[mrtg] LM_SENSORS for Windows?
gboelter at gbsconsult.net
Sun Sep 2 06:59:30 CEST 2007
William Owen wrote:
> If this is a "server" built on regular desktop hardware, you could try
> Motherboard Monitor and the SNMP Informant MBM extension
> (http://www.wtcs.org/informant/mbm/overview.htm). If this is server
> class hardware, many vendors (Dell, HP, IBM...) provide MIBs for
> physical hardware monitoring. Check you documentation or give the
> vendor a buzz.
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> [mailto:mrtg-bounces at lists.oetiker.ch] On Behalf Of Guenther Boelter
> Sent: Saturday, September 01, 2007 12:53 AM
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> Subject: [mrtg] LM_SENSORS for Windows?
> like I am doing with Linux, I would like to setup a MRTG for a Windows
> 2000 Server too.
> I thought it can't be a problem. I will change the MIBs/OID in my config
> and that's all. But I forget, it's Microsoft ....
> Under Linux I have installed lm_sensors to get the CPU- and Mainboard
> temperature and some other stuff, but how can I get it in a Windows
> Is there something similar to lm_sensors for Windows?
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It's a "server" built on regular desktop hardware, so I will try the
Motherboard Monitor together with the SNMP Informant MBM extension.
Thanks a lot, have never heard about this extension before.
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