munin-node - Node-specific part of Munin
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Munin network-wide graphing framework (node)
Munin is a tool for graphing all sorts of information about one or more
servers and displaying it in a web interface. It uses the excellent
RRDTool (written by Tobi Oetiker) and is written in Perl. Munin has a
master/node architecture. The master connects to all the nodes at regular
intervals, and asks them for data. It then stores the data in RRD-files,
and (if needed) updates the graphs. One of the main goals have been ease
of creating own "plugins" (graphs).
This is the node part. It is used on all machines Munin shall watch.
- JAVA: off
- PERL: on
- PYTHON: on
- SNMP: on
Unless this file already existed, a sample configuration file
has been placed in /usr/local/etc/munin/munin-node.conf.
Please edit it according to your needs.
The Munin client will *not* be started automatically. To allow it
to start, put this line in /etc/rc.conf:
Then, it will be started on the next boot. If this line is already
present, the client will be started now. Otherwise, edit
/etc/rc.conf and execute this command:
For a list of plugins that will probably work run
If this is a fresh install run
/usr/local/sbin/munin-node-configure --shell | sh -x
to install the plugins automatically
The munin-node newsyslog.conf(5) filename has been changed:
Any file found at the old location has been automatically moved to
the new location. This was done to ensure log rotation continued to
work after change r340318 made to FreeBSD base, where the default
newsyslog configuration now only includes filenames that end with
'.conf' and do not begin with '.'.
If you use provisioning/configuration management tools to create or
edit this file, you will need to change their configuration to use
the new filename.
Install munin-node txz package:
# pkg install munin-node