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[WARN] Your install is out of date, last update: Tue, 04 Jul 2017 21:41:22 +0000
[OK] Database connection successful
[OK] Database schema correct
First, it hasn’t updated in the last day because it’s been offline while I work on underlying infrastructure upgrades that are unrelated. It has been successfully upgrading for months now.
Second, the issue…
I have LibreNMS monitoring two proxmox nodes that are in a cluster. Sometimes I need to reboot a node for updates, or other reasons. When I reboot one of these nodes, LibreNMS starts getting wonky info about fan RPM and voltage readings for the node. This is corrected by rediscovering the device. This seems to happen 100% of the times when rebooting the node, and rediscover seems to make the values line up correctly.
So for example, I would get the +3.3v info in the +5v field, and others are misaligned similarly too.
After I rediscover the node I have to reset the low/high values each time too, this seems to get reset for some reason too.
This issue has been going on for many months, and has spanned multiple proxmox upgrades including 4.3, 4.4, and now 5.0.
I do not see any indication that this is a proxmox-side issue.
I am unsure when this issue actually started.
The nodes are interfaced via snmp v3.