Netdata package is now available in XCP-ng


  • XCP-ng Team

    No, I don't know. The iptables rules are rebuilt each time your host starts, and the additional rules for netdata are added when the netdata service starts.



  • @stormi

    I just realized your icon is from Keen4. I use to play that game when I was much younger.

    Thanks again for all your help!



  • @PC_123
    For anyone who has this issue in the future.

    The command stormi provided did fix the problem on a running machine. Unfortunately it did not persist following a reboot.

    The command: iptables -F

    Seems to be a better long term solution.

    Thanks again to @stormi for isolating the issue.


  • XCP-ng Team

    That command I provided is run each time the netdata service starts. So the proper fix is to find out why it doesn't work. Maybe it runs too soon and a dependency needs to be added to another systemd unit.

    iptables -F is NOT a fix nor a "better long term solution". It simply deletes all the iptables rules, so basically you're disabling the firewall. By the way it does not survive a reboot.



  • @olivierlambert I'm experiencing something similar. I recently installed XCP-ng, and the trial Premium license. But it also gives me the netdata not available error. I also don't think I have a xapi0:

    uuid ( RO)                : 35124aac-2b87-4fff-8bc7-44ac346437fa
              name-label ( RW): Host internal management network
        name-description ( RW): Network on which guests will be assigned a private link-local IP address which can be used to talk XenAPI
                  bridge ( RO): xenapi
    
    
    uuid ( RO)                : e2e0991c-17a1-22ce-1b3c-ba5178105b7a
              name-label ( RW): Pool-wide network associated with eth4
        name-description ( RW):
                  bridge ( RO): xenbr4
    
    
    uuid ( RO)                : 63d1ff98-833c-f39f-cc65-d5843b20b037
              name-label ( RW): Pool-wide network associated with eth3
        name-description ( RW):
                  bridge ( RO): xenbr3
    
    
    uuid ( RO)                : 8b649421-9686-d09c-19f0-8726c04f9134
              name-label ( RW): Pool-wide network associated with eth0
        name-description ( RW):
                  bridge ( RO): xenbr0
    
    
    uuid ( RO)                : 8c47afa9-3bc0-dec0-3c2e-cd304d28b064
              name-label ( RW): Pool-wide network associated with eth2
        name-description ( RW):
                  bridge ( RO): xenbr2
    
    
    uuid ( RO)                : 37e022e3-d5dd-e0ea-0be6-e2f07d6c75fc
              name-label ( RW): Pool-wide network associated with eth1
        name-description ( RW):
                  bridge ( RO): xenbr1
    

    I would prefer to use the integrated installation, so that I can be assured of compatibility, etc. Thanks in advance. The product is awesome!



  • @stormi @olivierlambert

    Trying to install it on my xcp-ng host and it having issue with the mirrors.

    Do we need to do anything else?

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  • XCP-ng Team

    You had the same issue with two different mirrors according to the message, so I'd first look at network issues or configuration.



  • @stormi

    Just tired downloading one of the package from my other computer and it worked. issue seem to only be with my xcp-ng host. not sure how to troubleshoot this.


  • XCP-ng Team

    I can't help right now myself but I'm sure other users will have ideas. Can you open a separate thread since it's not directly related to netdata?



  • @stormi

    Edit:
    Thank you! Got it working and looking good.

    Troubleshooting non related to Netdata.
    I remember I change my upstream DNS to Quad 9 recently (1 week ago) and I just change it to Cloudflair (1.1.1.1) and it was the problem.

    Look like Quad 9 (9.9.9.9) does not like the Mirrors for some reason.


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