[mrtg] Re: Stopping CFGMaker comment out zero byte interfaces ?

Alex van den Bogaerdt alex at ergens.op.het.net
Wed Jan 7 13:33:04 MET 2004

On Wed, Jan 07, 2004 at 12:01:28PM -0000, Strutt, Simon wrote:

> Is there a way to force the CFGmaker to use 100M for MaxBytes regardless of
> whats returned by the switch, and so stop it commenting out the interface?
> (Rather than recreating the cfg file each time a new port is used, or
> editing the cfg file to remove the #'s, or for that matter a quick bit of
> script that can uncomment interfaces).

In stead of hacking the output, why not hack cfgmaker itself?

To get what you want:
   # Do some futher investigation if the interface makes
   # sense to collect on

   if ($$i{ifSpeed} == 0) {
      push @prob, "has a speed of $$i{ifSpeed} which makes no sense";
                 $if_ok = 0;

   This test is causing you problems.  Skip it.  

To get what you ask for:
   Just after ifSpeed is set, override it.

   I'm not fluent in perl but I think it is in sub InterfaceInfo,
   adjust it just above the line saying
      "magic speed determination for portmaster IFs"
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