[mrtg] Re: Problem with MRTG as service...
ncbowden at btopenworld.com
Wed May 29 20:37:04 MEST 2002
You're not running MRTG with the 'RunAsDaemon' option are you ?
I wonder if you are starting a new instance of MRTG each time which keeps
running if you use this option.
It would maybe explain why you are using up all of your system resources.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Luis Manuel Cova" <lcova at poz.unexpo.edu.ve>
To: <mrtg at list.ee.ethz.ch>
Sent: Tuesday, May 28, 2002 8:26 PM
Subject: [mrtg] Problem with MRTG as service...
> I just installed the MRTG as a service on a Windows NT server...
> I get the statistics that i want, but after a wile (2 days), the server
gets REAL heavy
> When i open the system monitor, y can see that the perl is ussing 100% of
the CPU and a lot of memory (increases with time). I can also see that that
the process have been running for a lot of time..
> If i then stop the service and try to eliminate the perl process, the
sistem tells me Permision DENIED.
> So i can only restart the server to eliminate the process...
> What is happening?????
> For example..
> I start the mrtg as a service today at 6 PM (using MRTG Statistic Updater
or Firedaemon), everything works fine, the perl process is started every 5
minutes and the MRTG stats are updated , but after 3 days (without
restarting the server) i see that the server is HEAVY,.. when i log on and
use the system monitor i see that the perl process is using 100% of CPU and
32000k of memory (and increasing) and the perl process show that it's been
running for 32 Hours...
> If i started the MRTG 3 days ago, it should be 72 Hours.. so i supose that
it has been 32 hours since something happened that is not letting the perl
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