[mrtg] Intermittent Graphs

PAUL WILLIAMSON pwilliamson at mtb.com
Sat Feb 2 16:32:02 CET 2008

>>> <Darren.Terry at cox.com> 2/2/2008 8:55 AM >>>
> I am receiving the lock file error in email. However, this 
> doesn't make sense. I upgraded to servers that are 
> LEAST five times stronger. In addition to this,
> according to the FAQ on the MRTG site, the graphs 
> should be populated with the previous data rather than 
> zero.
Define "stronger".  Faster CPUs?  More of them?
What kind of drives did you go from and to?  I found 
that IDE drives don't cut the mustard.  You need SCSI.
Did you migrate:
Windows-> Linux
Some other combination?
> If anyone has any ideas about how to speed up the poll 
>  or anything else that might help, I am all ears (or eyes?)!! 
What do the i/o rates look like?  What do the CPU graphs 
look like on the old servers vs. the new ones?

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