[mrtg] Re: Monitoring HP storage volumes on HP Unix

Clemson, Chris Chris.Clemson at softwareag.co.uk
Tue Oct 4 10:06:13 MEST 2005

> On 9/30/05, John Cushnie wrote:
> > I would like to use MRTG to monitor the space used on some 
> unix partitions within a HP Unix server.
> > The disks are served from a HP EVA5000, but appear as 
> standard unix partitions.

Is this anything like a HP9000?

I've been graphing them here and it works quite well.

> > Using an snmp treewalker I can see the data is around the 
> following area in the tree:
> > .
> > The main problem is I don't have sight of the MIB to make 
> sense of the numbers that are available through snmp.
> > Any suggestions on where to get the MIB, or does any one 
> have a suitable mrtg.cfg file to share/learn from ?

For example, my root free (not used) space is, and the total size is

It was just trial and error on my part finding out which was which,
although I'm sure there's a better way.


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