mrtg 2.17.2-1ubuntu1 source package in Ubuntu

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mrtg (2.17.2-1ubuntu1) precise; urgency=low

  * Merge from debian unstable (LP: #890368).  Remaining changes:
    - make-ifref-default-to-name.patch: Make --ifref default to name.

mrtg (2.17.2-1) unstable; urgency=low

  * New upstream release
    - updated mrtg-squid doc; thanks to Chris Chiappa; Closes: #317813
    - support for glob patterns for include files; thanks to Jamin W. Collins;
      Closes: #245355
    - remove a race-condition when writing new trafic graph files with rateup by
      writing to a temp file and moving it later; thanks to <email address hidden>;
      Closes: #20641
    - do not load Net_SNMP_util unless snmpv3 is requested; thanks to Martín
      Ferrari; Closes: #404168
    - explicitly import Socket6 routines in SNMP_Session; thanks to Matija
      Grabnar; Closes: #629331
    - adjustment for perl new taint mode (since 5.10); thanks to Julien Savoie
      for the report; Closes: #612550
  * Acknowledge NMU; Closes: #625695
  * debian/README.Debian
    - removed notice about snmpd configuration; thanks to Harald Dunkel for the
      report; Closes: #599802
  * debian/source/format
    - converted to 3.0 (quilt) format
  * debian/patches/bts113894_use_gawk.patch
    - convert [f3f7427] to a proper patch
  * debian/patches/bts457032_fix_doc_location.patch
    - convert [9d8bd7a] to a proper patch
  * debian/patches/fix_for_ipacc.patch
    - convert [75f1393] to a proper patch
  * debian/patches/fix_typos_doc_manpages.patch
    - convert [2867bb3] to a proper patch
  * debian/patches/bts113814_mrtgindx.cgi
    - convert [759fe33] to a proper patch
  * debian/patches/bts167107_nodefaultglobal.patch
    - convert [ef33ad5] to a proper patch
  * debian/patches/dont_create_varlockmrtg.patch
    - convert [369821e] to a proper patch
  * debian/patches/{mrtg_lock_temp_cache_files_fixups.patch,
                    cfgmaker_debian_workdir.patch,
		    iptables-accounting_linewrap.patch}
    - convert part of [02d0030] to a proper patch
  * debian/rules
    - don't remove *.rej and *.orig, they are in the upstream tarball
    - fix build, build-arch, build-indep targets as lintian suggests
  * debian/control
    - bump Standards-Version to 3.9.2 (no changes needed)
  * debian/cron.d
    - don't run if Workdir is not a directory; thanks to Adrian Bridgett for the
      report; Closes: #527315
 -- Leo Iannacone <email address hidden>   Wed, 24 Aug 2011 22:20:31 +0000

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Uploaded by:
Leo Iannacone on 2011-11-15
Sponsored by:
Felix Geyer
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Ubuntu Developers
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Section:
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Urgency:
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Binary packages built by this source

mrtg: multi router traffic grapher

 The Multi Router Traffic Grapher is a tool primarily used to monitor the
 traffic load on network links (typically by using SNMP). MRTG generates HTML
 pages containing PNG images which provide a LIVE visual representation of this
 traffic. MRTG typically produces daily, weekly, monthly, and yearly graphs.
 .
 In addition to monitoring via SNMP, MRTG can also generate graphs based on
 the output of any application, allowing one to generate graphs of anything
 that needs monitoring (for example, CPU and memory usage, email volumes, web
 hits, etc). For faster data collection, MRTG can also interface to RRDtool.
 .
 The mrtg-contrib package contains the contributed scripts and configuration
 files that used to form part of the mrtg package.

mrtg-contrib: multi router traffic grapher (contributed files)

 A collection of sample scripts and configuration files for the Multi Router
 Traffic Grapher (MRTG). This package contains the contributed files that ship
 with MRTG.