I’m not familiar at all with munin or how it’s setup. But I did notice these named errors are triggered every time munin-cron is run
Figured out its the ntp_ munin plugin. What I am not sure about is if the symlinks are dynamically or hard coded by the install script. Can I change the ntp servers without breaking anything?
The munin logs are showing this. I have googled, and there is very little information on what is causing this or how to fix it.
2015/08/23-04:15:04  Error output from ntp_220.127.116.11:
2015/08/23-04:15:04  18.104.22.168 is not a peer of this ntpd at /etc/munin/plugins/ntp_22.214.171.124 line 173.
2015/08/23-04:15:04  Service ‘ntp_126.96.36.199’ exited with status 255/0.
2015/08/23-04:15:06  Error output from ntp_188.8.131.52:
2015/08/23-04:15:06  184.108.40.206 is not a peer of this ntpd at /etc/munin/plugins/ntp_220.127.116.11 line 173.
2015/08/23-04:15:06  Service ‘ntp_18.104.22.168’ exited with status 255/0.
Munin is very strange.
We don’t touch the symlinks in setup, but we should. I’ve just committed a change to do a better configuration of munin plugins:
Thanks for tracking down and posting the errors.
I found MiaB on github last night as was reading the commits. You do good work JoshData, thank you for MiaB.