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MRTG-APACHE

MRTG-APACHE

Section: MRTG helper utilities (1) Updated: 2006-12-15
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NAME

mrtg-apache - Returns the number of hits to a Apache web site  

SYNOPSIS

mrtg-apache <host name> [-p port] [-m multiplier]  

DESCRIPTION

mrtg-apache uses the server-info capability (mod_info) of Apache to determine the number of hits to a web server. The output is written in a form useful as input for the mrtg utility.

<host name> is the name of the Apache host to contact.

-p is the port number to use. Default is 80.

-m is the multiplier to be used in the output. For example, with a multiplier of 100, if Apache returns 20 accesses, the output will be 2000.  

SEE ALSO

mrtg(1)  

AUTHOR

mrtg-apache was written by Randolph Chung <tausq@debian.org>.  

HISTORY

This document first appeared with mrtgutils-0.1


 

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