[mrtg] Help for graphing cpu usage of a monitored router
Daniel J McDonald
dan.mcdonald at austinenergy.com
Wed Dec 5 18:04:09 CET 2007
On Wed, 2007-12-05 at 11:21 -0500, Raymond Joseph Kopp wrote:
> I have been looking at cfgmaker commands and I've done a google search
> on how to add cpu monitoring of a router to the config.
> So far I find it confusing and in no way clear.
Patches welcome. This is open-source software...
> We run mrtg on a BSD free unix box and we are running version 2.15.2.
> It seems that cfgmaker should have provision for adding cpu as a
> parameter, but I see nothing in cfgmaker documentation to
> refer to cpu monitoring.
cfgmaker doesn't know about a specific piece of network gear, and Cisco
routers are fairly problematic, as there are a number of variations.
There are at least three different OID's that may be used, and the
instance is variable per platform (and some platforms have more than one
I have a template that grabs that information, but it has a lot of
fields that would probably not be useful to you.
> Is this correct? isn't there some way of getting cfgmaker to create
> the code.
Yes, templates are the way to do that. I don't know of a good template
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