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Author: bronco

RPi-Monitor 2nd approach

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Post time 2016-1-22 06:57:11 | Show all posts
joecz replied at 2015-12-23 18:55
Following post 1 and this one I successfully updated previous version of RPi-monitor. But selecting ...

Hi

I follow the instrunctions presented by @bronco and i get it up and running with the new information widgets, but i encounter the very same promen of missing rrd databses, i look up for the problem on google and find some discusion about the rrd files here, and reading the code i find a solution:

so just delete the stat folder wich contains the rrd files
  1. sudo rm /var/lib/rpimonitor/stats
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and restart the rpimonitor
  1. sudo /etc/init.d/rpimonitor stop
  2. sudo /etc/init.d/rpimonitor-helper stop
  3. sudo /etc/init.d/rpimonitor start
  4. sudo /etc/init.d/rpimonitor-helper start
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Or restart the board

The folder and the missing files will be automatically created again.
Hope this helps.

-Logan


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Post time 2016-3-31 02:11:57 | Show all posts
What version of RPi-Monitor is this for ? I installed version 2.0, and my folder structure is different.
I don't have a template folder, and the configuration file is in
  1. /etc/rpimonitord.conf.d/default.conf
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Post time 2016-3-31 18:58:08 From the mobile phone | Show all posts
Edited by lmeyer at 2016-3-31 19:02

Thanks @trpaslikcz. I got everything working. I uninstalled rpimonitor, and then reinstalled it by following to the letter the procedure given in the links above.
The rpimonitor version needed is 2.10.

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Post time 2017-2-19 07:23:04 | Show all posts
Hi,


It appears the download for the template is down. http://kaiser-edv.de/downloads/RPi-Monitor-for-H3.tgz


I have it working via the old thread's manual template, but I think there is a few data points not present on the "old version" that the new template had.


Also, not sure if this is known, but for the Orange Pi Lite, RAM is not shown and just shows "NankB" It does show total RAM, just not available/used.

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Post time 2017-2-19 17:19:55 | Show all posts
I believe here is the latest version:
https://github.com/igorpecovnik/ ... ipts/armbianmonitor

In case you find a bug push it there.

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Post time 2017-2-20 21:24:26 | Show all posts

There's no need to fiddle around with templates and stuff like that. Simply use Armbian and there 'sudo rpimonitor -r' to get RPi-Monitor installed and also latest version of templates on H2+/H3 boards.

This works in Armbian since one whole year: http://www.cnx-software.com/2016 ... y-pi-and-orange-pi/

Regarding DRAM: the values RPi-Monitor displays are of no interest on any platform (most if not all SBC users fail to understand Linux' virtual memory concept and why 'free memory' is bad memory) so I really didn't take care to 'fix' here any values to be displayed. You can fiddle around in the unaltered template where memory utilization should be parsed but please keep in mind that Armbian supports both legacy and mainline kernels, a lot more Linux SoC families than just H2+/H3 and userspace tools to report memory usage work differently between different distros. So no, there's nothing to fix, simply ignore memory values collected by RPi-Monitor.

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Post time 2017-2-24 07:35:32 | Show all posts
$sudo rpimonitor -r
sudo: rpimonitor: command not found


I'm on Armbian 5.25

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Post time 2017-2-24 14:18:36 | Show all posts
Edited by igorpec at 2017-2-24 07:19
poor_red_neck replied at 2017-2-24 00:35
$sudo rpimonitor -r
sudo: rpimonitor: command not found

If your 5.25 has build date 2.2, than you have a broken build. We noticed problems two days after images rebuilt and we rebuild all images two days after.

If you don't have build date 4.2. you need to download and reinstall image since things are missing. Sorry.
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