[rrd-users] Re: Dynamic MRTG Style Graphs + Page (perl/ php?)

Leonard Mills Leonard_Mills at corpnet.sel.sony.com
Wed Mar 2 22:43:34 MET 2005


It's not my site; I just like to use it as a nice Cricket
demonstration. Cricket displays rrd data.  From a recent 
Cricket README:

 README for Cricket version 1.0.5

 This is Cricket. It is a configuration, polling, and data-display
 engine wrapped around the RRD tool by Tobias Oetiker. There are
 three user-visible pieces to Cricket: the collector, the grapher, and
 the config tree. The collector runs from cron and fetches data
 from a number of devices according to the info it finds in the
 config tree. The grapher is a CGI application that allows users to
 traverse the config tree from a web browser and see the data that
 the collector recorded. To use Cricket you need to do these things:

        * make a config tree
        * setup the collector to run on a regular basis
        * setup the grapher to let you look at the data

The links on HiWAAY will get you to a download of Cruicket.

Hope this helps,


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