[mrtg] Re: OIDs for Disk space Monitoring In windows NT

Jeffrey Wilkinson jeff at ozline.net
Tue Dec 9 15:23:29 MET 2003

We've had problems with this branch, and have found these as alternatives for
disk space
used in bytes:

    multiplied by

As a personal preference I also use the following, which draws a flat blue
line at the
top representing total disk capacity.  This isn't particularly useful, but it
gives a
visual cue to help you relate how much of the total disk space has been used
at-a-glance, without having to consciously think whether the graph has been
scaled or

    multiplied by

----- Original Message ----- 
From: <john.hoffman at za.pwc.com>
To: <gmallika at corp.untd.com>
Cc: <mrtg at list.ee.ethz.ch>
Sent: Monday, December 08, 2003 9:26 AM
Subject: [mrtg] Re: OIDs for Disk space Monitoring In windows NT

> Gogulamudi,
> NT disk OID should be something like this;
> C:  Disk Space Available in MBytes
> C:  % Disk Space Available
> D:  Disk Space Available in MBytes
> D:  % Disk Space Available
> You may need to chack the instance of each drive.
> USE:
> Options[XXXXXXXX.drvX]: gauge, nopercent, growright
> LegendI[XXXXXXXX.drvX]: &nbsp; MB Free
> LegendO[XXXXXXXX.drvX]: &nbsp; % Free
> Also you can take a look at
> http://www.somix.com/support/mrtg_repository.php
> Regards
> John

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