[rrd-users] ENC: MRTG Server crashing when netork is down
Davi de Paula Cabral - DATAPREVRJ
davi.cabral at previdencia.gov.br
Mon Apr 5 17:01:32 MEST 2004
The command 'uname -a' returned the text below:
Linux dipromrtg 2.4.7-10 #1 Thu Sep 6 16:46:36 EDT 2001 i686 unknown
Could my kernel be the guilty? Would be better an upgrade to Fedora or a
Thanks a lot!
De: Michael Heiming [mailto:michael at heiming.de]
Enviada em: segunda-feira, 5 de abril de 2004 07:56
Para: Davi de Paula Cabral - DATAPREVRJ
Cc: Lista Rrdtool (E-mail)
Assunto: Re: [rrd-users] MRTG Server crashing when netork is down
Davi de Paula Cabral - DATAPREVRJ wrote:
> Hi Friends...
> I use a RedHat 7.2, Athlon 1300 MHz, 512 Mb RAM, 20Gb HD, running MRTG
> RRDTool 1.39.
> The network is huge, it is monitoring almost 1,000 points, using different
> SNMP variables. Because of that, I prefer not use daemon and manage by
> myself who is to run at the moment. I divided the job in 12 scripts, by
> way I divided each minute in 12 "5-second slices "; each script have
> of interfaces to monitor. All that stuff at crontab.
> So, if the network stops, the MRTG Server breaks down, the processes full
> the memory, the HD doesnt stop working, my SSH session falls, cannot
> I can only reset the microcomputer.
What is the output of 'uname -a', I suspect an older kernel, had some
stabilty problems with RH 7.2 too, this was resolved with a later errata
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