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Old 06-15-2004, 10:33 PM   #1
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GKrellmd and history

Ok, I've set up gkrellmd on a server so I can monitor its activity from my normal workstation. It's rather odd to see two sets of monitors, but that's beside the point. Everything is set up pretty much the way I would like except for one thing: the initial empty monitors when starting up gkrellm. I was hoping that gkrellmd would provide any connecting clients with a full "screen" of data immediately. I looked over the man pages and nothing I read seems to offer that ability. Does anyone hear know how or if it's even possible?

The main reason I want this is so I can monitor network access to the services provided by my server. Those monitors provide (potentially) days of activity graphs, but it's useless if I shutdown my workstation; the monitor will never fill, and will get reset back to empty next time I start it up again.


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