wipl_piyush

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Can some one tell me how to

1. Install MRTG
2. Configurations Required after installation.
3. How it could be accessed from Web. i mean the address one should use to access the MRTG.

Please Help
 

wipl_piyush

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My server is RH 9 and after installing the MRTg specified in the link it gives me a lot error whenever it run automatically. Please help i need it urgently.
 

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madmac

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managed.com setup our server, and MRTG is installed, but I can't seem to find where it is outputting the HTML files for the server as a whole. Users can login to their cPanel, and the "bandwidth" link includes the MRTG graph for their account, but it'd be nice if I could see a graph for the entire server.
 

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Any idea how this works within a VPS? I've got CPanel on a RedHat 7.3 VPS (Virtuozzo). Some stats seem to be graphing correctly (ie, load average, active processes), but things like bandwidth stay at 0: I'm guessing that Virtuozzo's emulation of the network card or whatnot throws MRTG off?
 

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My server is also set up by managed.com and I am also curious how to access mrtg stats for the entire server. Does anyone know?
 

madmac

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Originally posted by roax66
My server is also set up by managed.com and I am also curious how to access mrtg stats for the entire server. Does anyone know?
I figured it out... they are setup on mrtg.managed.com.

then split by IP address into the server blocks I guess like so:
mrtg.managed.com/10a
mrtg.managed.com/10b
mrtg.managed.com/11a
mrtg.managed.com/11b
and so on

They are also incremental. the IPs on block 10a are lower than those on block 10b, etc. If you goto the main block page, you can hover over each server and it will show an IP. For example the 11b block is 66.79.178.254, so this is the main page for all servers in the 66.79.178.x range.

Then you will notice all servers in this range are labeled as #Fa0/1, #Fa0/2, #Fa0/3, etc. The last number corresponds to the IP block you were given. So for example, if your main server IP was 66.79.178.30, your server would be #Fa0/3. And if you were 66.79.178.110, you would be #Fa0/11.

The trick is going through the server block and finding the one your IP is in. If all else fails, you can also email them with your servers main IP and ask what the URL to your servers MRTG is.