[Dxspider-support] Re: Mrtg revisited
djk at tobit.co.uk
Fri Sep 27 13:02:53 BST 2002
The Mrtg.pm file is in CVS (by now in the nightly tarball on the website
[http://www.dxcluster.org/download/CVSlatest.tgz]). This will regenerate
an mrtg.cfg in /spider/mrtg, together will all the input files with
If you are running mrtg externally, if you use the keyword 'test' in
your crontab, then the mrtg program will not be run for you by DXSpider
and it will also not check for the existance of the mrtg binary in the
certain standard (unix) places.
00,05,... * * * * run_command('mrtg test all')
This will simply regenerate all the files. You can roll your own mrtg.pm
from the one generated, run mrtg separately using the data supplied in
the same directory. In fact you can run mrtg in 'daemon' mode. This is
actually more efficient (I believe this is possible in both unix and
microsoft versions). You use your own mrtg.cfg and time the updates to
(say) one minute after the crontab has generated the data.
On Fri, 27 Sep 2002
10:36:41+0100"Le Boutillier, keith, D" <keith at gtonline.net> wrote:
> Hi All
> Owell from one extreme to the other here struggling to get Digest-
> SHA1 the other day on a windows system to now installing and
> getting MRTG up and running on a windows PC.
> Spider Ver 1.50 now installed and running very well.
> MRTG is running and Iam getting graphical data from cluster/MRTG
> I would be most great full if one of you Linux guys could forward
> me a copy of your
> MRTG.CFG and MRTG.PM and any other file that is relevant so I can
> setup spider and MRTG correctly.
> Keith GU6EFB
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