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 guprecords - Global uptime records

 Shows uprecord stats of several hosts at once.

 guprecords [--help] [--total|--all] [--count=i] [--indir=s]

 Shows every individual uptime of all hosts.

 Show i num of entries. Default is 23.

 Don't display the FQDNs

 Shows the help

 Read all the *.records files from dir s. Default is ./

 Aggregates a total uptime for every single host.

 Quick getting started
 Firstival, you need to collect uprecords using the uptimed deaemon. To
 install it run:

 sudo aptitude install uptimed

 Please consult the uptimed and uprecords manpages. Please ensure to
 understand how it works and what it does.

 uptimed collects uprecords to


 And this file is used by guprecords for further processing.

 Collect all the uprecords
 You may have several hosts with uptimed running already. Collect all the
 records file to a central repository (e.g. git). Name each file
 FQDN.records and run

 guprecords --indir ./

 You may automate the collecting of all the uprecords using something
 like cron or puppet.

 See package description or project website.

 Paul Buetow - <http://guprecords.buetow.org>