davidsen at tmr.com
Wed Apr 5 22:36:16 UTC 2000
On 1 Apr 2000, Russ Allbery wrote:
> Andrés <andres at redys.com> writes:
> > I'm receiving these messages in my syslog file:
> > localhost innd: ME time 600000 idle 600000(2) artwrite 0(0) artlink 0(0)
> > hiswrite 0(0) hissync 0(3) sitesend 0(0) artctrl 0(0) artcncl 0(0) hishave
> > 0(0) hisgrep 0(0) perl 0(0)
> > This has started appearing since I rebooted my server (I started INN a
> > few weeks ago and until now I hadn't rebooted the system).
> > What do this mean?
> This is INN's periodic performance timer. You generally want this.
> Current versions of innreport can produce very nice performance statistics
> from it. It got turned on in inn.conf somehow.
He probably turned it on in inn.conf ages ago (see the mtime) but didn't
reboot the server. This is one of the things I believe is set at boot.
When the system bounced the server started the new config.
bill davidsen <davidsen at tmr.com>
CTO, TMR Associates, Inc
Doing interesting things with little computers since 1979.
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