[smokeping-users] Smokeping without a webserver
keli at carocomp.ro
Fri Nov 20 14:41:20 CET 2009
Thanks, this seems to do the trick perfectly :-)
In reply to Ged: it's not as much about security concerns, as it's about
resource concerns, and even before real "concerns" -- I just try to do
things with the minimal required overhead. If I can do it with less,
I'll try to do it with less :-) Smokeping is exacly what I need right
now (I need good delay and jitter information on a single link, nicely
graphed) but then again it is much more than I need (I don't need
notifications, web interface etc.)
On 11/20/2009 2:14 PM, Tobias Oetiker wrote:
> Hi Kelemen,
> have a look at the --static option in smokeping ...
> Today Kelemen Zoltán wrote:
>> I'm looking for a way to run smokeping& generate it's graphs without
>> running it through a webserver.
>> Sincerely, I don't need a fancy webpage, I don't need menus and I might
>> want to get away with something more lightweight than a cgi-enabled
>> apache installation. I only need the graphs that are rendered.
>> It should be simple enough as it is a perl script after all, and running
>> the script will update my overview/"*_mini" graphs. However, to update
>> the detail graphs, the script seems to expect GET parameters of a http
>> request. Is there a way around this? Could the smokeping graphs be
>> generated somehow from the command line?
>> smokeping-users mailing list
>> smokeping-users at lists.oetiker.ch
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