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Identifying loaded maps from webserver logs

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Morning folks,

I am trying to peruse the webserver logs for our server a bit to see who's loging into where and why and im having some issues reading the web server logs with regards to maps.

The only info i can find is the GID style figure &mapid=ED158C26-9135-47F1-AA66-3D92C41BBFC5

What looks like the map ID but is not the correct format &myid=0179695

and the hashed url &urlhash=b5fb02e72735d5f9bf551513723aca2650633ebe

Any advice as to how to work out which map items these relate to? Loading the entire api looking url

"/public/chart.png forcepng=true&type=graph&id=74760&graphid=0&width=310&height=160&tooltexts=1&"graphstyling=baseFontSize='0' showLegend='0'"&mapid=ED158C26-9135-47F1-AA66-3D92C41BBFC5&myid=0179710&urlhash=848248c23ac894b5578c0d47a280931bb15d9739"

Returns Not Found.

Kindest sam

logs maps webserver

Created on Sep 3, 2018 9:03:44 AM by  Samuel Ashdown (60) 1 1



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Hi Samual,

You've got the wrong ID here :)

You'll find the map's unique ID with the field "&id". In your case, this would be the map with the ID 74760.

You then can access the map with the following URL: https://<yourPRTGserver>/map.htm?id=74760&tabid=1

I hope this helps!


Andreas Günther
Tech Support, Paessler AG

Created on Sep 3, 2018 3:17:13 PM by  Andreas Günther [Paessler Support]



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