[mrtg] target syntax problems.

John strgout at unixjunkie.com
Thu Aug 14 06:07:15 MEST 2003

i have a perl script that is collecting all my data (via telnet/ssh) and 
sticking it into 2 hashs.

I would like to use one has for input and the other for output.
The problem is i don't understand what the correct format is for target
without using back quotes.

If i only use 1 var it works fine (well if fine means i only track half of
what i want).
target[thing]: 56

what i've tried is 
target[thing]: 56 235453
target[thing]: 56&235453
and a few others i can't think of.

This is a sample of the .cfg 

Directory[thing]: thing
YLegend[thing]: Connections/sec
LegendI[thing]:  Connections:
LegendO[thing]:  Bytes TCP
ShortLegend[thing]: Conns/sec
WithPeak[thing]: ywmd
MaxBytes[thing]: 300000000
Options[thing]: growright, gauge, nopercent
Title[thing]: <H1> Connections for thing </H1>
Target[thing]: 1
PageTop[thing]: <H1> thing Connections </H1>

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