[rrd-users] Re: RRD on Linux monitoring Windows Perfmon
list1 at applied-linux.com
Thu May 29 21:22:17 MEST 2003
Hey all, just wanted to thank you for your help. I know the questions
weren't RRD specific, so I appreciate your patience. After a few tough
decisions, I decided to go with a set of Win2k performance MIBs available
I've been against installing 3rd party "free" windows applications that do
not disclose source (but thats another topic for another day . . .), but
this set of OIDs allows me to snmpget/snmpwalk the data into my rrd files.
For any of you that are monitoring a mix of unix and linux, I think you
might find this fairly helpful.
It interfaces with the existing windows MIB, and
> At 17:02 2003-05-28, List Subscriber wrote:
> >Hi all, I've been using RRD for a couple of years to graph the output of
> >SNMP and rstad for our routers and Unix/Linux servers. However, we are
> >getting some Windows servers, and I would love to be able to monitor
> >as well. Windows has a "perfmon", and I was wondering if any of the
> >users has been able to successfully request metrics from the windows
> >perfmon daemon?
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