[mrtg] Re: merging cfg files w/ 2.9.2
bakers at web-ster.com
Wed Nov 8 17:52:48 MET 2000
Did you look into the "forks" command?
At 03:43 PM 11/7/2000 +0545, MRTG Mailing list wrote:
>I have just upgraded to 2.9.2 from 2.8.12. I used to have multiple cfg
>files, one for each router and was executing them via cron every 5 mins.
>Now I have daemonized mrtg (which I believe will considerably reduce
>CPU usage during execution) for every cfg file, ie I have 9 instances of
>mrtg running in daemon mode. This does reduce CPU usage but seems to
>gobble up memory instead.
>Hence can I run only one instance of mrtg with a single cfg file (all cfg
>files appended to one) ?
>If yes, Is this advisable ?
>If yes, will it take up less memory ?
>If yes, then how do I specify different global option like WorkDir for
>my different cfg files after being merged into one file as it can be only
>defined once per cfg file ?
>Thanks in advance...
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