tgctl - SNMP data gatherer daemon
tgctl [options] command arguments...
tgctl allows to control and setup the ToGather applications togatherd (statistic tool) and MIBB (mib browser).
Displays a short usage information and exits.
Be verbose. Will tell you sometimes what it's doing. Accepts a number for the verbosity level (useful: 1-3).
Check if a daemon is running for the specified config files. This is default if no command is given.
Stop the daemons running for the specified config files.
Tell the daemons running on the specified config files to reload these config files.
Prints information about the status of threshold checking, i.e. whether a
limit was exceeded and when. The printed information can be some seconds
tgctl reads the config cache file of the ToGather daemon and the daemon does not
write any changes immediately to disk. The 'lag' depends on the DBM
Add the specified MIB modules to the mibbase of the mib browser
tgmib(1). Rebuilds the index after successfully compiling the
Rebuild the index for the mib browser
Recompile the given mib modules or all installed if no one is given and
rebuild the index for the mib browser
Check if togatherd is running on a config file:
tgctl stat /var/netstat/togather.cfg
Add a SNMP MIB definition module to the mib browser:
tgctl addmib SOURCE-ROUTING-MIB
tgctl is the successor of build_mibbaseinf, mibcompiler, compile_all_mibs, insert_mib, list_mibbaseinf and the previous non-existent togatherd control program. It combines the functionality in one utility.
Rainer Bawidamann, Rainer.Bawidamann@rz.uni-ulm.de University of Ulm, University Computer Centre
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