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Need help to restart httpd and a way to track bandwidth

Discussion in 'DD-WRT Firmware' started by Rurimoon, Oct 21, 2005.

  1. Rurimoon

    Rurimoon Network Guru Member

    I am *nix dummies, so can anyone tell me how to restart the httpd? I am using v22final. I am always on the status page and it keep refreshing itself, but since httpd has the memory leak the WRT restart serval times a day. Can anyone tell me how to restart httpd manually in telnet? I did
    # Killall httpd
    # httpd
    but it just give me a blank page when I login...
    Also how do I set the cron job to restart like once every hr ?
    btw, i know how to use vi ..

    also anyone know of a quick way to find out the bandwidth used for the 4 local ports? I use wrtbwlog to log the WAN port, but I also need to monitor the 4 ports. Beside, wrtbwlog refresh itself all the time so it reboot all the time.
    Any utility that I can set up to monitor those port?? I think I need to use SNMP but it's seems hard to setup..
     
  2. Cyberian75

    Cyberian75 Network Guru Member


    Code:
    httpd -d /www
     
  3. pasys

    pasys Network Guru Member

    you can install it on /jffs and then create a startup script so that it boots everytime , even the router does reboot
     

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