[mrtg] Monitor Exchange 2003 related counters

Koelstra, J. (Jan) JKoelstra at MINSZW.NL
Wed May 23 09:30:49 CEST 2007

We do it by using the windows perfmon counters.
We have perfmon scheduled to gather several counters every 5 minutes and store these in a csv file.
>From mrtg we run a perl script to get the counter from the csv file.

There used to be a few sites that explained in detail how to setup perfmon and offered scripts to get the data from the csv file into MRTG and create a mrtg config file.



	-----Original Message-----
	From: mrtg-bounces at lists.oetiker.ch [mailto:mrtg-bounces at lists.oetiker.ch] On Behalf Of Steve Shipway
	Sent: Wednesday, May 23, 2007 5:48 AM
	To: Thomas Olsen; MRTG List
	Subject: Re: [mrtg] Monitor Exchange 2003 related counters

	You can monitor exchage counters in several way.


	We do it by installing the pNSclient or nsclient++ agent on the Exchange box, then querying it using the mrtg-pnsclient.pl script (get from steveshipway.org or included with routers2).  You can also do it via SNMP if you install the perfMIB extensions (too much trouble for me).  These methods let you graph any perfmon counter at all, not just exchange.




	Is it possible to monitor and graph any Exchange 2003 related counters with MRTG?
	I am primarily thinking about SMTP Queue Length and maybe the amount of messages and MegaBytes sent/received on a Routing Group Connector.


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