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[nocol-users] Re: MRTG plugin that uses NOCOL hostmon for MRTG graphs...
> From: steve rader > For now, I've gotten around this problem by *graphing* > filesystems with MRTG which uses hostmon for the > "reporter". If anyone wants it, I can post a MRTG > reporting module that uses the NOCOL hostmon monitor. NOCOL foks: I got responses faster than I can drink my first cup of coffee and plenty of things I'm gladly ignoring... so... see ftp://teak.wiscnet.net/pub/src/hostmon2mrtg ftp://teak.wiscnet.net/pub/src/hostmon2mrtg.cfg ftp://teak.wiscnet.net/pub/src/Comm.pl Caveats: 1) I find that hostmon craps out if I telnet to it often, so there is a "-rsh" option to use rsh/ssh to grab hostmon's data. 2) If you graph "%CPU idle" you really get "%CPU busy" =:) MRTG folks: This msg comes from a thread ala firstname.lastname@example.org. NOCOL is an network/host resource availability monitoring system kinda like Rover. If NOCOL is new to ya, see http://www.netplex-tech.com/software/nocol/ happy holidays y'all, steve -- -- -- -- Steve Rader Systems and Network Manager WiscNet--Internetworking for Wisconsin email@example.com bash: syntax error near unexpected token `=:)'