# ErrExc: include number of exceptions above wan_error_exception_threshold
# DiscPct: include maxima of in/out discard percentages
# DiscExc: include number of exceptions above wan_discards_exception_threshold
# Util95: include 95th percentile of in/out utilisation
# UtilExc: include number of exceptions above wan_util_exception_threshold
opreportsreport_summary_levelsLow' => { "threshold" => -1,
"description" => "Low Util (<= 45%)",
"color" => "green" },
"Minor" => { "threshold" => 45,
"description" => "Minor Util (<= 80%)",
"color" => "yellow"},
"Major" => { "threshold" => 80,
"description" => "Major Util (> 80%)",
"color" => "red" },


for the link categorisation in the traffic summary report threshold is compared against utilisation (lowest cat with util > threshold is chosen)
opreportsreport_jcos_levelsdefault' => {
'util' => {
'ok' => { description => "<70%", threshold => -1, color => "" },
'yellow' => { description => ">70%", threshold => 70, color => "#ffff00" },
'orange' => { description => ">80%", threshold => 80, color => "#ff8900" },
'red' => { description => ">90%", threshold => 80, color => "#ff0000" },
},
'util95th' => {
'ok' => { description => "<90%", threshold => -1, color => "" },
'yellow' => { description => ">90%", threshold => 90, color => "#ffff00" },
'orange' => { description => ">95%", threshold => 95, color => "#ff8900" },
'red' => { description => "100%", threshold => 100, color => "#ff0000" },
},
'dropped' => {
'ok' => { description => "0%", threshold => -1, color => "" },
'yellow' => { description => "<5%", threshold => 0, color => "#ffff00" },
'orange' => { description => ">5%", threshold => 5, color => "#ff8900" },
'red' => { description => ">10%", threshold => 10, color => "#ff0000" },
}
},


for colorisation of the juniper cos report
opreportsreport_groupedavailability_levelsdefault' => {
'lowest' => { description => "<98%", threshold => -1, color => "#ff0000" },
'low' => { description => "98 < 99%", threshold => 98, color => "#ff8900" },
'high' => { description => "99 < 100%", threshold => 99, color => "#ffff00" },
'good' => { description => "100%", threshold => 100, color => "" },
},


for categorisation and coloration of the grouped availability report
opreportsreport_node_availability_colorsdown' => '#d9534f',
'unreachable' => '#e6e619',
'up' => '#59cf59',
'partially_reachable' =>'#288a28'


for custom node availability colors.
report_snapshot_levelsbinary"Low" => { "color" => "green", "description" => "Low Util", "threshold" => -1 },
"High" => { "color" => "red", "description" => "High Util", "threshold" => 50 }


for colorisation in the traffic snapshot report threshold is compared against utilisation (lowest cat with util > threshold is chosen)
report_snapshot_levelsquarterslowest' => { 'color' => "#93cc5e", "description" => "<10%", threshold => -1 },
'quarter' => { 'color' => "#fffa48", "description" => "10-25%", threshold => 10 },
'secondq' => { 'color' => "#ffbe3a", "description" => "25-50%", threshold => 25 },
'upperhalf' => { 'color' => "#ff2121", "description" => ">50%", threshold => 50 },


for colorisation in the traffic snapshot report threshold is compared against utilisation (lowest cat with util > threshold is chosen)
report_snapshot_levelsfifths"lowest" =>{
"color" =>"#004d00",
"description" =>"under 1%",
"threshold" => -1,
},
"firstthird" => {
"description" =>"1-30%",
"color" =>"#008000",
"threshold" => 1,
},
"secondthird" =>{
"color" =>"#00ff00",
"description" =>"30-60%",
"threshold" =>30,
},
"prettyhigh" => {
"threshold" =>60,
"color" =>"#c6ff1a",
"description" =>"60-80%",
},
"veryhigh" => {
"color" =>"#ffa31a",
"description" =>"above 80%",
"threshold" =>80,
},


for colorisation in the traffic snapshot report threshold is compared against utilisation (lowest cat with util > threshold is chosen)
report_wan_distributionsDefault WAN Distribution Levels Descending"group4" =>{
"description" => "<=30%",
"min" => 0,
"max" => 30,
},
"group3" => {
"description" => ">30% <=70%",
"min" => 30,
"max" => 70,
},
"group2" =>{
"description" => ">70% <=90%",
"min" => 70,
"max" => 90,
},
"group1" => {
"description" => ">90%",
"min" => 90,
"max" => 1000000,
},



report_wan_distributionsDefault WAN Distribution Levels Ascending"group1" =>{
"description" => "<=30%",
"min" => 0,
"max" => 30,
},
"group2" => {
"description" => ">30% <=70%",
"min" => 30,
"max" => 70,
},
"group3" =>{
"description" => ">70% <=90%",
"min" => 70,
"max" => 90,
},
"group4" => {
"description" => ">90%",
"min" => 90,
"max" => 1000000,
},


groupings for wan utilization distribution reports:
groups will be displayed sorted on groupname ascending.
max max set to an unusually high 1000000% as a catchall since values > 100% can be expected.
the 'first' of the 2 options presented here 'Default WAN Distribution Levels Descending' is the default option.
for on-demand scheduling GUI the 'last' of the 2 options presented here 'Default WAN Distribution Levels Ascending' is set as default in GUI
opreport_rulescondition_low_wanutilfalse
true, falsefalse: define acceptable utilisation as anything below wantil_high.
true: acceptable utilisation is between wanutil_ok and wanutil_high
opreport_rulescpu_veryhigh30
<integer>
opreport_rulescpu_high20
<integer>
opreport_rulescpu_moderate12
<integer>
opreport_rulescpu_exception_threshold20
<integer>
opreport_rulesmem_free_verylow10
<integer>
opreport_rulesmem_free_low25
<integer>
opreport_rulesiomem_free_verylow10
<integer>
opreport_rulesiomem_free_low25
<integer>
opreport_rulesswap_veryhigh50
<integer>
opreport_rulesswap_high20
<integer>
opreport_rulesswap_moderate10
<integer>
opreport_rulesreachability_verylow99.9
<decimal>
opreport_rulesreachability_low99.999
<decimal>
opreport_rulesavailability_verylow80
<integer>
opreport_rulesavailability_low95
<integer>
opreport_rulesqos_highutil75
<integer>
opreport_rulesqos_lowutil1
<integer>
opreport_rulesqos_droppkt1
<integer>
opreport_rulesuptime_shortest_days7
<integer>
opreport_rulesuptime_longest_days365
<integer>
opreport_rulesresponse_exception_threshold10
<integer>
opreport_ruleswan_nettypeswan
<regex>should be a regular expression: nodes with nonmatching network types are ignored
opreport_ruleswan_availability_low99.9
<decimal>
opreport_ruleswan_availability_verylow95
<integer>
opreport_ruleswanutil_veryhigh80
<integer>
opreport_ruleswanutil_high65
<integer>
opreport_ruleswanutil_ok20
<integer>
opreport_ruleswanutil_low10
<integer>
opreport_ruleswanutil_max_ok80
<integer>
opreport_ruleswanutil_max_low80
<integer>
opreport_ruleswanutil_exception_threshold60
<integer>
opreport_ruleswan_error_exception_threshold1
<integer>
opreport_ruleswan_discards_exception_threshold1
<integer>
opreport_ruleswan_errors_high1
<integer>
opreport_ruleswan_discards_high1
<integer>