[mrtg] Re: many cfg files!

David Sawyer david.sawyer at uk.mckhboc.com
Fri Jul 13 13:53:21 MEST 2001

Take a look at my Windows daemon that I have created (there is a link on the
Companion page on the MRTG site).
It now includes instructions on how to make the program a service by using
the firedaemon software and you can still change the scripts without having
to stop/start the service.

There is also a link to another page of mine on how to list your top
talkers, step 3 includes (no pun intended :-) ) an example of how I organise
my scripts, maybe that could be of help to you also.


> -----Original Message-----
> From:	f741r [SMTP:f741r at unb.ca]
> Here is a copy of my generic.cfg, however, I'm still getting many
> instances of 
> perl running when i look in the task manager. I think it's a problem with 
> my"runAsDaemon" statement. I currently have it in the generic.cfg as well
> as 
> the cfgs for the various routers. If you figure this out, could you please
> let 
> me know. If you have any questions about this, also let me know!
> ------------------
> RunAsDaemon:yes
> LogFormat: rrdtool
> PathAdd: c:\apps\rrdtool\src\tool_release\
> LibAdd: c:\apps\rrdtool\perl-shared
> WorkDir: c:\inetpub\wwwroot\mrtg
> Options[_]: growright,bits
> Include: c:\apps\mrtg\mrtg-2.9.14\bin\NBSR.cfg
> Include: c:\apps\mrtg\mrtg-2.9.14\bin\SusNursery.cfg
> Include: c:\apps\mrtg\mrtg-2.9.14\bin\wdlleortr89.cfg
> ...
> --------------------------
> That's about it. Just write the path to all your other cfg files.
> It should work. However, I'm finding that using Firedaemon to start the 
> process, even when I stop it, it still updates the graphs. Does anyone
> know 
> why??
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