[Orca-users] RE: Adding Removing graphs and plots

Andrew Broad Andrew.Broad at royalblue.com
Tue Apr 23 09:12:15 PDT 2002

First I edited the orcallator.se file as you suggested and removed the two
references below, do I need to remove anything else? and I and removed the
reference to WATCH_WEB in the start script. No joy keep getting the same
internal error messages as before. It also looks like I also need to comment
out the plots for building the html files in the orcallator.cfg file or it
keeps rebuilding them. Any other suggestions?


// Define the different parts of the system you want to examine.

#define WATCH_NFS_CLIENT        1
#define WATCH_NFS_SERVER        1

Thanking you in advance


-----Original Message-----
From: Adam Levin [mailto:alevin at audible.com]
Sent: Tuesday, April 23, 2002 1:37 PM
To: 'orca-users at yahoogroups.com'
Subject: Re: [orca-users] Adding Removing graphs and plots

On Tue, 23 Apr 2002, Andrew Broad wrote:
> I have Orca running successfully on my test systems and want to get rid of
> the plots and html graphs for NFS stuff as we dont use it as well as all
> graphs and plots that are web related. I tried to comment out the plots in
> the orcallator.cfg file and it works as far as not showing the NFS/Web
> graphs etc when it rebuilds the index.html file but produces a lot of
> into the orca.log file such as below. Is it a just a matter of commenting
> out the plots in the orcallator.cfg or do I need to do something else.

I think it'd be cleaner to remove those measurements from the SE generated
data, so that Orca never even had to deal with it.  Don't define WATCH_WEB
in the startup script (in /etc/init.d), and remove the WATCH_NFS stuff in
orcallator.se (you could remove the WATCH_HTTPD and WATCH_WEB in
orcallator.se too).


Adam Levin, Senior Unix Systems Administrator | http://www.audible.com/
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