[mrtg] SNMP UpTime

Ashley M. Kirchner ashley at pcraft.com
Tue Dec 26 23:27:24 MET 2000

    While graphing one of my servers (with v2.9.6), I noticed that MRTG
takes system.sysUpTime.0 to plot for system uptime, as opposed to
host.hrSystem.hrSystemUptime.0.  The latter being the actual system
uptime, and the former being the SNMP daemon uptime.  Was this done on
purpose?  The daemon's uptime isn't always the same as the system
uptime, specially not if someone just restarted it (reconfiguring, new
MIBs, blah blah blah).


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