[mrtg] Re: Windows Graphs/SNMP
josh.maillists at gmail.com
Thu May 25 08:43:16 MEST 2006
Oh wow, thats what I really need then. Perf logs in mrtg graphs would
be a wonder. Is there no easier solution though? and how do you figure
out what all the snmp calls are? i mean, the long strings of numbers
thanks in advance.
On 5/23/06, Steve Shipway <s.shipway at auckland.ac.nz> wrote:
> > I found a website that shows you can get MRTG to show you
> > http connections on an IIS server and I'm wondering how I can
> > get that info from SNMP from windows? I have done a little
> > searching but have not come up with very useful information.
> > If anyone could help, i would be very appreciative.
> You can do it by installing the perfmib extensions, that allow you to SNMP
> query the items in the perfmon counters. This is difficult, though. The
> way we do it is to install the pNSclient agent (this is actually part of
> Nagios and can be obtained from www.nagiosexchange.com) and then query it
> using mrtg-pnsclient.pl (this is available from www.steveshipway.org or as
> part of the routers2 distribution in the extras directory).
> The same method allows us to monitor print queues, SQLServer connections and
> performance, disk throughput and so on.
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