This section describes ways to troubleshoot flows when the feature does not work or performs suboptimally.
Telemetryd receives and decodes flows on Horizon, so you can run the following checks to determine that it works as expected:
Are routers sending data?
Minion health check
OpenNMS health check
Are sink consumer graphs populated?
Is SNMP available on the routers that provide Netflow?
Review OpenNMS and Minion logs
The Troubleshoot Telemetryd article on Discourse provides details on how to run these checks.
In a scenario where you see no data or incorrect data, you should view the state and parameters of telemetry listeners, and whether they are processing data and information with the following command:
If you store flows in Elasticsearch, you can use Kibana to check if flow documents (raw and/or aggregated) are written to Elasticsearch. You must know your endpoint address and API key.
Run the following curl command:
The query returns a list of indices.
Those that start with a
. are system indices.
All others are regular indices.
Regular indices appear only when Elasticsearch is receiving flows.
If you have persisted flows but they do not appear in Helm, check the configuration in
etc/org.opennms.features.flows.persistence.elastic.cfg, in particular, the
If you are using aggregated flows, make sure your
aggregate.elasticIndexStrategy matches the index strategy you configured in the streaming analytics tool.
To persist only raw flows or only aggregated flows in Elasticsearch, you must set
(For more information on troubleshooting Elasticsearch, refer to the Elasticsearch documentation.)