>I'm monitoring the network-interfaces of several linux-boxes. But there are
>some interfaces where only the "day-graph" is correct - week/month/year read
>Other interfaces on the same machine show correct values. There are no
>differences between these targets in the cfg-file.
>I've already deleted all png-files.
Well, you left your mrtg.cfg file at:
so I thought it might be worth a look.
1. You're using 2.8.8. Upgrade to 2.8.12. Do not use 2.9.0preXX
unless you need some of the new features.
2. Clean up your mrtg.cfg file. Get rid of all the exess junk left
from the example. Reduce it to just the things needed for monitoring.
The mrtg Perl script needs to read all that junk every time it cycles
and may be suffering from indigestion.
3. This is wrong:
This means to "prepend" the *TEXT* values, which makes no sense. My
guess is this is what's broken. Replace with:
Basically, your mrtg.cfg file is a mess and needs hand editing.
4. Hide your mrtg.cfg file where hackers like me can't find them.
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