The /proc filesystem isn't really a 'filesystem' in the normal sense. It's essentially just a hierarchy of commands you can send to the kernel to get/set information. All the data there is pulled directly from the kernel when you access the files, so you'll need to reconfigure the kernel to make any changes there.
That's very odd though. Can you devise some way to get the real information from that...the numbers look exceedingly large, but reasonable if they were divided by 1000 or something...what are the real numbers?
It's just for mrtg I'm just not up to modifying the mrtg stuff but I just may end up doing that since the information is there in kB anyways for all the machines just the free part isn't soo it might be the faster way of creating a permanent fix and not have to worry about the kernel anymore.
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