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 From:  David Bottrill <david at bottrill dot org>
 To:  m0n0wall at lists dot m0n0 dot ch
 Subject:  Ifgraph problem
 Date:  Sat, 20 May 2006 18:06:13 +0100
I've been running ifgraph for over a year now on a linux box monitoring my 
M0n0. 

I'm now trying to move this to a new (virtual) machine. I've installed 
RRDtool, Perl and Perl-SNMP.

I've copied over all the files from the old machine RRD files, ifgraph perl 
scripts. ifgraph.conf etc.

Initially it complained that the old RRD files were from a different 
architecture which was quite right as I've moved to Athlon 64 virtual 
machine. So I deleted the RRD files and then ifgraph.pl seemed to work ok, 
however when I run makegraph.pl I get the following error several time over:

hydra-1:/ # /usr/local/ifgraph/makegraph.pl -c /etc/ifgraph.conf
ERROR: Garbage ': 100000000 - 100000000 bits/sec \l' after command:
COMMENT:Max bits for target m0n0wall-wan: 100000000 - 100000000 bits/sec \l
ERROR: Garbage ': 100000000 - 100000000 bits/sec \l' after command:
COMMENT:Max bits for target m0n0wall-wan: 100000000 - 100000000 bits/sec \l
ERROR: Garbage ': 100000000 - 100000000 bits/sec \l' after command:
COMMENT:Max bits for target m0n0wall-wan: 100000000 - 100000000 bits/sec \l
ERROR: Garbage ': 100000000 - 100000000 bits/sec \l' after command:
COMMENT:Max bits for target m0n0wall-wan: 100000000 - 100000000 bits/sec \l
ERROR: Garbage ': 100000000 - 100000000 bits/sec \l' after command:
COMMENT:Max bits for target m0n0wall-lan: 100000000 - 100000000 bits/sec \l
ERROR: Garbage ': 100000000 - 100000000 bits/sec \l' after command:
COMMENT:Max bits for target m0n0wall-lan: 100000000 - 100000000 bits/sec \l
ERROR: Garbage ': 100000000 - 100000000 bits/sec \l' after command:
COMMENT:Max bits for target m0n0wall-lan: 100000000 - 100000000 bits/sec \l
ERROR: Garbage ': 100000000 - 100000000 bits/sec \l' after command:
COMMENT:Max bits for target m0n0wall-lan: 100000000 - 100000000 bits/sec \l

I have tested find-if.pl and that works correctly, returning that information 
I expected.

Any ideas?

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David Bottrill

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