[mrtg] Re: if one router fail, measurement aborts

Markus Gasser tux4all at bluewin.ch
Tue Jan 7 18:33:55 MET 2003

hmmm had this idea a short time ago but never did it because i got more
then 2 routers :-) for example, i've got more than 30 routers in 2
different server centers for one service. i'm not in worry about the
routers or the connection, more on my mrtg machine. i tried the rrd tool
with the 14all.cgi, there the measurement just do a zero line in the
total, but that could not be the solution, otherwise i still have to
wach the graphs on vacation :-( also the load on the mrtg machine is
pretty high when i start generating the pics with the cgi.

anybody else? other ideas?



Peter Glanville wrote:

 > Not sure, but I think that this will be the case, the whole sum will fail
 > if any element does.
 > One solution would be to plot each one as a separate target, and use
 > Routers2.cgi to create a summary graph with the Total option. Messy, but
 > should work (I have done it with 2 targets, not 32)
 > Regards
 > Peter

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