Is there a way to assign multiple groups to a metric using '-g' command line arg in "gmetric" ? I have tried using comma-delimited values.
Is there any workaround ?
gmetric -d 50 -t float -n cpu_nice -u milli second -v 5 -S <spoof_host>:host-0002 -g "group1,group2" -c /etc/ganglia/gmond.conf
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On Fri, Aug 31, 2012 at 5:27 AM, Rangnekar, Aswad <
> Hi, ****
> ** **
> Is there a way to assign multiple groups to a metric using ‘–g’ command
> line arg in “gmetric” ? I have tried using comma-delimited values.****
> Is there any workaround ?****
> ** **
> Example: ****
> gmetric -d 50 -t float -n cpu_nice -u milli second -v 5 -S
> <spoof_host>:host-0002 -g “*group1,group2*” -c /etc/ganglia/gmond.conf
As far as I know there is not support for this. If you modify the group for
a given metric after it has been created, creating it using one group &
then changing it later on for example, the metric will move to the latest
group that is specified. I haven't seen any examples of metrics existing in
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