[mrtg] Re: What OID is allways 0 ?

Alex van den Bogaerdt alex at slot.hollandcasino.nl
Mon Oct 4 23:17:46 MEST 1999

Huy Vo wrote:
> It depends on which devices.  Using snmpwalk with trial and error you would
> find
> the right one with have a zero.

No, you read the MIB file and pick a usefull one. You should not guess.

> However, I can set the OUT graph the same color with the IN graph:
> Colours[xxx.cpu]: GREEN#00eb0c,GREEN#00eb0c,DARK GREEN#006600,VIOLET#ff00ff

Again: no. It is possible that the first query is influencing the second
one. For instance, Windows NT seems to suffer from this if you query its
cpu usage ... Doing so will produce a line and a bar of the same color,
with different heights.

> Hope this helps. (I'd better read the manual as Alex said).

And again: no. You'd better read the manual as **Tobi** tells you to do:

In the file README which means that you should read it:

"In any case, make sure you read the mrtg documentation in the
doc subdirectory. Especially the manual.txt.

tobi oetiker <oetiker at ee.ethz.ch>

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