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  1. #1
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    Question How to setup MRTG to monitor my server?

    I only want to monitor the bandwidth, don't need to monitor disk space, memory, load, etc. so I can skip the other modules right?

    I can't seem to find RPM package for it, I can only build it from source?

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    I believe we installed via YUM, here is a guide: http://www.cyberciti.biz/faq/centos-...pher-tutorial/
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    MRTG is indeed yumable, if you give your *nix version, we can point you towards some install points if you don't use yum.
    The cfgmaker binary with mrtg is great for jumpstarting your config file(s).
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    You could use the following howto: http://www.zipservers.com/community/...MRTG-on-CentOS

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