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monitorix(8) Monitorix collector daemon monitorix(8)
monitorix -c configfile [-p pidfile] [-d none | graph[,graph] | all] [-v]
This Perl daemon starts the main Monitorix process, which gathers statistics about the
system it is running on and stores this information in a set of RRD files.
The default location of the configuration file varies depending on the operating
Stores the daemon's process ID into the specified file.
-d none | graph[,graph] | all
Logs more information about what monitorix is doing internally. The keys reflect if
the data collected must be displayed on each case. If all is defined, the data col-
lected of all enabled graphs will be shown. If none is defined no data collected
will be shown. Finally it is also possible to define a comma-separated list of
graph names from which show their data collected.
For a reference of all graph names check the option @GRAPH_NAME in the moni-
torix.conf configuration file.
-v Displays version information.
On receipt of a SIGHUP, monitorix will close and reopen its log file. This is useful in
scripts which rotate and age log files.
Note that the configuration file is not re-read. I plan to change this in future versions.
The following is the set of the special files created on every startup:
$BASE_DIR/cgi-bin/monitorix.conf.path stores the path of configfile.
$BASE_DIR/cgi-bin/monitorix.hplog stores the output of hplog.
$BASE_DIR/index.html HTML main page.
Monitorix is written by Jordi Sanfeliu <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Copyright (C) 2005-2012 Jordi Sanfeliu
Licensed under the GNU General Public License v2 (GPL).
2.6.0 Sep 2012 monitorix(8)
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