Creating a NagVis map
Adding PNP graphs to the dashboard will require you to create a NagVis map. This map can then be added as a dashboard item.
The documentation explains how to add a graph object for a NagVis map.
On the part of the documentation mentioning "gadget_opts", it may take some know-how to find what source/view to look at. There is no straightforward way to find this out however apart from viewing the graph's XML definition. The XML files can be found in
Below is an example of a NagVis map with a PNP graph added:
In the graph above, the host is
GOMBURZA-op5-system and the service is
CPU - Total. The XML to be viewed then will be
/opt/monitor/op5/pnp/perfdata/GOMBURZA-op5-system/CPU_-_Total.xml, and the details held in the XML file will be used to populate the "gadget_ops" for the graph object.
Adding the NagVis map to the dashboard
Once the Nagvis map has been created, take a note of the map's name. On the dashboard, add a NagVis widget and select the map you created:
Once added, the dashboard should now show the graph as well:
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