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- --On Sunday, December 03, 2006 19:43:41 +0300 Boris Samorodov <[EMAIL
> On Sun, 03 Dec 2006 04:09:18 -0400 Marc G. Fournier wrote:
>> Since the point of this is to be run monthly, out of periodic monthly, the
>> 1st of the month is when all hosts should be 'renewing' their information
> I have some diskless workstations running FreeBSD. Sure users are not
> supposed to use them _every_ first day of month (ex. when this day is
> a weekend or a holiday). Whould stats from those workstations be
Good question ... not useless, but not sure how (and/or if) it would work ...
the script creates a /var/db/bsdstats file that contains the KEY/TOKEN that is
used to talk to the server, which is used on subsequent reports so that it
doesn't get reported as a 'new host', but just updates the old data ...
If its diskless, will each reboot end up reporting as a whole new host each
time, or is there some way of saving that /var/db/bsdstats across reboots?
Marc G. Fournier Hub.Org Networking Services (http://www.hub.org)
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