qmailmrtg7 utilizes qmail and tcpserver/multilog's extensive logging capabilities to create mrtg graphs. It efficiently processes the logs (large sites with historical logs of over 100MB can be processed in a few seconds). For qmail it graphs remote/local delivery concurrency, queue size, messages process, bytes transferred, and success/failure delivery status. For tcpserver services like SMTP and POP, it graphs total connections and concurrency. For djbdns, it can graph dnscache and tinydns activity. For ClamAV, it graphs viruses found. For spamassassin it graphs spam emails found.
|Tags||Communications Email Internet Log Analysis Monitoring|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Unix|
Release Notes: This release has a bugfix for tai64 timestamp processing on 64-bit CPUs. There is new support for graphing dnscache and tinydns activity.
Release Notes: This release adds support for ClamAV, rblsmtpd, and spamd graphing.
Release Notes: There is a new index.html to display all graphs in a table of two columns. This release automatically detects if big-todo patch is applied and the split size of the qmail queue. There is new documentation, and a Concurrency check bugfix. stmpd totals include denial of RBL open relays. There is more efficent queue size checking and new maximum values.
No changes have been submitted for this release.