When migrating to new hardware it is sometimes necessary to re-run the IPFire setup.
Open the client console or the terminal via SSH. Then start the setup-wizard:
Note: Remove obsolete NICs before assigning the new NICs.
To accommodate differences between the hardware devices, remove old files for the various graphs and update the sensors that are installed in your system.
Note: If there is an issue with the RRD graphs,
collectd will print dozens of lines to the message log causing big log files.
vnstatto get access to the real files on the IPFire storage device:
/etc/init.d/collectd stop /etc/init.d/vnstat stop
rm /var/log/rrd/*.rrd rm -rf /var/log/rrd/collectd/localhost/*
When the mainboard is changed the sensor-chips will usually change too. So it is necessary to rescan for sensor-chips and remove obsolete rrd-files.
YES to all of the
Do you want to scan for ... ? questions.
/etc/init.d/collectd start /etc/init.d/vnstat start
Finally a reboot is highly recommended.