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I am using Munin for monitoring my server.

I installed the apache_watch_ plugin so that i could see apache related activity. The graphs for apache_accesses, apache_processes and apache_volume work fine.

But the graphs for Apache Documents served, Apache Input/output (bytes), Apache Requests don't show any activity in the graph. The important thing is that these graphs that don't show anything are supposed to show the data divided per vhosts.

I am on Ubuntu 10.04.1 LTS (Lucid Lynx) and the munin version is 1.4.4.

One thing that I think may be the cause for issue is that I have a separate config file for every vhost, which are included in the main config. But I can't really figure out any solution.

Any help will be greatly appreciated!

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There's a related question here:… With a solution which worked for me, plus some diagnostic steps you might find useful – Harry Wood Nov 9 '11 at 14:41

What does

% munin-node-configure --suggest | grep apache
apache_accesses            | no   | no [Port 80: Forbidden]                
apache_processes           | no   | no [Port 80: Forbidden]                
apache_volume              | no   | no [Port 80: Forbidden]    

return ?

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