[rrd-users] Re: front-end to monitor by snmp and scripts

Alejandro D. Garin linuxero2 at yahoo.com
Tue Jun 10 20:05:24 MEST 2003

On Tuesday 10 June 2003 14:43, Daniel Magnuszewski wrote:
> Alejandro,
> Does this front-end allow you to grab statistics from multiple devices and
> graph them together? If this is true, I'm very interested in not only
> testing and using this, but also helping with development. Thanks.

Hi Dan:

Yes, you can select multiple devices with one variable (for example four 
interfaces of two differentes devices and graph then together)
Check this url for an example of this...

The frontend will support graphs of one device and multiple variables ( for 
example server-eth0 -> Bytes In and Bytes Out)

( I am CC the list for information to another interested users )


> -Dan
> "Alejandro D. Garin" <linuxero2 at yahoo.com> wrote:
> Hello!
> I'm working in a front-end that can monitor by SNMP (any mib) or by
> Scripts. My idea is to share the program with all to make it better and
> would be great if I could contact with people interested in test, help me
> to develop!!, contribute with ideas, etc...
> I use perl with some modules for the base programming.
> Php4 for the interface to generate graphs
> Postgresql as the database.
> RRDTool of course :-)
> What the program can do:
> *Poll data (snmp or scripts) from diferentes points. You can configure
> severals polling servers to get the data, located in diferents networks,
> the only thing that is needed is access to the database.
> *At this time I am polling some standards mibs (interfaces, host, udp, tcp)
> and some for specific agents (net-snmp, cisco2900 switch, microsoft mib)
> *A nice interface to generate the graphs.
> Someone interested to help?
> You can ask me any question about the front-end.
> thanks for reading.


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