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Re: mrtg

> Has anyone gotten mrtg to work with the aliased eth interfaces? I'm
> trying to get mrtg to plot traffic stats on our virtual web server
> which has interfaces like eth0:0, eth0:1, etc. It doesn't see
> them, just eth0. Am I asking the impossible?

So long as you can write a script which will return the information you
want to graph in a format of (# to graph\n# to graph\nuptime\nhostname) it
should be trivial to do using the external get command with MRTG.

Use a line like this in your mrtg.cfg:

Target[psg-p50]: `/usr/local/bin/scriptname`

And the output should look something like:


The last two lines can basically look however you want.


------------------------ Internet Alaska --------------------------
 4050 Lake Otis		    Adam  Shand        (v) +1 907 562 4638
 Anchorage, Alaska     Systems Administrator   (f) +1 907 562 1677
----------------- http://larry.earthlight.co.nz -------------------

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