[mrtg] Re: Computing 3 Objects
R.Ruijgrok at arbeidsbureau.nl
Wed Aug 4 17:00:08 MEST 1999
I use an external program called rstat2mrtg for graphing CPU utilization of
DG/UX and Solaris systems. In fact it should work for all systems running
the rstatd daemon, however doesn't seem to work for my Linux Redhat 6.0 box.
If your MRTG server is running on DG/UX, Solaris or Linux, you can use
As always: read the documentation first...
> Van: Krawczyk, Jeff[SMTP:Jeff.Krawczyk at weamfg.com]
> Verzonden: woensdag 4 augustus 1999 16:39
> Aan: MRTG (E-mail)
> Onderwerp: [mrtg] Computing 3 Objects
> Is the following possible with mrtg-2.7.4b?
> Scenario: The CPU utilization on our Unix box is broken out into three
> objects. One OID for System, one OID for User and lastly one OID for Idle.
> See below
> computerSystemUserCPU 184.108.40.206.220.127.116.11.18.104.22.168 Counter
> computerSystemSysCPU 22.214.171.124.126.96.36.199.188.8.131.52 Counter
> computerSystemIdleCPU 184.108.40.206.220.127.116.11.18.104.22.168 Counter
> If I graph each one I get incorrect information, obviously because I need
> factor all three to meet 100% as exampled below:
> Graphing System CPU Usage
> Total = computerSystemUserCPU + computerSystemSysCPU +
> computerSystemSysCPU / Total * 100 = percentage
> Can this be done with MRTG? If I need to write a C program I can. However,
> how would I interface my output into MRTG?
> The Cadillac would be to have all three values plotted on a graph on a
> of 100!!!
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