[smokeping-users] Re: --filter feature on same machine
arnold at nipper.de
Wed Dec 14 23:34:01 MET 2005
On 12.12.2005 17:30 Tobias Oetiker wrote
> dont use filter for this. use @include.
> and create separate smokeping instances that only share the
> datastore location.
> for each you @include its config ... and for the viewing app you
> can @include all the configs ...
> also note that the 1.2 series has the ability to fork, this may
> help ...
> if smokeping does not complete a cycle in the time alloted it would
> complain in the logfile ...
thank you for the hints.
> so there may be another problem ...
I've copied the whole config to another host and don't see the problem
on this host while it is still on the original one where *all* RTT go up
during prime time. Any ideas?
> Today Arnold Nipper wrote:
>> Dear all,
>> I have a quite big config
>> step = 300
>> pings = 20
>> FPing: probing 254 targets
>> FPing6: probing 55 targets
>> EchoPingSmtp: probing 1 targets
>> EchoPingHttp: probing 1 targets
>> and my impression is that smokeping is not able to get thru all these
>> targets. The reason why I'm thinking this is, that smokeping has to many
>> false positives. It detects losses and high rtt where no loss and no
>> high rtt is.
>> Hence I was happy to run across the --filter option. I've divided my
>> config into 6 parts, but after starting the second smokeping I get
>> ERROR: I Quit! Another copy of /usr/local/smokeping/bin/smokeping
>> (28067) seems to be running.
>> Check /var/run/smokeping/smokeping.pid
>> Any idea to get around this?
>> TIA, Arnold
Arnold Nipper / nIPper consulting, Sandhausen, Germany
email: arnold at nipper.de phone: +49 6224 9259 299
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