[smokeping-users] graphing traceroutes possible?

Joshua Smith bgcladd at gmail.com
Tue Mar 30 09:13:03 CEST 2010

Hello everyone, i recently stumbled upon smokeping looking for an
alternative to pingplotter pro which i currently use. I purchased
pingplotter so i would be able to keep detailed logs of mtr-like traceroutes
to and from all of my remote servers to help identify any network issues and
so that i have some ammunition when dealing with the colo's about possible
problems. While pingplotter accomplishes this, it is extremely resource
hungry both on the host machine (windows only, that alone is huge drawback)
and on any remote linux machine as it relies on a perl script to call
traceroute, which somehow uses an incredible amount of resources when
querying many hosts at once. Long story short after configuring smokeping
and digging everywhere i'm unable to tell if smokeping offers this same
functionality? An help would be greatly appreciated and i apologise for the
back story.
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