Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 467471
Cumin Graphs don't appear in Safari
Last modified: 2011-08-12 12:02:33 EDT
Description of problem:
The throughput graphs for an individual queue are not showing up. Safari doesn't know what to do with them. There is no prompt for a plugin.
This is important because Disney and Dreamworks have a lot of Macs and will be looking at Cumin using their Macs. (They may use Firefox but they will also likely use Safari).
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
Actually it is not just Safari but also FireFox 3.0.2.
With Firefox it is a bit different. There is a quick flash of the graph but then they disappear and show the string "stats". The flash happens every 3 seconds or so.
----- python trace -----
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "/home/cumin/mgmt/cumin/python/wooly/server.py", line 113, in service
response = page.render(session)
File "/home/cumin/mgmt/cumin/python/wooly/__init__.py", line 235, in render
string = self.do_render(session, *args)
File "/home/cumin/mgmt/cumin/python/cumin/stat.py", line 242, in do_render
File "/home/cumin/mgmt/cumin/python/cumin/charts.py", line 95, in plot_x_axis
As it turns out, this is just a plain old charts exploding bug. It appears this may be happening because fonts are not installed, as is suggested in this bug:
So I've changed the platform and OS selection above to All and All. This wasn't a Mac issue just bad timing when I decided to check the UI on my Mac.
I've addressed this in the newest package, cumin-0.1.2751-1.el5.
I can vouch that this dep is now in the rpm.