[mrtg] MRTG with Dell 2650 PowerEdge

Tim Reimers tim.reimers at asheville.k12.nc.us
Fri Jan 9 15:04:48 MET 2004


Hoping someone can help me understand something here-

I'm getting either weird values (snmpwalk/get) or no values (mrtg)
from a Dell 2650

The details:
I'm running RH80/MRTG 2.9.17-8
against a Dell 2650 running Windows 2000

The commands:

Here's the snmpget I run (snmpwalk returns the same thing)

[acslinux#]: /usr/bin/snmpget -v 1 -c <commstring <hostname>

This doesn't look much like a valid temp reading!!!
SNMPv2-SMI::enterprises.674.10892.1.700. = INTEGER: 330

So, I'm getting something out of SNMP on the server- I've got the right
community string, etc

Why is it not a valid temp, and why isn't MRTG graphing anything?

The MRTG cfg file:

WorkDir: /var/www/html/mrtg
XSize[acstechcpu]: 360
YSize[acstechcpu]: 75
Title[acstechcpu]: ACSTECH Processor 1 - Temperature (F)
MaxBytes[acstechcpu]: 212
AbsMax[acstechcpu]: 212
Options[acstechcpu]: growright,gauge,nopercent
PageTop[acstechcpu]: <h1>ACSTECH Processor 1 - Temperature (F)</h1>
YLegend[acstechcpu]: Deg F
ShortLegend[acstechcpu]: &deg;F
Legend1[acstechcpu]: ACSTECH CPU 1 - TEMP

This doesn't create any info in the graphs, but MRTG doesn't error out
if you run it manually either-

(this is a version of the same OID set up to convert from Celsius to
Fahrenheit, per a cfg I found online
for UPS monitoring)

Target[acstechcpu]: ( / 10 ) *
1.8 + 32

thanks, Tim

Tim Reimers
Asheville City Schools IT

http://www.gordano.com - Messaging for educators.

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