Re: Where should rrd files generated by a program be stored ?
Oliver Kurth <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> On Mon, 2004-02-16 at 13:36, Jean-Michel Kelbert wrote:
> > Le 16/02/04 à 12:48 Oliver Kurth (email@example.com) écrivait :
> > > On Mon, 2004-02-16 at 12:02, Jean-Michel Kelbert wrote:
> > >
> > > > Therefore rrd files should be stored in /var/lib, isn't it ?
> > > > However when looking to cacti, or mailgraph, they store rrd files in
> > > > /var/lib.
> > >
> > > ntop stores its rrd files in /var/lib/. I also think this is the correct
> > > location.
> > Ok !
> > Therefore a bug report should be openned on packages storing rrd files
> > in /var/cache, isn't it ?
> Although I think this is dependending on the exact purpose of the rrd
> files, I would say, yes. I would like to mount /var/cache to a ram disk,
> but this is not possible, because debconf stores its data there - there
> is/was a bug filed about that in debconf, but I cannot find that
If you keep the directory structure that should work. And regarding
debconf, it would just ask the questions again on the next update. Its
operation is not compromised by loosing the DB, just its comfort. Or