[mrtg] Re: mrtg error solved
brett at asroma.homeip.net
Wed Jan 8 06:28:53 MET 2003
> I notice the current version is 2.9.25 or 2.9.26b, if I decide to replace
> my 2.9.18 with this newer version, do I just need to replace the mrtg,
> cfgmaker, and indexmaker in /bin, or remove and install from scratch (what
> i'm concerned about is loss of my current graphs under 2.9.18).
Generally when you build a new version of MRTG, by default it uses
"/usr/local/" as the prefix directory to install into. Depending upon what web
server your using, generally your MRTG graphs will reside in either "/var/www"
or "/home/httpd/" or something alike. (You can tell easily by doing "grep -i
workdir mrtg.cfg" which will return where your MRTG graphs are out-putted to).
So I'm pretty sure your current graphs will be safe if you install a new
version of MRTG. I've upgraded 3 times and never lost any information.
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