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Thread: Graphs and Zimlets not displaying?

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    Default Image display comes in time

    I experienced the display of images occurs after a while, and the service has to be enabled. E.g. if you want to see Virus stats, you will have to enable clamav AND you need to have received at least one virus. Same is true for other services. At least this is what happened on my fresh install ....

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    Default Other Tabs - Anti-Spam/Anti-Virus Activity

    Quote Originally Posted by martinfst View Post
    I experienced the display of images occurs after a while, and the service has to be enabled. E.g. if you want to see Virus stats, you will have to enable clamav AND you need to have received at least one virus. Same is true for other services. At least this is what happened on my fresh install ....
    Several hours passed from my fresh install and some messages are send.

    Do you now why others images into Tabs "Message Count", "Message Volume", "Disk" too are not show ?

    I see the location of this images with Plugin for Firefox WebDeveloper. Example: the location is
    https://10.82.6.67:7071/service/stat...sage_Bytes.gif

    Then I found this gif in the server at the path
    /opt/zimbra/logger/db/work/mta.ubuntu.prevnet.day.Message_Bytes.gif

    The location in the web is correct?

    I wipe the cache in the browser firefox. Close the browser e nothing more and the images are now displayed.

    Tanks a lot!
    Last edited by jarbelix; 11-24-2006 at 07:31 AM. Reason: Work for me

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    Default Crontab running oke?

    Do you know if your crontabs are oke? Check (as root) with something like:

    Code:
    crontab -l -u zimbra | less
    You should find several entries referring to the log files. I assume (remember: I only started recently in Zimbra ) your cron is running.

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    Quote Originally Posted by martinfst View Post
    Do you know if your crontabs are oke? Check (as root) with something like:

    Code:
    crontab -l -u zimbra | less
    You should find several entries referring to the log files. I assume (remember: I only started recently in Zimbra ) your cron is running.
    Tanks martinfst. Now is working!!!

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