[mrtg] Re: SNMP monitoring of Windows CPU/Memory/Disk
bill.matthews at gmail.com
Mon Jun 13 17:47:38 MEST 2005
Thanks all. I'm still having some problems, both with the stock MS
service, and SNMP Informant.
Maybe my problem is I don't know which MIBs to watch?
In Linux/Unix I would watch:
ssCpuRawUser.0 & ssCpuRawSystem.0 to get CPU utlization
memTotalReal.0 & memAvailReal.0 to get memory
memTotalSwap.0 & memAvailSwap.0 to get SWAP
hrSystemProcesses.0 to get # of processes
hrStorageSize.whatever & hrStorageUsed.whatever to watch a disk
The only ones that work in W2K/W2K3 are hrSystemProcesses and
hrStorageSize. I can't seem to find any CPU, Mem, or Swap MIBs?
On 6/10/05, PAUL WILLIAMSON <pwilliamson at mandtbank.com> wrote:
> That might be me, it might not. I'm neither the owner, nor
> the developer. Just a happy user.
> Having said that, one problem I have is that the broken SNMP
> that comes with MS servers has some serious drawbacks.
> Interface indicies change randomly. The reported free disk
> space is based on what the drive %full is at on boot, so if you
> use up space while it's on (duh!, of course you will), it will
> not catch the changes. There is no way to do 64 bit
> counters on gig interfaces. Memory and process information
> is spotty at best. Although some of this has gotten
> better with 2003, there are few people out there that
> have jumped to it.
> SNMP Informant is free too. You just have to do a tad
> bit more work to enable it vs. the stock MS one.
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