[collectd] tcpconns > global statistics
stefanwiederoder at googlemail.com
Thu Jul 10 15:52:25 CEST 2014
Hello Yves, Manuel,
thanks for your answers - I think pull request 488 looks promising!
I´ll patch the current release and build a custom release to see if it
2014-07-09 22:18 GMT+02:00 Manuel Luis Sanmartín Rozada <
manuel.luis at gmail.com>:
> There is a pull request with this feature.
> Tcpconns add all ports summary:
> On Wed, Jul 9, 2014 at 5:18 PM, Yves Mettier <ymettier at free.fr> wrote:
>> If you specify no option for tcpconns, you will get a graph for all TCP
>> connections (1 graph per port).
>> You can then filter if you do not want all ports but all in a range. You
>> may use the "regex" match for that.
>> I'm not sure that it is what you want.
>> Also, check the "protocols" plugin.
>> Le 2014-07-09 16:59, Stefan Wiederoder a écrit :
>>> Ahoi collectd list,
>>> I´ve had trouble with a few boxes last week, where some daemons were
>>> wracking havoc and this resulted
>>> in too much TCP connections between two applications.
>>> while using collectd for troubleshooting I thouhgt it´d be nice to have
>>> another option within the tcpconns plugin
>>> to generate a graph of the overall TCP connections status (and not only
>>> a few dedicated TCP ports).
>>> something like EnableGlobalStats yes|no
>>> unfortunately I´m no C guy - therefore I´m asking if someones willing to
>>> the job?
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