[mrtg] The ping-probe script i use returns only integer.
robert.knotek at brainforce.co.at
Mon Nov 29 10:04:53 MET 1999
Last week i asked. There was no responnce so i try again
The ping-probe script i use only returns integer.
Thats Ok if i monitor nodes on an WAN because png times anre greater 1 ms.
Whes i monitor nodes on an LAN times most times lower 1 ms.
That there will be no beautifull graph is ok.
BUT i use theshols checking for uptime measuring. Nodes on an WAN i can
check if time is lower 1 ms its not reachable because ping probe return 0ms
if it can't reach the node.
On an LAN there are the times lower 1 ms (0,1.... 0,9 ms) and so
ping-probe returns 0 ms whichmy theshold think is an node in DOWN state.
Ist there any ping-probe which returns at least 1 number behind the komma
(0,1 and not 0)
I use LINUX and the ping returns the right value.
Ing. Robert KNOTEK
BRAIN FORCE SOFTWARE AG
Gumpendorferstr. 83 / 1 / 1
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email: robert.knotek at brainforce.co.at
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