[mrtg] Re: SNMP info from other end of WAN
mm at elabnet.de
Thu Sep 9 18:32:26 MEST 2004
it perfoms very well since I removed any external commands and do strictly SNMP.
The box is a Dell PE2450, 2xPIII-866, 768MB, 10k SCSI-Raid
4 instances means I start MRTG 4 times each as daemon with its own masterconfig including the host-configs..
no crontab, mrtg is much more efficient running as daemon, config is something like this:
the main reason for running instances is one for 1min polling GigE 3com-crap without SNMPv2-support (prevent loss due to counters-wrap) and two for far sites with many (> 20 hosts) where WAN-lines tend to fail from time to time and if let's say 20 of 100 hosts in a masterconfig are unreachable, mrtg tend to come into trouble.. but more forks could also help.
From: Alvaro Luiz Maia Motta [mailto:ALVAROLM at nec.com.br]
Sent: Thursday, September 09, 2004 4:52 PM
To: Michael Markstaller
Subject: FW: [mrtg] Re: SNMP info from other end of WAN
You said you have ~3500 targets polled by a single mrtg-server. How is
mrtg box performing? What do you mean by 4 instances of mrtg? Are you
running these instances on the server's startup or using cron?
Thank you for your time.
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