That was a bug in munin. It was repaired with this:http:/... [by fonya]
Munin is quite verbose, and logs a bunch of things into munin-graph.log, munin-html.log, munin-limits.log and munin-update.log at each run of munin-cron.
I already reduced munin-node logging level by setting log_level 0 in munin-node.conf, and that works well.
I've run into a strange Problem with munin for which i didnt find any solution... maybe somebody here will be able to help.
Im running the munin-master on a debian 7.
This is probably going to be one of those of course! answers, but I've spent all night looking up tutorials and FAQs on Munin and can't seem to find the answer.
I have Munin installed, and I'm trying to serve the page that shows the graphs using Apache.
I've just installed Munin for the first time in around twelve months, and I've hit a familiar error.
I remember from last year that there is an oddity where Munin wants to keep its html files in /var/cache/munin/www, rather than the usual /var/www/munin.
I'm currently trying to install munin to monitor my server loads etc but i'm having a few difficulties getting it running
this is what ive done so far
Installed Munin and Munin node
I've set the directory for munin to send HTML outputs to
home/username/public_html/munin and also given munin ownership of this directory
I've got a pretty much default sites-enabled set up in my nginx on debian squeeze and i'm now trying to get it to serve up my munin graphs on myhost/munin/
Heres the location i've added to the config
index index.htm index.html;
And here is the error I recieve:
Currently I'am able to access my munin setup using the default url. www.mydomain.com/munin
For security reasons, I want to only allow Munin to be access using port number.
Tried reading munin config but no luck. Hope that you can suggest on how to configure this.
I'm trying to add a node to an existing munin master (which I didn't setup but which seems to be working fine as it shows graphs for 8 existing nodes) and I'm having some troubles.
Munin the monitoring tool surveys all your computers and remembers what it saw. It presents all the information in graphs through a web interface. Its emphasis is on plug and play capabilities.