This manual page explains the
instance to store its measurements. The
stores measurements as data files in the current working directory or into a directory specified by the
flag, one file per activity. The disk usage can grow high depending on
the number of sensors registering. You may want to register the
You can retrieve data from a
using the command
Specified a comma separated list of addresses (IPs or name) that the
sensor will consider be aliases for the localhost. Used for multihomed
machine when DNS doesn't return all the IPs associated with a name.
as hostname. Useful the resolver aren't correctly configured and
gethostname doesn't return a resonable value.
Specifies how many entries to cache into memory: this can make the memory
more responsive for queries.
Save the error messages to
Save the log messages to
entries per series. A small number will use less disk space at the
expense of a shorter history.
Write the pid to
Register this nws_memory with
as the directory to store the measurements. Every kind of measurement (as
specified by activity) is grouped in the same file. The default directory
is the current directory.
Listen to port instead of the default for the nws_memory (8050).
remove series that haven't been updated for more then
seconds (defaults is to keep series forever).
Store the series into a database, one table per series. Right now this is
an experimental feature and it works only with PostgreSQL database.
This man page doesn't explain all the possible options that the
nws_memory will obey.