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when they specify different intervals, only one of them (the first one encountered) will take effect and all others will be silently ignored.
Load Plugin may either be a simple configuration If enabled, collectd will export all global symbols of the plugin (and of all libraries loaded as dependencies of the plugin) and, thus, makes those symbols available for resolving unresolved symbols in subsequently loaded plugins if that is supported by your system.
Warning: You should set this once and then never touch it again.
If you do, Number of threads to start for reading plugins.
If there are , the metric is dropped with a probability that is proportional to the number of metrics in the queue (i.e.
it increases linearly until it reaches 100%.) If Write Queue Limit High is set to non-zero and Write Queue Limit Low is unset, the latter will default to half of Write Queue Limit High.
This is useful (or possibly even required), e.g., when loading a plugin that embeds some scripting language into the daemon (e.g. Scripting languages usually provide means to load extensions written in C.
Obviously smaller values lead to a higher system load produced by collectd, while higher values lead to more coarse statistics.See types.db(5) for a description of the format of this file.If this option is not specified, a default file is read.It is a good idea to load any logging plugins first in order to catch messages from plugins during configuration.
Also, unless Auto Load Plugin is enabled, the Load Plugin option will be mostly useless.See the documentation of those plugins (e.g., collectd-perl(5) or collectd-python(5)) for details. As a special exception, if the plugin name is either Sets a plugin-specific interval for collecting metrics. If a plugin provides its own support for specifying an interval, that setting will take precedence.