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Statistics Collection Daemon for filling RRD Files
https://collectd.org/

collectd is a small daemon written in C for performance. It reads various system statistics and updates RRD files, creating them if neccessary.

Since the daemon doesn't need to startup every time it wants to update the files it's very fast and easy on the system. Also, the statistics are very fine grained since the files are updated every 10 seconds.

Source Files (show merged sources derived from linked package)

Filename Size Changed Actions
collectd-5.5.0.tar.bz2 1.74 MB 11 months ago Download File
collectd-df-remove-duplicates.patch 782 Bytes over 4 years ago Download File
collectd-fix-config.patch 514 Bytes almost 3 years ago Download File
collectd-fix_broken_perl-5.10.patch 490 Bytes over 8 years ago Download File
collectd-fix_collectd_config_path_in_snmp_probe.patch 312 Bytes almost 7 years ago Download File
collectd-fix_collection_cgi.patch 636 Bytes about 6 years ago Download File
collectd-fix_spamassassin_doc.patch 671 Bytes about 3 years ago Download File
collectd-javac_target.patch 1.42 KB 7 months ago Download File
collectd-js.apache2.conf 807 Bytes over 4 years ago Download File
collectd-perl-vendor.patch 402 Bytes almost 3 years ago Download File
collectd-pkgconfig_libnotify_add_gtk.patch 346 Bytes over 2 years ago Download File
collectd-pthread.pc 167 Bytes about 8 years ago Download File
collectd-rpmlintrc 470 Bytes over 1 year ago Download File
collectd-split_README.patch 2.35 KB almost 3 years ago Download File
collectd-version.patch 374 Bytes 7 months ago Download File
collectd.apache2.conf 431 Bytes over 4 years ago Download File
collectd.changes 56.8 KB 24 days ago Download File
collectd.spec 27.8 KB 24 days ago Download File
collectd.suse.init 2.36 KB almost 9 years ago Download File

Latest Revision

buildservice-autocommit accepted request 407084 18 days ago (revision 136)
baserev update by copy to link target

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