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Old 27th June 2011, 19:53
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Default where is file mailgraph use to update rrd database?

helo, I have install postfix system on my mail server with ubuntu 10.04, and the server works as well. for monitoring I use mailgraph to create graph on web browser. But, when I test to delete rrd file on /var/lib/mailgraph*.rrd and then make sure /var/log/mail.log empty, and next restart mailgraph. But, Why the old graph was shown ? I have delete rrd file and make sure mail.log empty.
And configuration on /etc/default/mailgraph like this :
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BOOT_START=
MAIL_LOG=/var/log/mail.log
IGNORE_LOCALHOST=false
what is problem? What does mailgraph not use /var/log/mail.log to update rrd file?
thanks for your help.
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Old 29th June 2011, 18:14
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