[mrtg] Re: flat graphs using RRDTOOL
johant at vision.net.id
Tue Oct 30 03:18:11 MET 2001
Actually i'm very new here..... ;p
and i use mrtg before, so is there any explanation how to use this rrdtool ?
Like in mrtg, we must cfgmaker 1st, then mrtg and then display it at web....
how rrdtool does all the graphs, because it's very usefull for us to
monitoring our network using the rrdtool ( i see it at the galery at rrdtool
----- Original Message -----
From: "Greg DeRenne" <greg.derenne at openwave.com>
To: "Jon Heugh" <jon at heugh.com>; <mrtg at list.ee.ethz.ch>
Sent: Tuesday, October 30, 2001 5:39 AM
Subject: [mrtg] Re: flat graphs using RRDTOOL
> Hi Jon (and all),
> I'm quite new to this, but noticed something similar, so I thought I'd
> it along in case it triggered a thought... I've got mrtg up and running on
> Linux box (but not using rrdtool format for logging). MRTG is graphing
> traffic (in/out bytes per second). I invoke it from the command line like
> % ./mrtg ./mrtg.cfg # Where mrtg.cfg was created with cfgmaker <host>
> For some reason, I cannot create a "new" .cfg file with cfgmaker. (Not a
> permissions problem though. ;-) I finally copied it to a new file and
> re-ran mrtg against it, it generated fine HTML, etc. I then changed the
> "new_mrtg.cfg" file. It has one change (I changed the work directory):
> WorkDir: /home/httpd/html/mrtg/gregd # I created this w/ ok
> permissions, etc.
> Although I get HTML output in the "gregd" subdirectory, its flat data.
> Running mrtg against the "original" mrtg.cfg file one second later shows
> Is there a bug with the WorkDir directive? Are you using it? I'm also
> a loss...
> Greg DeRenne
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Jon Heugh" <jon at heugh.com>
> To: <mrtg at list.ee.ethz.ch>
> Sent: Monday, October 29, 2001 1:25 PM
> Subject: [mrtg] flat graphs using RRDTOOL
> > Hello all;
> > I am graphing some router links with Mrtg using rrdtool log format.
> > The rrdtool info shows all zeros for the data and my graph is flat.
> > cfgmaker, mrtg and rrdtool run with no errors.
> > Thanks
> > Jon Heugh
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