I apologize for not considering that perl was required; that would be a major space concern. Would
the developers be interested in a more local oriented graphing program, written in C, only requiring
space for the program itself, current graph pictures and a simple log file of recorded usages (5
minute averages, ideally)? I don't have a specific program in mind, but if one were found or
written, would it be considered for use?
Using another machine to run MRTG is an excellent idea that I employed for some time, but certain
issues keep it from being economical at this time.
Thanks for the response guys.
----- Original Message -----
From: Chris Dickens <chris at object dash zone dot net>
Date: Wednesday, July 6, 2005 9:03 pm
Subject: RE: [m0n0wall-dev] Feature Request - MRTG
> M0n0wall's design principal was to be lightweight and not
> implement features
> which depend heavily on storing things to disk - so it's friendly
> to run on
> a Compact Flash card or other solid state device with limited
> capacity. Use
> the built-in SNMP Service and run MRTG from a machine behind the
> firewalland you'll have exactly what you're wanting. :)