[mrtg] HyperV

Dunc dunc.lockwood at thebunker.net
Wed Mar 10 17:23:29 CET 2010

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It runs on Linux fine, so that's probably all you need to know. It
shouldn't matter if it's virtualised or not.

I'm definitely running it on a Linux guest inside Xen if that helps.



Johnston, Robert Bruce wrote:
> Hi,
>    I’m new to MRTG tools and have just been asked about the possibility
> of running them under Linux on Virtual HyperV.  Has anyone experienced
> any Success or Failures using this configuration?
> Thanks
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