Apologize if this is in the wrong section.
My issue is essentially that I finally was able to get JasperReports up and installed on a remote host. But I’m having a bunch of issues I’m not sure is the issue of an install/configuration problem from myself or if Icinga is not compatible with Jasper. Also to note that I do have icinga-reporting 1.10 installed as you can see the templates are indeed there in the screenshot.
Here are some things:
- I get a notification for something, lets say Check Memory on [host] but when I run “notification report for services in given time” nothing shows up.
- Same thing as above to a point, Check Memory is in critical, which should be downtime if I’m not mistaken, yet when I run “downtime report about a selected service”, nothing shows up.
- When I run “Host availability report” for any host, I get a bunch of “100% nonok” for services that are completely fine and haven’t went critical for months.
- Another example below
dns00-ns00 is DOWN! Info: CRITICAL - 126.96.36.199 lost 20% > 20% When: 2018-09-19 10:30:26 -0400 Host: dns00-ns00 IPv4: 188.8.131.52
As you can see, host is down. Critical, but if you look at a screenshot below, the “host downtime report” shows nothing.
I’ve read that Icingas logs don’t mesh well with the reporting options (like I only got one day of alerts for thruk and then nothing after the initial install date for thruk). I’m assuming this is purely an icinga problem but I want to make sure before I pass to management that there exists no competent automated reporting tools for icinga.