[hobbit] apache|apache1|apache2|apache3

Dominique Frise Dominique.Frise at unil.ch
Thu Jun 19 09:21:57 CEST 2008

I think you are guessing right: you cannot do that with Hobbit 4.2.0.
Don't know if that will be supported in 4.3.0.


Anna Jonna Armannsdottir wrote:
> On miĆ°, 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. =) 

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