[mrtg] Re: CPU config help was Help, if you please.

Paul C. Williamson pwilliamson at mandtbank.com
Wed Aug 1 17:15:18 MEST 2001

First, nice subject.  In the future, try putting a better description in sot
 hat people will help.  

Second, RTFM.  

Third, upgrade to a non-pre version to get more predictable results.

Fourth, look in the archives.  This has been discussed at length many 

Fifth, try it yourself.  From the post, it's pretty easy to tell you haven't spent 
much time looking in your own config files.

Sixth, ask the list.  Seems you've skipped a few steps.

Seventh, this solution has nothing to do with programming.  More to 
do with following some basic system admin instincts.

I know. you probably don't deserve this, but I've had a day's worth
of problems this morning.  And this gets asked ALL the time.


>>> <WBRUGGE at email.sears.ca> 08/01/01 10:42AM >>>

I was wondering if someone could either tell me how or where to look for
the solution to my question... I have successfully installed MRTG version
2.9.11pre1 on NT service pack 6a and everything seems to be great, a very
impressive product!  Now, I would like to try and monitor CPU utilization
on my devices as well.  I visited the Cisco site and retrieved the MIB
value of what I want to monitor (AvgBusy5 Five-minute moving average of the
CPU busy percentage) but now I am at a loss.  I checked the faq's and the
MIB help and I think it I have to use the Target[ ]: command but where and
how exactly I am not sure.  Any help is greatly appreciated.


p.s. when answering keep in mind I am a programming idiot!

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