[mrtg] Re: mrtg slow

Steve Lindemann steve at marmot.org
Tue Sep 27 22:51:45 MEST 2005

I haven't been following the thread closely, but the first thing I would 
do is run top (or it's equivalent) on unix/linux or process explorer 
(http://www.sysinternals.com/) on windoze to see what is hogging the 
processor.  Take the guess work out of it...
Steve Lindemann
Network Administrator
Marmot Library Network, Inc.
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Richard F. Hart II wrote:
> Alistair,
> To answer your questions. I am running a P3 1.2Ghz box with 512MB of RAM. I am trying to poll about 110 targets every 5 min. I have a config file for each target and a line in the crontab for each target (110 lines). These are the only lines in my crontab. I am not sure which process or CFG file is using the most CPU or memory. I unable to check becuase about every 5 min, the box becomes really slow, and unresponsive. I am assuming that this is the time that it is running mrtg. 
> Thank you,
> Richard

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