[mrtg] Re: funny graphs for NT cpu usage?
Jim Jones, Jr.
jimslists at arcomcontrols.com
Fri Oct 29 04:51:36 MEST 1999
Wouldn't that make the blue line flat? I would like the graph to look just
like the cisco's
Any more ideas?
----- Original Message -----
From: David C Prall <dcp at dcptech.com>
To: <mrtg at list.ee.ethz.ch>
Sent: Thursday, October 28, 1999 8:55 PM
Subject: [mrtg] Re: funny graphs for NT cpu usage?
> > I have been using mrtg for a while now and have looked at every option
> > could think of to fix this... the cpu usage graph for nt has the blue
> > mostly maxed out, with some dips... see this example...
> > http://www.oct.net/mrtg/oct-www-cpu.html
> > The cisco's cpu usage is what I want the nt's to look like. see this
> > example...
> > http://www.oct.net/mrtg/bertrand-cpu.html
> > both configs are as close to identicle as possible.
> > any ideas?
> It appears that you are polling the same oid twice. The first poll
> causes the CPU to hit 100% when the second poll takes place. You need to
> find another OID to use that always returns zero. Or write your own
> little script that returns the actual value and a 0 to mrtg.
> David C Prall, MCNE MCSE DCP Technologies
> dcp at dcptech.com Alexandria, VA
> dcppage at dcptech.com http://www.dcptech.com
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