[mrtg] Re: One Master Config versus Several
Bigelow, Andrea L.
BigelowA at SEC.GOV
Wed Apr 6 22:51:33 MEST 2005
My thoughts are that doing all that including in a single mrtg.cfg file
eats up a lot of resources and I could make better use of what I have by
spreading things around a little bit.
Has anyone tried this? If so, what happened? Would this help stop
overlapping processes? Or would it still have the same problem just with
more files to maintain and worry about?
It sounds to me like you might benefit from splitting your file into several
pieces and then forcing it to sleep for about 30 seconds between files, to
ensure that you're not running into race conditions.
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