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RRDTOOLS/Mailgraph with RedHatAS3

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I am looking for rpm rrdtools and mailgraph on AS 3.0
The rpm I found was dpending on other rpm I could not find.

We are migrating from redhat 7.8 with rrdools grphing postfic trafic ro RHAS 3.0 and cant find them

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I don't know if you'll find an rpm image of either of those for RHEL 3.0 yet, but the sources are readily available from http://people.ee.ethz.ch/~oetiker/webtools/rrdtool/pub/?M=D and http://people.ee.ethz.ch/~dws/software/mailgraph/pub/ You should be able to get those and build your own copies.
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Thanks for that info. Iwill download them on Thursday (after easter monday which is a bank holiday in my country)
I also need mrtg for AS3 as it is used by rrtools and mailgraph)
If you know a good package which would graph postfix trafic (entering, leaving, rejected, spam, etc and spool occupation) and installble right away on AS3....
The ideal would be to get the full installable package (I am newbie in Linux domain)
Points have been doubled

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I'm sorry but I don't know of any pre-built packages for 3.0AS that will meet your requirements. It isn't terribly difficult to build mrtg, & rrdtool from source and probably won't difficult to build the mailgraph tool either. The only "trick" that I've needed in the past with mrtg is to set the LOCALE to en_us when running it (LANG=en_US mrtg ...) in the crontab. And, depending on how you installed 3.0AS it may be necssary to add one or more *-devel packages to the system (libpng-devel, etc)
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This is this package which is missing....

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I'm sorry, but I don't understand your last comment.
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When I tried to install a package I found, one of lib devel was missing and i could not find it (as rpm) for rh as 3

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What package was that?
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a rrdtools package found at http://dag.wieers.com/packages/rrdtool/

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