Thanks William Did you use nanobsd oder the normal install?I think it's a problem with nanobsd and the rrd-update script.Than it works, at least for me with this workaround.
One of my professional duties in my past ten years was monitoring systems.
I haven't tried to add another device to see if it occurs again.
The df plugin for collectd uses /proc/mount to determine which drives to check free space on and if / is in there twice, it tries to update the entry for / twice and causes the problem.
The solution is to add the following to the /etc/collectd/file: Then I restarted collectd and my logs were peaceful again.
Do you have an advice for me, how i can solve this problem?!
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The template switch allows you to specify which data sources you are going to update and in which order.
If the data sources specified in the template are not available in the RRD file, the update process will abort with an error message.
if the third data source DST is COMPUTE, the third input value will be mapped to the fourth data source in the RRD and so on).