henrik at hswn.dk
Fri Jan 28 14:39:39 CET 2005
On Fri, Jan 28, 2005 at 04:47:27AM -0700, Charles Jones wrote:
> I'm assuming this wont work with Hobbit, since Hobbit stores the rrd
> files differently. Do you think temperature-larrd.pl could be modified
> to run on the Hobbit server and work? Or should I instead attempt to
> hack the client temperature.sh to send the temp as a data message and
> then create a do_temp.c module?
I looked at converting temperature-larrd.pl when doing the Hobbit
larrd stuff, but I couldn't find the script that feeds it - and
without some idea of what the input data looks like, it's a bit hard
to do the data collection.
Where can I find the client side script ? Or perhaps you can just send
me a sample of the status it reports.
> Speaking of this, it sure would be nice to have some sort of plugin
> system, or something for easily creating custom graphs. I can think of
> many uses for simple one-element graphs (temperature, emails sent per
> day, etc).
You mean doing it in C is too hard :-)
The current work-around is to enable the hobbitd_filestore module to
save status- and data-reports to files, the way Big Brother does.
There's an option for hobbitd_filestore so you need not save all
status logs on disk, but only the ones you want to process with some
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