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fbenfredj
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Pinned topic nmon2web : need to make graph for any period

‏2013-12-13T16:45:59Z |

Hi Bruce,

Any news for this feature?

In this topic "nmon graph web tools" you said that you are testing it.

Regards

Faouzi BEN FREDJ

  • BruceSpencer
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    Re: nmon2web : need to make graph for any period

    ‏2013-12-22T14:33:19Z  in response to fbenfredj

    I just uploaded the new version to my web site:

    http://ca.astound.net/~baspence/AIXtip/nmon2web.htm

     

    Be sure to use the setup.ksh, as it includes an upgrade function for existing nmon2web users.  (It fixes directory permissions for the new version).

    I look forward to your feedback.

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    Re: nmon2web : need to make graph for any period

    ‏2013-12-30T16:54:35Z  in response to fbenfredj

    Hi Bruce,

    Sorry for the delay. I had been off last week.

    Thanks for the new version. I am trying to test it. But, I have to understand the setup.ksh because I am not sure it will, correctly, upgrade my installation.

    In fact I use a symbolic link for nmon2web.cgi as follows :

      - I copied nmon2web.cgi in the same directory as nmon2web.pl ($NMON_BIN)

      - then, I created a symbolic link from $CGI_DIR/nmon2web.cgi --->  $NMON_BIN/nmon2web.cgi

    Can you confirm if I can use setup.ksh script to upgrade?

    regards

     

    • BruceSpencer
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      Re: nmon2web : need to make graph for any period

      ‏2013-12-31T20:34:34Z  in response to fbenfredj

      The setup.ksh script will not work with symbolic links.  However, it's a script and you can edit it, or read it and run the commands manually.

      With regard to the cgi programs, the script

      Customizes the the nmon2web.cgi and nmon2web_consolidator.cgi with your directories

      Renames the current cgi programs (*.bak)

      Moves the new cgi files to $CGI-BIN.