[mrtg] Re: AW: AW: run mrtg on a different machine as thewebserver
Paul C. Williamson
pwilliamson at mandtbank.com
Tue Jan 8 20:43:21 MET 2002
So you'd be ftp'ing the data every 5 minutes? That's ugly...
Basically, you want to put the html and graphic files on another machine.
You *may* want to consider how the data will be viewed.
Do you need near time graphing? If not, you could always copy the
graphs once a day, once an hour or something. If it's only a few
MB worth of info, it might not be bad, but that seems dangerous, and
just begging for data corruption.
>>> "Oliver Ziltener" <ziltener at netcloud.ch> 01/08/02 02:39PM >>>
The mrtg is a win 2000 machine, the webserver is a cobalt webserver (apache).
We don't like to map any drives, so we don't want to share any drive with
nfs, samba or win2000 share or what else.
(We have the webserver in the dmz and our mrtg inside our network and our
security police does not allowed sharing drives between dmz and inside).
Perhaps-one way seems to use ftp and a script
But I think it is time to study rrd stuff...
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