[mrtg] processor load SMP

Stuart Kendrick skendric at fhcrc.org
Wed Mar 7 21:17:05 CET 2007

hi garth,

do you know how to persuade MRTG to graph the disk parameters in 

i see errors which look like this when i try:

2007-03-07 01:17:10 -- 2007-03-07 01:12:24: WARNING: Expected a number 
but got 'C:'
2007-03-07 01:17:10 -- 2007-03-07 01:12:24: WARNING: Expected a number 
but got '_Total'
2007-03-07 01:17:12 -- 2007-03-07 01:17:11: ERROR: 
Target[creeper_wtcsdiskreadtimec:][_IN_] ' $target->[80]{$mode} ' did 
not eval into defined data
2007-03-07 01:17:12 -- 2007-03-07 01:17:11: ERROR: 
Target[creeper_wtcsdiskreadtimec:][_OUT_] ' $target->[80]{$mode} ' did 
not eval into defined data

here's my config file snippet:

#### lDiskPercentDiskReadTime vs lDiskPercentIdleTime ####
#Target[creeper_wtcsDiskReadTimeC:]:lDiskPercentDiskReadTime.2.67.58&lDiskPercentIdleTime.2.67.58:public at creeper:::::2
Target[creeper_wtcsDiskReadTimeC:]:. at creeper:::::2
Title[creeper_wtcsDiskReadTimeC:]:creeper Disk C: Read Time vs Idle Time
PageTop[creeper_wtcsDiskReadTimeC:]:<H1>creeper Disk C: Read Time vs 
Idle Time</H1>
YLegend[creeper_wtcsDiskReadTimeC:]:% Read/Idle Time
Legend1[creeper_wtcsDiskReadTimeC:]:% Read
Legend2[creeper_wtcsDiskReadTimeC:]:% Idle
Legend3[creeper_wtcsDiskReadTimeC:]:Peak Read
Legend4[creeper_wtcsDiskReadTimeC:]:Peak Idle

output from a walk:

INFORMANT-STD::lDiskPercentDiskReadTime."C:" = Gauge32: 0
INFORMANT-STD::lDiskPercentDiskReadTime."_Total" = Gauge32: 0
INFORMANT-STD::lDiskPercentIdleTime."C:" = Gauge32: 0
INFORMANT-STD::lDiskPercentIdleTime."_Total" = Gauge32: 0


stuart kendrick

Garth Williams wrote:
> If you are using Windows, you can download and use the SNMP Informant 
> STD (free) version.  It will allow you to GET stats on individual 
> processors.
> If it's a *Nix box, then sorry, I'm afraid I can't help!
> g
> Thank you very much!
> Garth K. Williams - Managing Director and Product Manager
> Informant Systems, Inc. (http://www.informant-systems.com)
>  - SNMP Informant (http://www.snmp-informant.com)
> -----Original Message-----
> From: "Mihai Bobos" <Mihai.Bobos at ranbaxy.com>
> To: <mrtg at lists.oetiker.ch>
> Date: Wed, 7 Mar 2007 08:30:16 +0200
> Subject: [mrtg] processor load SMP
>> Hi,
>> I have a problem: I want to monitor the processor load on one machine,
>> separate on every processor
>> the only thing I have found so far is the processor load on all
>> processors together
>> Is there any chance to find a MIB for each processor load?
>> Thank you
>> Mihai
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