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pure-mrtginfo(8)		   Pure-FTPd		      pure-mrtginfo(8)

NAME
       pure-mrtginfo - provide an MRTG-graphable user count for	ftpd

SYNOPSIS
       pure-mrtginfo [server port]

DESCRIPTION
       Pure-Mrtginfo  counts  the  number  of  clients	currently connected to
       ftpd(8) and output the format in	a format graphable by MRTG.

OPTIONS
       server port: defaults to	21.

FILES
       /proc/net/tcp
	      is used to count the connectiont to port 21.

       /proc/sys/kernel/hostname
	      is used to get the fully qualified hostname.

       /proc/uptime
	      is used to get the uptime.

MRTG
       MRTG is a really	nice package for graphing router  traffic.   Mrtg  can
       also graph other	information is available via SNMP or by	running	a pro-
       gram such as pure-mrtginfo.  The	author of  this	 program  uses	it  to
       graph CPU load, /var usage etc.,	and naturally the number of users con-
       nected to his FTP servers.  See
       http://oss.oetiker.ch/mrtg/
       for more	information about MRTG.

BUGS
       This program only works on GNU/Linux systems yet.

HOME PAGE
       http://www.pureftpd.org/

AUTHOR AND LICENSE
       Written by Arnt Gulbrandsen <agulbra@troll.no> and copyright  1995-2002
       Troll  Tech AS, Waldemar	Thranes	gate 98B, N-0175 Oslo, Norway, fax +47
       22806380.

       Pure-FTPd (C)opyleft 2001-2019 by Frank DENIS <j	at pureftpd dot	org>.

       Use, modification and distribution is allowed without limitation,  war-
       ranty, or liability of any kind.

SEE ALSO
       ftp(1),	 pure-ftpd(8)	pure-ftpwho(8)	pure-mrtginfo(8)  pure-upload-
       script(8) pure-statsdecode(8)  pure-pw(8)  pure-quotacheck(8)  pure-au-
       thd(8) pure-certd(8)

       RFC 959,	RFC 2228, RFC 2389 and RFC 2428.

Frank Denis			    1.0.49		      pure-mrtginfo(8)

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