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       mrtg-load - Returns the current load or uptime data


       mrtg-load ([-l 1|5|15] [-m multiplier])*2


       mrtg-load returns the system load averages for the past 1, 5, or 15 minutes.  The output
       is written in a form useful as input for the MRTG utility.  Every parameter can be
       accepted twice and allow to control the two values in the output.

       -l 1|5|15
           Sets the system load average to display in the output.  If none is set, only the 5
           minutes average with be displyed in the second position.

       -m multiplier
           Sets the multiplier to be used in the output.  For example, with a load of 1.2 and a
           multiplier of 100, the output load average would be 120.  Note that the option order
           is important.  If it is defined once, affect both output values.  The default
           multiplier is 1.


       Prints the 5-minute average of the system load, multiplied by 100.

           mrtg-load -m 100

       Prints the 1-minute and 15-minute averages of the system load. The firs one multipled by
       10, the second one by 100.

           mrtg-load -l 1 -m 10 -l 15 -m 100




       Randolph Chung <> is the orginal writer of mrtgutils.


       This document first appeared with mrtgutils-0.1