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"gheist: you add them one by one" How do you add them one at a time?

When i do cfgmaker --global "Work Dir: /var/www/mrtg" \ --global "Enable IPv6: no" \ --global "Run As Daemon: yes" \ --global "Options[_]: bits,growright" \ [email protected] /etc/mrtg/it over writes everything in the file....

Found this: "You need to generate file and append it to main config file.

Create config for server1, server2 and router1: Code: cfgmaker --global 'Work Dir: /var/www/mrtg' --output /tmp/[email protected] may wanna manually edit or review file before updating the main file.

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I did see one article that suggested using cfgmaker --global "Work Dir: /var/www/mrtg" \ --global "Enable IPv6: no" \ --global "Run As Daemon: yes" \ --global "Options[_]: bits,growright" \ [email protected] \ [email protected] \ [email protected] \ [email protected] \ [email protected] \ [email protected] \ [email protected] \ [email protected] \ [email protected] \ [email protected]\ [email protected]\ [email protected]\ [email protected] (append) Do you have a cron job that runs mrtg -c /etc/mrtg/?

Performance wise you would be better off using rrdtool to process the data into data files and then the images will only be generated when accessed.

After following Tobias Holm suggestion I was able to see the webpage with all the graphs - waiting to see if the graphs fill in.

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