[Ntop-dev] ntop Pango-Warning
christoph at mxr.at
Wed Nov 5 21:04:53 CET 2008
I've posted in the macports mailing list and in the rrdtool mailing
We'll see what we get.
One more question: I've installed ntop primarily for one reason: I'm
using an OS X Server as DHCP/NAT and the Apple-provided tools don't
give network analysis.
So when the network slows down I'd like to know what's going on or
who is using the bandwidth (eg. local to remote traffic or vice
versa). What is the best way to view exactly this?
I've been doing it like this for now:
All Protocols -> Throughput -> in the table view the process with the
most current data-throughput -> click on the process -> scroll down
to "Active TCP/UDP Sessions" and look for the client.
Is this the right way or is there an easier one?
Thanks in advance,
On 05.11.2008, at 16:50, Luca Deri wrote:
> I have experienced the same problem on my Mac. It seems that the
> problem is on the RRD side and not on ntop
> Please keep me posted.
> On Nov 5, 2008, at 1:10 PM, Christoph Tilley wrote:
>> I've managed to install ntop fine via macports, only problem is that
>> the rrdtool graphs do not render fine (see attachment)
>> It seems like the font rendering needs fixing. The logs throw this
>> hundreds of times:
>> (process:11387): Pango-WARNING **: `script_engine_init': symbol not
>> Please help!
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