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NAME

       munin.conf - Munin configuration file

DESCRIPTION

       Munin is a group of programs to gather data from Munin’s nodes, graph
       them, create html-pages, and optionally warn Nagios about any off-limit
       values.

       "munin.conf" is the configuration file for Munin; munin-update,
       munin-graph, munin-nagios and munin-html.

       The format of the file is simple. A minimal configuration looks
       something like:

               dbdir           /var/lib/munin
               logdir          /var/log/munin
               htmldir         /var/www/munin
               tmpldir         /etc/munin/templates/

               [machine1.your.dom]
                       address localhost

       The default location of munin.conf is @@CONFDIR@@/munin.conf. If your
       placement deviates from this norm, use the "--config <file>"-option
       when running the munin-* programs.

       Munin-update  will expand all node-entries in this file, and save them
       to @@DBDIR@@/datafile, which is used by all programs in the package
       together with this file.

       Any options in this file will override options of the same name in
       "datafile".  E.g., if you want to change the title of the "load"-graph
       in the above minimum configuration, you would modify the two bottom
       lines to:

               [machine1.your.dom]
                       address localhost
                       load.graph_title Edited title of the load-graph

       This will override the "graph_title" field of the "load"-service, while
       keeping all the others at their default.

       NOTE: On all the examples below, all the ’top-level’ parameters (dbdir,
       logdir, htmldir, tmpldir) are not present. They are only skipped for
       brevity - they are needed.

EXAMPLE 1

       An example with three servers on two domains:

               [machine1.one.dom]
                       address machine1.one.dom

               [machine2.one.dom]
                       address 10.33.32.123

               [machine3.two.dom]
                       address localhost

       This will appear as two domains (one.dom and two.dom), having
       respectively two and one host.

EXAMPLE 2

       Summarize the ’load’-graphs of the two  servers in one.dom, in a ’total
       load’-graph.

               [one.dom;Totals]
                       update no
                       load.graph_title Total load
                       load.sum_load.label load
                       load.sum_load.special_stack machine1=machine1.one.dom:load.load machine2=machine2.one.dom:load.load

       See the documentation or Munin homepage <http://munin.sf.net/> for more
       info.

AUTHORS

       Jimmy Olsen.

COPYRIGHT

       Copyright © 2002-2004 Audun Ytterdal and Jimmy Olsen / Linpro AS.

       This is free software; see the source for copying conditions. There is
       NO warranty; not even for MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR
       PURPOSE.

       This program is released under the GNU General Public License