Andrea Ruggeri | 27 Apr 12:00 2016
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Problem template MRTG for VMWare

Good morning guys,

I'm trying to track my VMWare system, but finding these errors.
Who can help me ?!

Thank you,

Andrew

P.S. - This template is attached to an email.

root <at> nagios51: /etc/mrtg.d# cfgmaker --snmp-options = ::::: 2 --host-template = cfgmaker-templates / vmware-host.mrtg public <at> 10.101.2.11> vmware51.cfg

--base: Get Device Info on public <at> 10.101.2.11 ::::: 2
--base: Vendor Id: Unknown Vendor - 1.3.6.1.4.1.6876.4.1
--base: Populating confcache
--base: Get Interface info
--base: Walking ifIndex
--snpd: public <at> 10.101.2.11 ::::: 2 -> 1 -> ifIndex = 1
--snpd: public <at> 10.101.2.11 ::::: 2 -> 2 -> ifIndex = 2
--snpd: public <at> 10.101.2.11 ::::: 2 -> 3 -> ifIndex = 3
--snpd: public <at> 10.101.2.11 ::::: 2 -> 4 -> ifIndex = 4
--snpd: public <at> 10.101.2.11 ::::: 2 -> 5 -> ifIndex = 5
--snpd: public <at> 10.101.2.11 ::::: 2 -> 6 -> ifIndex = 6
--snpd: public <at> 10.101.2.11 ::::: 2 -> 7 -> ifIndex = 7
--snpd: public <at> 10.101.2.11 ::::: 2 -> 8 -> ifIndex = 8
--snpd: public <at> 10.101.2.11 ::::: 2 -> 9 -> ifIndex = 9
--snpd: public <at> 10.101.2.11 ::::: 2 -> 10 -> 10 = ifIndex
--snpd: public <at> 10.101.2.11 ::::: 2 -> 11 -> 11 = ifIndex
--snpd: public <at> 10.101.2.11 ::::: 2 -> 12 -> 12 = ifIndex
--snpd: public <at> 10.101.2.11 ::::: 2 -> 13 -> 13 = ifIndex
--snpd: public <at> 10.101.2.11 ::::: 2 -> 14 -> 14 = ifIndex
--snpd: public <at> 10.101.2.11 ::::: 2 -> 15 -> 15 = ifIndex
--base: Walking ifType
--snpd: public <at> 10.101.2.11 ::::: 2 -> 1 -> ifType = 6
--snpd: public <at> 10.101.2.11 ::::: 2 -> 2 -> ifType = 6
--snpd: public <at> 10.101.2.11 ::::: 2 -> 3 -> ifType = 6
--snpd: public <at> 10.101.2.11 ::::: 2 -> 4 -> ifType = 6
--snpd: public <at> 10.101.2.11 ::::: 2 -> 5 -> ifType = 54
--snpd: public <at> 10.101.2.11 ::::: 2 -> 6 -> ifType = 54
--snpd: public <at> 10.101.2.11 ::::: 2 -> 7 -> ifType = 54
--snpd: public <at> 10.101.2.11 ::::: 2 -> 8 -> ifType = 54
--snpd: public <at> 10.101.2.11 ::::: 2 -> 9 -> ifType = 258
--snpd: public <at> 10.101.2.11 ::::: 2 -> 10 -> ifType = 258
--snpd: public <at> 10.101.2.11 ::::: 2 -> 11 -> ifType = 258
--snpd: public <at> 10.101.2.11 ::::: 2 -> 12 -> ifType = 258
--snpd: public <at> 10.101.2.11 ::::: 2 -> 13 -> ifType = 258
--snpd: public <at> 10.101.2.11 ::::: 2 -> 14 -> ifType = 258
--snpd: public <at> 10.101.2.11 ::::: 2 -> 15 -> ifType = 258
--base: Walking ifAdminStatus
--snpd: public <at> 10.101.2.11 ::::: 2 -> 1 -> ifAdminStatus = 1
--snpd: ::::: public <at> 10.101.2.11 2 -> 2 -> 1 = ifAdminStatus
--snpd: public <at> 10.101.2.11 ::::: 2 -> 3 -> 1 = ifAdminStatus
--snpd: public <at> 10.101.2.11 ::::: 2 -> 4 -> ifAdminStatus = 1
--snpd: public <at> 10.101.2.11 ::::: 2 -> 5 -> ifAdminStatus = 1
--snpd: public <at> 10.101.2.11 ::::: 2 -> 6 -> ifAdminStatus = 1
--snpd: public <at> 10.101.2.11 ::::: 2 -> 7 -> ifAdminStatus = 1
--snpd: public <at> 10.101.2.11 ::::: 2 -> 8 -> ifAdminStatus = 1
--snpd: public <at> 10.101.2.11 ::::: 2 -> 9 -> ifAdminStatus = 1
--snpd: public <at> 10.101.2.11 ::::: 2 -> 10 -> ifAdminStatus = 1
--snpd: public <at> 10.101.2.11 ::::: 2 -> 11 -> ifAdminStatus = 1
--snpd: public <at> 10.101.2.11 ::::: 2 -> 12 -> ifAdminStatus = 1
--snpd: public <at> 10.101.2.11 ::::: 2 -> 13 -> ifAdminStatus = 1
--snpd: public <at> 10.101.2.11 ::::: 2 -> 14 -> ifAdminStatus = 1
--snpd: public <at> 10.101.2.11 ::::: 2 -> 15 -> ifAdminStatus = 1
--base: Walking ifOperStatus
--snpd: public <at> 10.101.2.11 ::::: 2 -> 1 -> ifOperStatus = 1
--snpd: public <at> 10.101.2.11 ::::: 2 -> 2 -> 1 = ifOperStatus
--snpd: public <at> 10.101.2.11 ::::: 2 -> 3 -> 1 = ifOperStatus
--snpd: public <at> 10.101.2.11 ::::: 2 -> 4 -> ifOperStatus = 1
--snpd: public <at> 10.101.2.11 ::::: 2 -> 5 -> ifOperStatus = 1
--snpd: public <at> 10.101.2.11 ::::: 2 -> 6 -> ifOperStatus = 1
--snpd: public <at> 10.101.2.11 ::::: 2 -> 7 -> ifOperStatus = 1
--snpd: public <at> 10.101.2.11 ::::: 2 -> 8 -> ifOperStatus = 1
--snpd: public <at> 10.101.2.11 ::::: 2 -> 9 -> ifOperStatus = 1
--snpd: public <at> 10.101.2.11 ::::: 2 -> 10 -> ifOperStatus = 1
--snpd: public <at> 10.101.2.11 ::::: 2 -> 11 -> ifOperStatus = 1
--snpd: public <at> 10.101.2.11 ::::: 2 -> 12 -> ifOperStatus = 1
--snpd: public <at> 10.101.2.11 ::::: 2 -> 13 -> ifOperStatus = 1
--snpd: public <at> 10.101.2.11 ::::: 2 -> 14 -> ifOperStatus = 1
--snpd: public <at> 10.101.2.11 ::::: 2 -> 15 -> ifOperStatus = 1
--base: Walking ifMtu
--snpd: public <at> 10.101.2.11 ::::: 2 -> 1 -> ifMtu = 1500
--snpd: public <at> 10.101.2.11 ::::: 2 -> 2 -> ifMtu = 1500
--snpd: public <at> 10.101.2.11 ::::: 2 -> 3 -> ifMtu = 1500
--snpd: public <at> 10.101.2.11 ::::: 2 -> 4 -> ifMtu = 1500
--snpd: public <at> 10.101.2.11 ::::: 2 -> 5 -> ifMtu = 1500
--snpd: public <at> 10.101.2.11 ::::: 2 -> 6 -> ifMtu = 1500
--snpd: public <at> 10.101.2.11 ::::: 2 -> 7 -> ifMtu = 1500
--snpd: public <at> 10.101.2.11 ::::: 2 -> 8 -> ifMtu = 1500
--snpd: public <at> 10.101.2.11 ::::: 2 -> 9 -> ifMtu = 1500
--snpd: public <at> 10.101.2.11 ::::: 2 -> 10 -> ifMtu = 1500
--snpd: public <at> 10.101.2.11 ::::: 2 -> 11 -> ifMtu = 1500
--snpd: public <at> 10.101.2.11 ::::: 2 -> 12 -> ifMtu = 1500
--snpd: public <at> 10.101.2.11 ::::: 2 -> 13 -> ifMtu = 1500
--snpd: public <at> 10.101.2.11 ::::: 2 -> 14 -> ifMtu = 1500
--snpd: public <at> 10.101.2.11 ::::: 2 -> 15 -> ifMtu = 1500
--base: Walking ifSpeed
--snpd: <at> ifSpeed ​​= 1: 2 1000000000: 1000000000 3: 1000000000 4: 1000000000 5: 0 6: 0 7: 0 8: 0 9: 0 10: 0 11: 0 12: 0 13: 0 14: 0 15 : 0

--base: Walking ifHighSpeed
Bareword found where operator expected at (eval 12) line 13, near "1024
MaxBytes "
        (Missing operator before MaxBytes?)
Bareword found where operator expected at (eval 12) line 14, near "10240000000
PAGETOP "
ERROR Evaluation of the contents in the file

cfgmaker-templates / vmware-host.mrtg
gave the error

"Syntax error at (eval 12) line 10, near" [ "
Global symbol "% SHNAME" requires explicit package name at (eval 12) line 10.
Global symbol "% OPTA" requires explicit package name at (eval 12) line 10.
Global symbol "% SHNAME" requires explicit package name at (eval 12) line 11.
Global symbol "% OPTA" requires explicit package name at (eval 12) line 11.
Global symbol "% SHNAME" requires explicit package name at (eval 12) line 11.
Global symbol "% OPTA" requires explicit package name at (eval 12) line 11.
Global symbol "% SHNAME" requires explicit package name at (eval 12) line 12.
Global symbol "% OPTA" requires explicit package name at (eval 12) line 12.
Global symbol "% SHNAME" requires explicit package name at (eval 12) line 13.
Global symbol "% OPTA" requires explicit package name at (eval 12) line 13.
(Eval 12) has too many errors.
"

exiting cfgmaker
root <at> nagios51: /etc/mrtg.d#

Attachment (vmware-host.mrtg): application/octet-stream, 4545 bytes
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Hauser Juergen | 19 Apr 19:14 2016

newbie cannot get any stats

Hi,
 
I installed the actual version of mrtg, but I didn’t receive any data of my switch.
Here is the output from the log:
 
2016-04-19 18:03:17 -- Started mrtg with config '/var/www/html/mrtg/cfg/mrtg.cfg'
2016-04-19 18:03:17 -- --base: Creating Lockfiles /var/www/html/mrtg/cfg/mrtg.cfg_l,/var/www/html/mrtg/cfg/mrtg.cfg_l_19710
2016-04-19 18:03:17 -- --base: Reading Config File: /var/www/html/mrtg/cfg/mrtg.cfg
2016-04-19 18:03:17 -- --cfg: /var/www/html/mrtg/cfg/mrtg.cfg[1]: # Created by
2016-04-19 18:03:17 -- --cfg: /var/www/html/mrtg/cfg/mrtg.cfg[2]: # ./cfgmaker --global "WorkDir: /var/www/html/mrtg" --global "Options[_]: bits,growright" --output /var/www/html/mrtg/cfg/mrtg.cfg 2:public <at> x.x.x.x
2016-04-19 18:03:17 -- --cfg: /var/www/html/mrtg/cfg/mrtg.cfg[3]:
2016-04-19 18:03:17 -- --cfg: /var/www/html/mrtg/cfg/mrtg.cfg[4]:
2016-04-19 18:03:17 -- --cfg: /var/www/html/mrtg/cfg/mrtg.cfg[5]: ### Global Config Options
2016-04-19 18:03:17 -- --cfg: /var/www/html/mrtg/cfg/mrtg.cfg[6]:
2016-04-19 18:03:17 -- --cfg: /var/www/html/mrtg/cfg/mrtg.cfg[7]: #  for UNIX
2016-04-19 18:03:17 -- --cfg: /var/www/html/mrtg/cfg/mrtg.cfg[8]: # WorkDir: /home/http/mrtg
2016-04-19 18:03:17 -- --cfg: /var/www/html/mrtg/cfg/mrtg.cfg[9]:
2016-04-19 18:03:17 -- --cfg: /var/www/html/mrtg/cfg/mrtg.cfg[10]: #  or for NT
2016-04-19 18:03:17 -- --cfg: /var/www/html/mrtg/cfg/mrtg.cfg[11]: # WorkDir: c:\mrtgdata
2016-04-19 18:03:17 -- --cfg: /var/www/html/mrtg/cfg/mrtg.cfg[12]:
2016-04-19 18:03:17 -- --cfg: /var/www/html/mrtg/cfg/mrtg.cfg[13]: ### Global Defaults
2016-04-19 18:03:17 -- --cfg: /var/www/html/mrtg/cfg/mrtg.cfg[14]:
2016-04-19 18:03:17 -- --cfg: /var/www/html/mrtg/cfg/mrtg.cfg[15]: #  to get bits instead of bytes and graphs growing to the right
2016-04-19 18:03:17 -- --cfg: /var/www/html/mrtg/cfg/mrtg.cfg[16]: # Options[_]: growright, bits
2016-04-19 18:03:17 -- --cfg: /var/www/html/mrtg/cfg/mrtg.cfg[17]:
2016-04-19 18:03:17 -- --cfg: /var/www/html/mrtg/cfg/mrtg.cfg[18]: EnableIPv6: no
2016-04-19 18:03:17 -- --cfg: /var/www/html/mrtg/cfg/mrtg.cfg[19]: WorkDir: /var/www/html/mrtg/stats
2016-04-19 18:03:17 -- --cfg: /var/www/html/mrtg/cfg/mrtg.cfg[20]: Options[_]: bits,growright
2016-04-19 18:03:17 -- --cfg: /var/www/html/mrtg/cfg/mrtg.cfg[21]:
2016-04-19 18:03:17 -- --cfg: /var/www/html/mrtg/cfg/mrtg.cfg[22]:  Target[r1]: 2:public <at> x.x.x.x
2016-04-19 18:03:17 -- --cfg: /var/www/html/mrtg/cfg/mrtg.cfg[23]:  MaxBytes[r1]: 8000
2016-04-19 18:03:17 -- --cfg: /var/www/html/mrtg/cfg/mrtg.cfg[24]:  Title[r1]: HP 5130 Core
2016-04-19 18:03:17 -- --cfg: /var/www/html/mrtg/cfg/mrtg.cfg[25]:  PageTop[r1]: <H1>Stats HP 5130 Core</H1>
2016-04-19 18:03:17 -- --cfg: /var/www/html/mrtg/cfg/mrtg.cfg[26]:
2016-04-19 18:03:17 -- --cfg: /var/www/html/mrtg/cfg/mrtg.cfg[27]: ######################################################################
2016-04-19 18:03:17 -- --cfg: /var/www/html/mrtg/cfg/mrtg.cfg[28]: # System:
2016-04-19 18:03:17 -- --cfg: /var/www/html/mrtg/cfg/mrtg.cfg[29]: # Description:
2016-04-19 18:03:17 -- --cfg: /var/www/html/mrtg/cfg/mrtg.cfg[30]: # Contact:
2016-04-19 18:03:17 -- --cfg: /var/www/html/mrtg/cfg/mrtg.cfg[31]: # Location:
2016-04-19 18:03:17 -- --cfg: /var/www/html/mrtg/cfg/mrtg.cfg[32]: ######################################################################
2016-04-19 18:03:17 -- --cfg: /var/www/html/mrtg/cfg/mrtg.cfg[33]:
2016-04-19 18:03:17 -- --cfg: /var/www/html/mrtg/cfg/mrtg.cfg[34]:
2016-04-19 18:03:17 -- --base: Reading Interface Config cache
2016-04-19 18:03:17 -- --base: Checking Config File
2016-04-19 18:03:17 -- --dir: ensure path IN:  '/var/www/html/mrtg/stats'
2016-04-19 18:03:17 -- --dir: ensure path OUT: '/var/www/html/mrtg/stats/'
2016-04-19 18:03:17 -- --dir: imagehtml =
2016-04-19 18:03:17 -- --base: Loading default Locale
2016-04-19 18:03:17 -- --base: Starting main Loop
2016-04-19 18:03:17 -- --base: Populate Target object by polling SNMP and external Datasources
2016-04-19 18:03:17 -- --base: End of main Loop
2016-04-19 18:03:17 -- --base: Exit main Loop
2016-04-19 18:03:17 -- --base: Remove Lock Files
2016-04-19 18:03:17 -- --base: Store Interface Config Cache
 
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Brian Rapp | 25 Mar 17:08 2016
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MRTG graphs suddenly stopped updating

Greetings,

I use MRTG 2.17.4 to monitor a system with several thousand nodes. It's 
been running perfectly for nearly year.  Yesterday, the graphs suddenly 
stopped displaying information for every single node. Dumping the rrd 
files shows that every entry since 1700z contains NaN, as shown here:

<!-- 2016-03-24 16:35:00 GMT / 1458837300 --> 
<row><v>1.1346932622e+05</v><v>4.4329144411e+05</v></row>
<!-- 2016-03-24 16:40:00 GMT / 1458837600 --> 
<row><v>1.1090133815e+05</v><v>4.4215029817e+05</v></row>
<!-- 2016-03-24 16:45:00 GMT / 1458837900 --> 
<row><v>1.1164798165e+05</v><v>4.2520479138e+05</v></row>
<!-- 2016-03-24 16:50:00 GMT / 1458838200 --> 
<row><v>1.1138191129e+05</v><v>4.3855997644e+05</v></row>
<!-- 2016-03-24 16:55:00 GMT / 1458838500 --> 
<row><v>1.1547433278e+05</v><v>4.5473071311e+05</v></row>
<!-- 2016-03-24 17:00:00 GMT / 1458838800 --> 
<row><v>NaN</v><v>NaN</v></row>
<!-- 2016-03-24 17:05:00 GMT / 1458839100 --> 
<row><v>NaN</v><v>NaN</v></row>
<!-- 2016-03-24 17:10:00 GMT / 1458839400 --> 
<row><v>NaN</v><v>NaN</v></row>
<!-- 2016-03-24 17:15:00 GMT / 1458839700 --> 
<row><v>NaN</v><v>NaN</v></row>
<!-- 2016-03-24 17:20:00 GMT / 1458840000 --> 
<row><v>NaN</v><v>NaN</v></row>
<!-- 2016-03-24 17:25:00 GMT / 1458840300 --> 
<row><v>NaN</v><v>NaN</v></row>
<!-- 2016-03-24 17:30:00 GMT / 1458840600 --> 
<row><v>NaN</v><v>NaN</v></row>
<!-- 2016-03-24 17:35:00 GMT / 1458840900 --> 
<row><v>NaN</v><v>NaN</v></row>
<!-- 2016-03-24 17:40:00 GMT / 1458841200 --> 
<row><v>NaN</v><v>NaN</v></row>
<!-- 2016-03-24 17:45:00 GMT / 1458841500 --> 
<row><v>NaN</v><v>NaN</v></row>
<!-- 2016-03-24 17:50:00 GMT / 1458841800 --> 
<row><v>NaN</v><v>NaN</v></row>

I am able to use snmpget by hand:

$ snmpget -cmycommstr -v2c myhost ifDescr.4 ifInOctets.4 ifDescr.4 
ifOutOctets.4
IF-MIB::ifDescr.4 = STRING: eth0
IF-MIB::ifInOctets.4 = Counter32: 981294193
IF-MIB::ifDescr.4 = STRING: eth0
IF-MIB::ifOutOctets.4 = Counter32: 1271239781

Enabling all debugging flags for mrtg produced this, which shows some 
obvious errors:

2016-03-25 15:16:17 -- --fork: start clearing confcache on first entry 
for target mycommstr <at> myhost_
2016-03-25 15:16:17 -- --coca: clear confcache mycommstr <at> myhost_
2016-03-25 15:16:17 -- --fork: finished clearing confcache
2016-03-25 15:16:17 -- --coca: store in confcache mycommstr <at> myhost_ 
Descr eth0 --> 4
2016-03-25 15:16:17 -- --coca: store in confcache mycommstr <at> myhost_ 
Descr eth1 --> 5
2016-03-25 15:16:17 -- --coca: store in confcache mycommstr <at> myhost_ 
Descr eth2 --> 2
2016-03-25 15:16:17 -- --coca: store in confcache mycommstr <at> myhost_ 
Descr eth3 --> 3
2016-03-25 15:16:17 -- --coca: store in confcache mycommstr <at> myhost_ 
Descr lo --> 1
2016-03-25 15:16:17 -- --coca: store in confcache mycommstr <at> myhost_ Eth  
--> 1
2016-03-25 15:16:17 -- --coca: store in confcache mycommstr <at> myhost_ Eth 
00-15-17-9f-93-26 --> 2
2016-03-25 15:16:17 -- --coca: store in confcache mycommstr <at> myhost_ Eth 
00-15-17-9f-93-27 --> 3
2016-03-25 15:16:17 -- --coca: store in confcache mycommstr <at> myhost_ Eth 
00-22-19-98-9e-4f --> 4
2016-03-25 15:16:17 -- --coca: store in confcache mycommstr <at> myhost_ Eth 
00-22-19-98-9e-51 --> 5
2016-03-25 15:16:17 -- --coca: store in confcache mycommstr <at> myhost_ Ip 
10.0.6.1 --> 5
2016-03-25 15:16:17 -- --coca: store in confcache mycommstr <at> myhost_ Ip 
127.0.0.1 --> 1
2016-03-25 15:16:17 -- --coca: store in confcache mycommstr <at> myhost_ Ip 
165.92.30.101 --> 4
2016-03-25 15:16:17 -- --coca: store in confcache mycommstr <at> myhost_ Ip 
165.92.30.51 --> 4
2016-03-25 15:16:17 -- --coca: store in confcache mycommstr <at> myhost_ Name 
eth0 --> 4
2016-03-25 15:16:17 -- --coca: store in confcache mycommstr <at> myhost_ Name 
eth1 --> 5
2016-03-25 15:16:17 -- --coca: store in confcache mycommstr <at> myhost_ Name 
eth2 --> 2
2016-03-25 15:16:17 -- --coca: store in confcache mycommstr <at> myhost_ Name 
eth3 --> 3
2016-03-25 15:16:17 -- --coca: store in confcache mycommstr <at> myhost_ Name 
lo --> 1
2016-03-25 15:16:17 -- --coca: store in confcache mycommstr <at> myhost_ Type 
24 --> 1
2016-03-25 15:16:17 -- --coca: store in confcache mycommstr <at> myhost_ Type 
6 --> Dup
.
.
.
2016-03-25 15:32:36 -- --base: Check for Thresholds
2016-03-25 15:32:36 -- --base: Act on Router/Target myhost_eth0
2016-03-25 15:32:36 -- 2016-03-25 15:32:35: ERROR: 
Target[myhost_eth0][_IN_] ' $target->[77]{$mode} ' did not eval into 
defined data
2016-03-25 15:32:36 -- 2016-03-25 15:32:35: ERROR: 
Target[myhost_eth0][_OUT_] ' $target->[77]{$mode} ' did not eval into 
defined data
2016-03-25 15:32:36 -- --base: Get Current values: in:undef, out:undef, 
up:undef, name:undef, time:1458918977
2016-03-25 15:32:36 -- --base: Create Graphics
2016-03-25 15:32:36 -- --base: start RRDtool section
2016-03-25 15:32:36 -- --base: maxi:125000000, maxo:125000000
2016-03-25 15:32:36 -- --log: 
RRDs::tune(/netmon/mrtg/rrd/myhost_eth0.rrd -a ds0:125000000 -a 
ds1:125000000 -d ds0:COUNTER -d ds1:COUNTER)
2016-03-25 15:32:36 -- --log: 
RRDs::update(/netmon/mrtg/rrd/myhost_eth0.rrd, '1458918977:U:U')
2016-03-25 15:32:36 -- --log:  got: ???/???

This appears to be the case with every data point.  Does anyone know 
what might be causing this and how to correct it?

Regards,
Brian Rapp
Johannes Prost | 21 Mar 02:18 2016
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Target Option Directory problem

Hello List,

using mrtg 2.17.4 I am encountering a problem with the optional target directory setting.
I have in the mrtg.cfg file,

### Global Config Options

#  for Debian
# WorkDir: /var/www/saturn
WorkDir: /home/www/vhosts/stats

further down in my target

Target[saturn]:
SetEnv[saturn]:
MaxBytes[saturn]: 12500000
Title[saturn]: Traffic Analysis for  -- SATURN
PageTop[saturn]: <h1>Traffic Analysis for saturn.domain.com</h1>
Directory[saturn]: saturn
        <div id="sysdetails">
            <table>
and so forth

Starting mrtg, it will create for each target a directory saturn<div id and some more subdirectories called by the table tags. Pretty strange.

According to the manual, I can set the "optional Target Keyword"  "Directory"  with it's directory. This directory should be placed as a subdirectory directly under the "Global Option"  "WorkDir"

What is wrong with my entries like
Directory[saturn]: saturn
Directory[saturn-1]: saturn
Directory[saturn-2]: saturn
in each configured target ?

If someone could crealify that for me, I really would appreciate.
Thank you.

Johannes

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Fred Weston | 20 Mar 01:38 2016
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Re: Help graphing MAC address count from Cisco switch

Hi Dave,

I was able to use this method to accomplish my goal.

Thanks!
FW

On Sat, Mar 19, 2016 at 5:22 PM, Dave Poyner <david <at> davidpoyner.com> wrote:
> Maybe you can try calling it from a script
>
> Target[example]: `/home/mrtg/example.sh`
>
> ------
> #!/bin/sh
> snmpwalk -v 2c -c public <at> 10 10.0.1.2 .1.3.6.1.2.1.17.4.3.1.1
> echo 0
> ------
>
> I'm not sure what the snmpwalk returns, but if it's just a single number the
> echo 0 helps to graph only what's returned.
>
>
>
> -dave
>
> On 20 March 2016 at 05:24, Fred Weston <fweston <at> gmail.com> wrote:
>>
>> Thanks for the suggestion, that has me on the right path but I'm still
>> having some trouble extracting the specific info I'm looking for.
>>
>> This:
>> Target[vlan-10-hosts]:
>>
>> CnTWaLK.1.3.6.1.2.1.17.4.3.1.1&CnTWaLK.1.3.6.1.2.1.17.4.3.1.1:public <at> 10.0.1.2:::::2
>>
>> Gets me a count of the MAC addresses in the switch's CAM table, but
>> I'm trying to graph MAC addresses by VLAN so I want to create a
>> separate graph for each VLAN and for each of those graphs, I only want
>> to show the number of MAC addresses in the switch's CAM table for that
>> specific VLAN.
>>
>> If I run this snmpwalk command:
>> snmpwalk -v 2c -c public <at> 10 10.0.1.2 .1.3.6.1.2.1.17.4.3.1.1
>>
>> It returns info only for VLAN 10.
>>
>> Notice above that I'm using "<snmp_community> <at> <vlan_number>" followed
>> by a space, then the SNMP host's IP address.  The problem is I can't
>> seem to figure out how to turn this into a target line in MRTG where I
>> can specify that I only want information for a certain VLAN.
>>
>> On my target line in MRTG, I've tried various permutations of adding
>> the VLAN # but none have seemed to work.
>>
>> Any suggestions on how I could accomplish this?
>>
>> Thanks,
>> FW
>>
>> On Fri, Mar 18, 2016 at 10:20 PM, Alex van den Bogaerdt
>> <alex <at> vandenbogaerdt.nl> wrote:
>> >> Hello,
>> >>
>> >> I'm trying to create a graph showing the # of devices connected to a
>> >> particular network.  The simplest way I can think of to do so is to
>> >> grab the # of MAC addresses in the CAM table for that particular VLAN
>> >> from the L3 switch which is the default gateway for the network.
>> > [...]
>> >>
>> >> I found this command online, and it returns an integer which
>> >> represents the # of MAC addresses the switch knows about for the
>> >> particular VLAN in question (VLAN 40 as shown below):
>> >>
>> >> snmpwalk -v 2c -c public <at> 30 10.0.1.2 .1.3.6.1.2.1.17.4.3.1.1 |wc -l
>> >
>> > I found this while reading the documentation:
>> > Counted SNMP Walk
>> >
>> > You probably want to use that instead of the external monitoring script.
>> >
>> >
>>
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Fred Weston | 18 Mar 18:10 2016
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Help graphing MAC address count from Cisco switch

Hello,

I'm trying to create a graph showing the # of devices connected to a
particular network.  The simplest way I can think of to do so is to
grab the # of MAC addresses in the CAM table for that particular VLAN
from the L3 switch which is the default gateway for the network.

I realize that all MAC addresses may not show in the CAM table of this
switch if the associated hosts aren't communicating with anything off
of the local VLAN, but I don't necessarily care about that since my
reason for doing this is to plot # of devices on the network against
Internet bandwidth consumption so I can work out the average bandwidth
consumption per host.

I found this command online, and it returns an integer which
represents the # of MAC addresses the switch knows about for the
particular VLAN in question (VLAN 40 as shown below):

snmpwalk -v 2c -c public <at> 30 10.0.1.2 .1.3.6.1.2.1.17.4.3.1.1 |wc -l

The problem is that the SNMP call itself is returning a list of all of
the MAC addresses, and that result is being piped through the wc
command to turn that into an integer count value.

I'm not sure how I'd go about creating a graph based on output from a
command like this instead of a direct SNMP call.  Can anyone help?

In case it matters, I am running MRTG 2.17.4 on Debian 8.3.

Thanks!
FW
Darren Murphy | 3 Mar 07:54 2016
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snmpget failing after switching from polling 32 bit to 64 bit interface counters

Hi,

I have an instance of MRTG that is polling around 1000 hosts (and has
been running for around 15 years).
Recently, I found that I was losing data for several hosts because we
have always polled the 32 bit interface counters, and they'd started
wrapping in between polling cycles.

So we made a change to the configs to force SNMP v2 so that the 64 bit
counters would be polled.

All good, except that several hosts have stopped working as soon as
the change was applied.

Here is what a typical host config looks like (hostname & IP address
anonymized):

Target[my_failing_host_wan]: /a.b.c.d:my_community_string <at> a.b.c.d:161:::::2
SetEnv[my_failing_host_wan]: MRTG_INT_IP="/a.b.c.d" MRTG_INT_DESCR="wan"
Options[my_failing_host_wan]: growright, bits, unknaszero, pngdate
Timezone[my_failing_host_wan]: Asia/Hong_Kong
MaxBytes1[my_failing_host_wan]: 125000000
MaxBytes2[my_failing_host_wan]: 125000000
AbsMax[my_failing_host_wan]: 137500137
Title[my_failing_host_wan]: my_failing_host - NSE: wan
RRDRowCount[my_failing_host_wan]: 8640
RRDRowCount30m[my_failing_host_wan]: 17520
RRDRowCount2h[my_failing_host_wan]: 13140
RRDRowCount1d[my_failing_host_wan]: 3650

And after enabling some debug options, here is what I see in the log file:

2016-03-03 13:45:02 -- Started mrtg with config '/etc/mrtg/nomadix-mrtg.cfg'
2016-03-03 13:45:02 -- --base: Creating Lockfiles
/var/lock/mrtg/nomadix-mrtg_l,/var/lock/mrtg/nomadix-mrtg_l_29380
2016-03-03 13:45:02 -- --base: Reading Config File: /etc/mrtg/nomadix-mrtg.cfg
2016-03-03 13:45:02 -- --eval: snmpotions timeout => 10, retries => 1
2016-03-03 13:45:02 -- --base: Reading Interface Config cache
2016-03-03 13:45:02 -- --base: Checking Config File
2016-03-03 13:45:02 -- --eval: redef snmpotions timeout => 10, retries => 1
2016-03-03 13:45:02 -- --tarp: Starting my_failing_host_wan ->
/a.b.c.d:my_community_string <at> a.b.c.d:161:::::2
2016-03-03 13:45:02 -- --tarp: &targparser external done:
'/a.b.c.d:my_community_string <at> a.b.c.d:161:::::2'
2016-03-03 13:45:02 -- --tarp: &targparser complex done:
'/a.b.c.d:my_community_string <at> a.b.c.d:161:::::2'
2016-03-03 13:45:02 -- --tarp: New simple target [0]
'/a.b.c.d:my_community_string <at> a.b.c.d:161:::::2':
  Comu:  my_community_string, Host: a.b.c.d
  Opt:   :161:::::2, IPv4: 1
  Conv:
  OID:   ifHCInOctets, ifHCOutOctets
  IfSel: Ip, Ip
  Key:   a.b.c.d, a.b.c.d
2016-03-03 13:45:02 -- --tarp: &targparser simple done: ' $target->[0]{$mode} '
2016-03-03 13:45:02 -- --tarp: &targparser returning: unique = 0
2016-03-03 13:45:02 -- --base: Loading RRD support
2016-03-03 13:45:02 -- --base: Loading default Locale
2016-03-03 13:45:02 -- --base: Starting main Loop
2016-03-03 13:45:02 -- --base: Populate Target object by polling SNMP
and external Datasources
2016-03-03 13:45:02 -- --snpo: run snmpget from
ifHCInOctets&ifHCOutOctets:my_community_string <at> a.b.c.d
2016-03-03 13:45:02 -- --snpo: (0) Populate ConfCache for a.b.c.d:161:::::2
2016-03-03 13:45:13 -- --snpo: (0) Confcache Match a.b.c.d -> .2
2016-03-03 13:45:13 -- --snpo: (1) Confcache Match a.b.c.d -> .2
2016-03-03 13:45:13 -- --snpo: SNMPGet from
my_community_string <at> a.b.c.d:161:::::2 --
ipAdEntIfIndex.a.b.c.d,ifHCInOctets.2,ipAdEntIfIndex.a.b.c.d,ifHCOutOctets.2
2016-03-03 13:45:13 -- SNMP Error:
Received SNMP response with error code
  error status: noSuchName
  index 2 (OID: 1.3.6.1.2.1.31.1.1.1.6.2)
SNMPv1_Session (remote host: "a.b.c.d" [a.b.c.d].161)
                  community: "my_community_string"
                 request ID: 1687324163
                PDU bufsize: 8000 bytes
                    timeout: 10s
                    retries: 1
                    backoff: 1)
 at /usr/local/mrtg-2/bin/../lib/mrtg2/SNMP_util.pm line 492.
2016-03-03 13:45:13 -- SNMPGET Problem for ipAdEntIfIndex.a.b.c.d
ifHCInOctets.2 ipAdEntIfIndex.a.b.c.d ifHCOutOctets.2 on
my_community_string <at> a.b.c.d:161:::::2:v4only
 at /usr/local/mrtg-2/bin/mrtg line 2242.
2016-03-03 13:45:13 -- --snpo: SNMPfound -- 'undef', 'undef', 'undef', 'undef'
2016-03-03 13:45:13 -- 2016-03-03 13:45:02: WARNING: Could not match
host:'my_community_string <at> a.b.c.d:161:::::2' ref:'Ip' key:'a.b.c.d'
2016-03-03 13:45:13 -- --base: Act on Router/Target my_failing_host_wan
2016-03-03 13:45:13 -- 2016-03-03 13:45:13: ERROR:
Target[my_failing_host_wan][_IN_] ' $target->[0]{$mode} ' did not eval
into defined data
2016-03-03 13:45:13 -- 2016-03-03 13:45:13: ERROR:
Target[my_failing_host_wan][_OUT_] ' $target->[0]{$mode} ' did not
eval into defined data
2016-03-03 13:45:13 -- --base: Get Current values: in:undef,
out:undef, up:undef, name:undef, time:1456983913
2016-03-03 13:45:13 -- --base: Create Graphics
2016-03-03 13:45:13 -- --base: start RRDtool section
2016-03-03 13:45:13 -- --base: maxi:137500137, maxo:137500137
2016-03-03 13:45:13 -- --base: Check for Thresholds
2016-03-03 13:45:13 -- --base: Exit main Loop
2016-03-03 13:45:13 -- --base: Remove Lock Files
2016-03-03 13:45:13 -- --base: Store Interface Config Cache
2016-03-03 13:45:13 -- Use of uninitialized value in concatenation (.)
or string at /usr/local/mrtg-2/bin/../lib/mrtg2/MRTG_lib.pm line 1603.

It appears that MRTG is getting an invalid response when it attempts
to poll the interface counters, however if I poll them manually I do
get a response, i.e.

# snmpget -v2c -c my_community_string a.b.c.d ipAdEntIfIndex.a.b.c.d
IP-MIB::ipAdEntIfIndex.a.b.c.d = INTEGER: 2
# snmpget -v2c -c my_community_string a.b.c.d ifHCInOctets.2
IF-MIB::ifHCInOctets.2 = Counter64: 1488678187624
# snmpget -v2c -c my_community_string a.b.c.d ipAdEntIfIndex.a.b.c.d
IP-MIB::ipAdEntIfIndex.a.b.c.d = INTEGER: 2
# snmpget -v2c -c my_community_string a.b.c.d ifHCOutOctets.2
IF-MIB::ifHCOutOctets.2 = Counter64: 350584652859

So right now I'm stumped. Is anyone on the list able to offer any
insight or advice?

thanks in advance,
Darren
Jay Hennigan | 15 Feb 03:32 2016
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Logfile randomly gets -1 -1 on top line

Running classic MRTG version 2.16.2 and at random times some targets 
will stop updating. When this happens, the top line of the logfile has a 
pair of -1 values.

Any idea what the cause is and a possible fix? It looks like this:

1455503095 -1 -1
1455503095 0 0 0 0
1455502518 0 0 0 0
1455502500 0 0 0 0
1455502200 0 0 0 0

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Nick Price | 1 Feb 12:05 2016
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mrtg new version

 With the last version of MRTG being released 4 years ago, are there going to be any more updates written that take into account newer versions of dependencies and also 32 or 64 bit OS systems
 
Many thanks
 
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Виктор Белоус | 13 Jan 14:38 2016
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How configure mrtg for negative data?

Hi !

I try use mrtg for get temperature data in Celsius degree positive and 
negative. In positive all good, but negative is null. Ноw configure mrtg 
for negative degree?

My debug output

Belka/bvictor16:22:38/opt/mrtg$env LANG=C mrtg lpowernode.conf --debug 
"cfg,dir,base,tarp,snpo,fork,time,log"
--time: prog start Wed Jan 13 16:25:01 2016
--base: Creating Lockfiles lpowernode.conf_l,lpowernode.conf_l_21491
--base: Reading Config File: lpowernode.conf
--cfg: lpowernode.conf[1]: EnableIPv6:  no
--cfg: lpowernode.conf[2]: options[_]:  bits
--cfg: lpowernode.conf[3]: workdir:     /var/www/mrtg
--cfg: lpowernode.conf[4]: Language:    russian
--cfg: lpowernode.conf[5]: IconDir:     /var/www/mrtg/icons
--cfg: lpowernode.conf[6]: SingleRequest:       Yes
--cfg: lpowernode.conf[7]: ################################
--cfg: lpowernode.conf[8]: # temperature 1
--cfg: lpowernode.conf[9]: ################################
--cfg: lpowernode.conf[10]: Target[lpowernode1]: 
1.3.6.1.4.1.47096.1.1.1.1.1.1.4.0&1.3.6.1.4.1.47096.1.1.1.1.1.1.4.1:belous <at> lpowernode1
--cfg: lpowernode.conf[11]: SetEnv[lpowernode1]: MRTG_INT_IP="" 
MRTG_INT_DESCR="Temperature 1"
--cfg: lpowernode.conf[12]: Directory[lpowernode1]: lpowernode1
--cfg: lpowernode.conf[13]: MaxBytes[lpowernode1]: 1000
--cfg: lpowernode.conf[14]: ShortLegend[lpowernode1]:   grad
--cfg: lpowernode.conf[15]: Title[lpowernode1]: Temperature 1
--cfg: lpowernode.conf[16]: WithPeak[lpowernode1]:              ym
--cfg: lpowernode.conf[17]: #XSize[Temp1]: 600
--cfg: lpowernode.conf[18]: #YSize[Temp1]: 300
--cfg: lpowernode.conf[19]: PageTop[lpowernode1]: <H1>Temperature 1</H1>
--cfg: lpowernode.conf[20]: Options[lpowernode1]: gauge, nopercent, 
absolute, expscale
--cfg: lpowernode.conf[21]: YLegend[lpowernode1]: Temp
--cfg: lpowernode.conf[22]: #YScale[lpowernode1]: 0.1
--cfg: lpowernode.conf[23]: Factor[lpowernode1]: 0.1
--cfg: lpowernode.conf[24]: Legend1[lpowernode1]: Temp 1
--cfg: lpowernode.conf[25]: Legend2[lpowernode1]: Temp 2
--cfg: lpowernode.conf[26]: Legend3[lpowernode1]: Max value per interval 
on graph
--cfg: lpowernode.conf[27]: Legend4[lpowernode1]:               .
--cfg: lpowernode.conf[28]: LegendI[lpowernode1]: Temperature 1
--cfg: lpowernode.conf[29]: LegendO[lpowernode1]: Temperature 2
--cfg: lpowernode.conf[30]:
--cfg: lpowernode.conf[31]: ################################
--cfg: lpowernode.conf[32]: # temperature 2
--cfg: lpowernode.conf[33]: ################################
--cfg: lpowernode.conf[34]: Target[lpowernode2]: 
1.3.6.1.4.1.47096.1.1.1.1.1.1.4.2&1.3.6.1.4.1.47096.1.1.1.1.1.1.4.3:belous <at> lpowernode1
--cfg: lpowernode.conf[35]: SetEnv[lpowernode2]: MRTG_INT_IP="" 
MRTG_INT_DESCR="Temperature 2"
--cfg: lpowernode.conf[36]: Directory[lpowernode2]: lpowernode1
--cfg: lpowernode.conf[37]: MaxBytes[lpowernode2]: 1000
--cfg: lpowernode.conf[38]: ShortLegend[lpowernode2]:   grad
--cfg: lpowernode.conf[39]: Title[lpowernode2]: Temperature 2
--cfg: lpowernode.conf[40]: WithPeak[lpowernode2]:              ym
--cfg: lpowernode.conf[41]: #XSize[Temp2]: 600
--cfg: lpowernode.conf[42]: #YSize[Temp2]: 300
--cfg: lpowernode.conf[43]: PageTop[lpowernode2]: <H1>Temperature 2</H1>
--cfg: lpowernode.conf[44]: Options[lpowernode2]: gauge, nopercent, 
absolute, expscale
--cfg: lpowernode.conf[45]: YLegend[lpowernode2]: Temp
--cfg: lpowernode.conf[46]: #YScale[lpowernode2]: 0.1
--cfg: lpowernode.conf[47]: Factor[lpowernode2]: 0.1
--cfg: lpowernode.conf[48]: Legend1[lpowernode2]: Temp 3
--cfg: lpowernode.conf[49]: Legend2[lpowernode2]: Temp 4
--cfg: lpowernode.conf[50]: Legend3[lpowernode2]: Max value per interval 
on graph
--cfg: lpowernode.conf[51]: Legend4[lpowernode2]:               .
--cfg: lpowernode.conf[52]: LegendI[lpowernode2]: Temperature 3
--cfg: lpowernode.conf[53]: LegendO[lpowernode2]: Temperature 4
--cfg: lpowernode.conf[54]:
--base: Reading Interface Config cache
--base: Checking Config File
--dir: ensure path IN:  '/var/www/mrtg'
--dir: ensure path OUT: '/var/www/mrtg/'
--dir: imagehtml =
--dir: ensure path IN:  'lpowernode1'
--dir: ensure path OUT: 'lpowernode1/'
--dir: directory for lpowernode1 'lpowernode1/'
--tarp: Starting lpowernode1 -> 
1.3.6.1.4.1.47096.1.1.1.1.1.1.4.0&1.3.6.1.4.1.47096.1.1.1.1.1.1.4.1:belous <at> lpowernode1
--tarp: &targparser external done: 
'1.3.6.1.4.1.47096.1.1.1.1.1.1.4.0&1.3.6.1.4.1.47096.1.1.1.1.1.1.4.1:belous <at> lpowernode1'
--tarp: New complex target [0] 
'1.3.6.1.4.1.47096.1.1.1.1.1.1.4.0&1.3.6.1.4.1.47096.1.1.1.1.1.1.4.1:belous <at> lpowernode1':
   Comu:  belous, Host: lpowernode1
   Opt:   , IPv4: 1
   Conv:
   OID:   1.3.6.1.4.1.47096.1.1.1.1.1.1.4, 1.3.6.1.4.1.47096.1.1.1.1.1.1.4
   IfSel: If, If
   Key:   0, 1
--tarp: &targparser complex done: ' $target->[0]{$mode} '
--tarp: &targparser simple done: ' $target->[0]{$mode} '
--tarp: &targparser returning: unique = 0
--dir: ensure path IN:  'lpowernode1'
--dir: ensure path OUT: 'lpowernode1/'
--dir: directory for lpowernode2 'lpowernode1/'
--tarp: Starting lpowernode2 -> 
1.3.6.1.4.1.47096.1.1.1.1.1.1.4.2&1.3.6.1.4.1.47096.1.1.1.1.1.1.4.3:belous <at> lpowernode1
--tarp: &targparser external done: 
'1.3.6.1.4.1.47096.1.1.1.1.1.1.4.2&1.3.6.1.4.1.47096.1.1.1.1.1.1.4.3:belous <at> lpowernode1'
--tarp: New complex target [1] 
'1.3.6.1.4.1.47096.1.1.1.1.1.1.4.2&1.3.6.1.4.1.47096.1.1.1.1.1.1.4.3:belous <at> lpowernode1':
   Comu:  belous, Host: lpowernode1
   Opt:   , IPv4: 1
   Conv:
   OID:   1.3.6.1.4.1.47096.1.1.1.1.1.1.4, 1.3.6.1.4.1.47096.1.1.1.1.1.1.4
   IfSel: If, If
   Key:   2, 3
--tarp: &targparser complex done: ' $target->[1]{$mode} '
--tarp: &targparser simple done: ' $target->[1]{$mode} '
--tarp: &targparser returning: unique = 1
--base: Loading Locale for russian
--base: Starting main Loop
--time: loop start Wed Jan 13 16:25:01 2016
--base: Populate Target object by polling SNMP and external Datasources
--time: snmp read start Wed Jan 13 16:25:01 2016
--snpo: run snmpget from 
1.3.6.1.4.1.47096.1.1.1.1.1.1.4&1.3.6.1.4.1.47096.1.1.1.1.1.1.4:belous <at> lpowernode1
--snpo: simple If: .0
--snpo: simple If: .1
--snpo: SNMPGet from belous <at> lpowernode1 -- 
1.3.6.1.4.1.47096.1.1.1.1.1.1.4.0,1.3.6.1.4.1.47096.1.1.1.1.1.1.4.1,sysUptime,sysName
--snpo: SNMPfound -- '518', '120', '6:36:41', 'INTELLECT-MODULE LPOWERNODE'
--snpo: run snmpget from 
1.3.6.1.4.1.47096.1.1.1.1.1.1.4&1.3.6.1.4.1.47096.1.1.1.1.1.1.4:belous <at> lpowernode1
--snpo: simple If: .2
--snpo: simple If: .3
--snpo: SNMPGet from belous <at> lpowernode1 -- 
1.3.6.1.4.1.47096.1.1.1.1.1.1.4.2,1.3.6.1.4.1.47096.1.1.1.1.1.1.4.3,sysUptime,sysName
--snpo: SNMPfound -- '-600', '-600', '6:36:41', 'INTELLECT-MODULE 
LPOWERNODE'
--time: target loop start Wed Jan 13 16:25:02 2016
--base: Act on Router/Target lpowernode1
--base: Get Current values: in:518, out:120, up:6:36:41, 
name:INTELLECT-MODULE LPOWERNODE, time:1452691501
--base: Create Graphics
--log: /opt/csw/bin/rateup /var/www/mrtg/lpowernode1/ lpowernode1 
1452691501 -Z g 518 120 1000 c #00cc00 #0000ff #006600 #ff00ff -x l 
[Temp] k 1000 i /var/www/mrtg/lpowernode1/lpowernode1-day.png -1000 
-1000 400 100 1 1 0 300 0 4 1 %Y-%m-%d %H:%M 0
--base: Check for Thresholds
--base: Check for Write HTML Pages
--base: Act on Router/Target lpowernode2
--base: Get Current values: in:-600, out:-600, up:6:36:41, 
name:INTELLECT-MODULE LPOWERNODE, time:1452691502
--base: Create Graphics
--log: /opt/csw/bin/rateup /var/www/mrtg/lpowernode1/ lpowernode2 
1452691502 -Z g 2147483048 2147483048 1000 c #00cc00 #0000ff #006600 
#ff00ff -x l [Temp] k 1000 i 
/var/www/mrtg/lpowernode1/lpowernode2-day.png -1000 -1000 400 100 1 1 0 
300 0 4 1 %Y-%m-%d %H:%M 0
--base: Check for Thresholds
--base: Check for Write HTML Pages
--base: End of main Loop
--base: Exit main Loop
--base: Remove Lock Files
--base: Store Interface Config Cache

Also snmp-walk output

Belka/bvictor16:25:02/opt/mrtg$snmpwalk -v 2c -c belous lpowernode1 
1.3.6.1.4.1.47096.1.1.1.1.1.1.4
SNMPv2-SMI::enterprises.47096.1.1.1.1.1.1.4.0 = INTEGER: 517
SNMPv2-SMI::enterprises.47096.1.1.1.1.1.1.4.1 = INTEGER: 118
SNMPv2-SMI::enterprises.47096.1.1.1.1.1.1.4.2 = INTEGER: -600
SNMPv2-SMI::enterprises.47096.1.1.1.1.1.1.4.3 = INTEGER: -600

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Fw: new important message

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