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Changelog ========= v1.3.3: Tweak README: requires ganglia headers > 3.3.1 v1.3.2: Adapt to use gm_file.h instead of local copies of Ganglia helper functions (requires ganglia headers > 3.3.2) v1.3.1: Tweak to build without a local copy of the full Ganglia source tree v1.3.0: add filesystem capacity metrics v1.2.0: improve multiCPU metric performance v1.1.0: rename metric names for IO to follow ganglia-modules-solaris conventions and units v1.0.0: initial release with IO module code developed by JB Kim and multiCPU code contributed to Ganglia by Brad Nicholes Updated metric names and units ============================== v1.0.0: - metric names follow the original naming convention for mod_iostat - values reported are in KB not Bytes, so you might see `K' twice in the rrd graph (and if you see K twice, it means you are looking at MBytes) v1.1.0: - metric names follow the convention of ganglia-modules-solaris (similar to names in kstat, e.g. io_nwrite = number of bytes written) - values reported in unscaled units (bytes and seconds) rather than in KB and milliseconds modmulticpu =========== This version of modmulticpu is based on the original module contributed by Brad Nicholes to the main Ganglia tree. It has been enhanced to access the array of CPU data in a more efficient manner. Building (if using code from git) ================================= Prepare the tree with this command: mkdir m4 && autoreconf --install Then follow the steps below to build. Building ======== Sample configure command for building the modules: ./configure \ CFLAGS="`apr-1-config --cflags --includes`" \ --enable-shared --disable-static make
Source: README, updated 2012-03-07