[mrtg] Re: Problem creating html using Indexmaker

Leandro Nicoletti leandro_nicoletti at yahoo.co.uk
Thu Sep 12 13:53:46 MEST 2002

Thanks for the reply Pete,

Yeh that was a typo.

If I use MRTG in its default state to graph an
interface using the following commands everything if

'perl cfgmaker community at ipaddress --output mrtg.cfg'

then run 

'perl indexmaker mrtg.cfg>mrtg.html'

Being new to this software, I'm unsure how to use
cfgmaker to to create a cfg file that only contains
CPU information. So I went to a website an downloaded
a checkpoint.cfg.

I was under the impression one could simply run the
indexmaker against this checkpoint.cfg and I would end
up with a useable checkpoint.html, but all I end up
with is html that refferences the MRT website.

Any ideas

WorkDir: c:\mrtg-2.9.22\wwwroot
Refresh: 300
RunAsDaemon: yes
Interval: 5

# Example CFGNAME :

YLegend[]: CPU
ShortLegend[]: %
MaxBytes[]: 100
nopercent, gauge, unknaszero
Unscaled[]: dwmy
CPU Utilization
Legend2[]: .
Legend3[]: Max
value per interval on graph
Legend4[]: .
LegendI[]: CPU:
LegendO[]: .
Title[]: $DEVICE
WithPeak[]: ymw

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