dd-b at dd-b.net
Thu Apr 14 04:26:01 CEST 2011
On 2011-04-13 21:03, j.halifax2 at seznam.cz wrote:
> a) You can pipe those values to your conversion program
> and process them as you wish. :)
Not in the Target: clause I can't; at least, I don't see it in the docs.
> b) For monitoring you should use the most reliable box
> not the most unreliable one like MSW. :)
I'm monitoring a bunch of Windows boxes; I don't get a choice about
that. The Nagios install is on a Linux system, though.
>> ------------ Původní zpráva ------------
>> Od: David Dyer-Bennet<dd-b at dd-b.net>
>> Předmět: [mrtg] Walk?
>> Datum: 14.4.2011 00:17:51
>> I see in the docs that prefixing "WaLK" to the name of an item will cause
>> an smnp walk starting there. What it doesn't say is what's done with the
>> data? Are the values added together? Or everything but the last one
>> thrown away? Or what?
>> (Problem: Windows load monitoring, where walking 220.127.116.11.18.104.22.168.3.1.2
>> will get me a list of CPU load values for however many cores the system
>> has. I'd love to have an easy way to report the sum of those values,
>> without having to configure it individually for each system and keep it up
>> to date if the hardware changes.)
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