[mrtg] monitoring services on remote snmp enabled windows server
henke.jacobsson at gmail.com
Fri Jul 13 17:01:49 CEST 2007
I use perl and bash scripts on my server (locally though)
Max Hetrick skrev:
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> Harry John wrote:
>> but i tried using an mib view (oidView) to view the OIDs of a
>> server..how can i make sure i get correct values for temperature,cpu
>> load etc?there r hell a lot of objects and modules in it !
> My suggestion is to read up on how SNMP works. There are plenty of
> resources available for that, just do a Google search.
> For instance:
> The MIB tree is vast because it's a vast world of hardware and devices.
> Just about everything has a spot in SNMP, though.
> Next, you have to ensure that SNMP is installed and configured correctly
> on your servers. Again, there are plenty of resources available to help
> you install SNMP on Windows.
> Now, once you know that you have your servers configured correctly, use
> your MIB viewer and see what you can see. Often times, though things
> aren't just laid out in front of you. You sometimes have to do some
> digging, and you definitely have to understand what it is that SNMP is
> doing in order to get the picture.
> I know I'm being vague, but you have to understand SNMP before you can
> really use it. A lot of what you are looking for will fall under the
> HOST-RESOURCES-MIB. I'm much more used to SNMP on Linux, so I don't know
> where Windows has all of its stuff at.
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