[hobbit] apache|apache1|apache2|apache3

Anna Jonna Armannsdottir annaj at hi.is
Wed Jun 18 18:35:04 CEST 2008

On mið, 2008-06-18 at 10:23 -0500, Ralph Mitchell wrote:
> On Wed, Jun 18, 2008 at 10:13 AM, Anna Jonna Armannsdottir
> <annaj at hi.is> wrote:
>         On monday I posted a message with a wrong link. Here I repost
>         it with the correct link. :
>         Can anybody tell me how to get all the apache graphs
>         under the http test, not just the TRENDS.
>         http://www.hswn.dk/hobbit/help/hobbit-tips.html#apachetest
>         I need to know this because I am developing a flexlm module
>         for
>         hobbit that uses a similar technique.
>         It shows up on the TRENDS column but not under my test.
> Did you try adding the test name to the TEST2RRD line in the
> server/etc/hobbitserver.cfg file??  The comment for that variable says
> this:
>      # This is also used by the bb-hostsvc.cgi script to determine if
> the detailed
>      # status view of a test should include a graph.
> Ralph Mitchell
Thanks for the answer. As you correctly pointed out, I am trying to 
find out how to do this for my special test. However, it is easier 
for everybody to relate to the apache test because it is well known 
and well behaved. Therefore it is to find out, if we concentrate 
on the apache test.  

In the hobbitserver.cfg file the variable is assigned as: 
TEST2RRD="cpu=la, ... ,http=tcp, ... 

The comment in the file also says: 
# The format here is "COLUMN=RRDSERVICE". If you leave out the
# part, it is assumed to be the same as the COLUMN value.

So the column is defined as http and then there is nothing more 
that says what graphs are shown. 

I guess this is not possible. =) 

Kindest Regards, Anna Jonna Ármannsdóttir,       %&   A: Because people read from top to bottom.
Unix System Aministration, Computing Services,   %&   Q: Why is top posting bad?
University of Iceland.

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