[mrtg] LINUX & Win2003 MEM/HDD graphing . . . howto

Sean Cheesman scheesman at caeveo.com
Thu Mar 27 13:51:20 CET 2008

I feel like I'm talking to myself...  You asked this on the 22nd, and I responded as such:

MRTG polls SNMP data.  You can also run some local scripts, but that's not going to help you here.  A quick search of Yahoo brings up this: http://www.wtcs.org/informant/products.htm  The free standard agent version will allow you to poll CPU, Disk, Memory, and Network usage.

I hope you don't actually expect someone to write your config for you.  If you need an in-depth "how-to", you may want to hire someone.

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Subject: [mrtg] LINUX & Win2003 MEM/HDD graphing . . . howto

I am using MRTG on Linux. How can I do the following . . . ?

I want mrtg graph for the the harddisk partitions of various remote linux &windows 2003 base pcs like C: drive or D: drive with
Total Megabytes / Used Mbytes / Megabytes Available space graph.

I also like to graph the Total Memory/ Used Memory / Free memory.

Please help me.


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