[mrtg] Re: Solaris System Stats

paul beard pkdb1 at home.com
Tue May 1 00:33:17 MEST 2001

Given that all MRTG does is graph two datapoints, regardless of how they're
derived, you can use your favorite tool to pull data and graph it.

But since you're running Solaris, what you really want to do is run SE,
ORCA, and RRDtool. 

see this for a taste of what you get.


It's not updating anymore but you can see what detail you can get. You can
also extract your own data from the logs that drive this stuff.

see also: http://www.setoolkit.com

on 4/30/01 1:56 PM, Asim Iqbal Alavi at aalavi at iocenter.net wrote:

> I have used MRTG in the past to graph network
> stats from my routers and switches successfully,
> but I am not sure how to proceed with the solaris
> machines. Would the configmaker utlility still be
> helpful or would I have to write a script my self.

Paul Beard / 206 529 8400
8040 27th Ave NE
Seattle WA 98115

You'll wish that you had done some of the hard things when they were easier
to do.

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