In recent years, the Chamilo LMS software we develop has grown in size, to something that many people might consider unreasonable (to some extent, we do too). This article explains why the Chamilo package for Chamilo 1.11.8 weighs 1100MB (yeah, 1.1GB!) or, in its compressed form, about 285MB. We've heard comments of many people about this. These usually go like this:
sudo munin-run [plugin]For example, if your nginx_status graph in the Munin web interface is empty, you can try
sudo munin-run nginx_statusThe name of the plugin will auto-complete with the TAB key, with any plugin
Munin 2.0 has been released and packaged for Debian, and even backported to Squeeze (from backports.debian.org). Even though there are still some quirks in this version (or just the Debian packaging), it is far better (more scalable, more powerful and prettier) than version 1.4.
$ cd $ mkdir src $ cd src $ sudo grep deb-src /etc/apt/sources.list > /etc/apt/sources.list.d/wheezy.list $ sudo vim wheezy.list (change squeeze to wheezy and remove security line) $ sudo apt-get update $ mkdir sphinxsearch $ cd sphinxsearch $ apt-get source sphinxsearch $ apt-get build-dep sphinxsearch $ cd sphinxsearch-2.0.3/ $ debuild $ cd .. $ dpkg -i sphinxsearch_2.0.3-1_amd64.debYou can then start it with
$ sudo vim /etc/default/sphinxsearch $ STAR