[mrtg] Re: OID for CPU Util For LINUX.
Brian E. Seppanen
seppy at chartermi.net
Wed Nov 29 23:43:09 MET 2000
Actually, I had sort of a similar question. You're best bet is to go
strait to the MIB file. On my linux machine it's in
/usr/share/snmp/mibs/UCD-SNMP-MIB.txt just keep searching for CPU and
you'll find the relevent details for each aspect of it. We've got 1min.,
5min and 15min. load.
On Wed, 29 Nov 2000, Nasreddine Tabet-Aoul wrote:
> To: "'mrtg at list.ee.ethz.ch'" <mrtg at list.ee.ethz.ch>
> From: Nasreddine Tabet-Aoul <Nasreddine.Tabet-Aoul at madgeweb.com>
> Subject: [mrtg] OID for CPU Util For LINUX.
> Sorry I did sent this e-mail, and I am desperate for some help and I hop
> that some one has come accross this issue.
> I manage to get the following OID for CPU utilisation for a LINUX machine.
> Which translates into
> My question if this the OID for user Utilisation for what sort of period is
> it (1 minutes, 5minutes,etc?)
> ANy help is very much appreciated.
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