[Ntop] How can I stop Ntop from resetting log data each
dean at golemearth.demon.co.uk
Fri Mar 2 20:21:49 CET 2007
Thanks for you reply,
I will look into rrd and the dump options.
Although, I dont think the data is only in memory, coz it writes
database files to the folllowing dir:
And the ntop binary, specifically states on the terminal on startup
that it is reseting the data.
I think I will look through the code for the terminal output where it
reset and comment that part out.
Date: Tue, 27 Feb 2007 13:52:55 -0600
From: "Gary Gatten" <Ggatten at waddell.com>
Subject: RE: [Ntop] How can I stop Ntop from resetting log data each
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Configure and Enable rrd plugin or do the data dump thing in the
utilities menu. From what I understand, certain data or views or data
exist in memory resident tables only and "can't" be saved, but maybe the
rrd or dump options will work OK for you?
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Subject: [Ntop] How can I stop Ntop from resetting log data each time
I am using ntop on my Mac laptop to monitor bandwidgth usage and have
noticed that everytime that NTOP is restarted its log of bandwidth
use is reset.
Obviously this is not great for monitoring usage, as my laptop will
get rebooted every so often (which restarts ntop).
Does anyone know how I can stop the resetting of logs between restarts?
I appreciate any help.
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