[mrtg] Re: linux MIB.
jofficer at insidehouston.org
Mon Nov 29 07:54:09 MET 1999
first, yes it has been thoroughly discussed, but thats ok ...
Ok what you need to do is first determine what SNMPd package you are
running, wether it be UCD or CMU. Next compile the appropriate MIB files
into an MIB/OID browser and look for the data you wish to gather.
Start by telling us which SNMPd package you are running, we can all move
----- Original Message -----
From: Marc-Adrian Napoli <marcadrian at cia.com.au>
To: <mrtg at list.ee.ethz.ch>
Sent: Monday, November 29, 1999 12:28 AM
Subject: [mrtg] linux MIB.
> hi all,
> i'm sure this has been looked over many times... i just can't seem to find
> anything right now.
> i have a linux box running snmpd.
> i am already monitoring the incoming/outgoing traffic on each eth0
> i now want to monitor disk usage.
> should i
> a) write a little script that uses "df" to give me some numbers, and feed
> these to mrtg?
> b) find out what the linux MIB integer is for disk usage and use that?
> c) erm..
> i think b is the answer. :) but i just can't seem to find that magic
> can anyone help?
> Marc-Adrian Napoli
> Connect Infobahn Australia
> +61 2 92811750
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