On 05/01/17 09:57, Yann Belin wrote:
the collectors have to store
(temporarily) their data locally. A central side would then gather
data from the different locations, and store the that data in a DBMS
(currently thinking of MySQL, but I'm not married to it).


Have you considered using a message queue. pmacct supports RabbitMQ, and
I find this to be an extremely effective way to queue up data to be
processed later.

Charlie




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