shija03 | 1 Jan 18:25 2011
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Re: MRTG + RRD + 1 minute + Cacti - file not updated


I am not too sure if this
(http://old.nabble.com/troubleshooting-low-reported-values-in-MRTG-RRDTool-td15298532.html),
resolves my problem, but I applied SNMP v2 ifHC* collection rather than snmp
V1 type of counters, and it seems that the collection takes place.

If my statement is not a fallacy, I could derive from this the following:

  during the times that the counter was a low value, the rrd file would be
updated, during the times that the counter is high (which is most of the
times), then ifInOctets/ifOutOctets should be populated with NIL values -
since there are none, hence stopping the collection from succeeding.

   This is just a guess.

   Let's see in a few days.

   
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eltonzoto | 3 Jan 16:17 2011
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IPv4 Verification Graph


Hi, 

referring this link http://www.ripe.net/rs/ipv4/ipv4-verification.html we
need to make a graph. We are an ISP with two IP class /20 and /21. We are
using Cacti like a base system for monitoring/statistic. Due to the lack of
information on how to build this graph, better find some help in this forum. 

When can we find these data to populate the graph? From our main router
where two IP-class are configured? What kind of data will be necessary to
build that graph (IP usage on time)?    

Any information or instruction I'll be appreciated.

Thanks   
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praveenneti | 4 Jan 09:55 2011
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CPU Uitilization in Extreme x450 Switches


Hi,

Can anyone help me in how to configure the CPU Utilization parameters for
Extreme Switches in MRTG Config file?

Regards,

Praveen.
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veeramani | 5 Jan 20:42 2011
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Can't produce the RRD file while communicate from mrtg to rrd tool


Dear concerns,

Have a nice day.

I integrating the online report using the MRTG with RRD tools in window xp
platform. while loading the report, MRTG didn't create rrd files using rrd
tools. will show the error[error: opening: 'xxx.rrd': no such file]. I tried
RRD tool with various version.
like.,[rrdtool-1.2.30-win32-perl510.zip,rrdtool-1.2.30-bin-w32.zip,
rrdtool-1.2.15-bin-w32.zip...]. but i got the same error message. could you
please tell me, how to communicate mrtg to rrd tool in windows. how to solve
this error, how to debug the step by step. Please advise me. Thanks.

Thanks With Reagards,
P Veeramani

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Sanjeev | 6 Jan 12:34 2011
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using external data to populate MRTG in a windows enviroment


Hi, I am trying to monitor the number of calls recorded on a server, I have
managed to extract data to a text file which complies with the MRTG external
source format. The data below is an example of a text file

102
102
geonbsvr2a
Verint Call Recording

I have then created a mrtg config file as shown below

RunAsDaemon: yes
WorkDir: e:\www\mrtg
Options[_]: bits,unknaszero
EnableIPv6: no

Target[geonbsvr2a]: `more c:\mrtg-2.16.4\bin\verint\geonbsvr2amrtg.txt`
Maxbytes[geonbsvr2a]: 390
Ylegend[geonbsvr2a]: Calls Recorded
ShortLegend[geonbsvr2a]: Calls
LegendI[geonbsvr2a]: Calls
LegendO[geonbsvr2a]: Calls
Title[geonbsvr2a]: Call recording on geonbsvr2a
PageTop[geonbsvr2a]:<H1>Verint Call Recording geonbsvr2a</H1>
<TABLE>
   <TR><TD>System: geonbsvr2a</TD></TR>
   <TR><TD></TD><TD></TD></TR>
  </TABLE>

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Sanjeev | 6 Jan 16:57 2011
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Re: using external data to populate MRTG in a windows enviroment


Dear all, I have found and tested a solution, rather than using "more" I have
used "tail" and copied tail.exe to the  c:\mrtg-2.16.4\bin directory

OLD Config which did not work

Target[geonbsvr2a]: `more c:\mrtg-2.16.4\bin\verint\geonbsvr2amrtg.txt` 

NEW Config which does now work

Target[geonbsvr2a]: `tail c:\mrtg-2.16.4\bin\verint\geonbsvr2amrtg.txt` 
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Sanjeev | 6 Jan 17:07 2011
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Re: Avtech RoomAlert 4E


Hi, to test that you have SNMP access to the device can you do a snmpwalk on
the particular mib? the syntac is something like

snmpwalk -v 2c -c <community> <IP> 1.3.6.1.4.1.20916.1.6.1.1.1

can you post your output

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Steve Shipway | 6 Jan 20:36 2011
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Re: using external data to populate MRTG in a windows enviroment

I would suggest you use 'type' (the DOS equivalent of the UNIX 'cat' command) rather than 'more' in the
Target definition. 
Also check the output of MRTG when run interactively to see if there are any error messages being produced.
Finally, check the format of the file -- are the lines ended with \n or with \r\n ?  It should be \n although I
believe the DOS method should work as well.

Steve

Steve Shipway
University of Auckland ITS
UNIX Systems Design Lead
s.shipway <at> auckland.ac.nz
Ph: +64 9 373 7599 ext 86487

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Hi, I am trying to monitor the number of calls recorded on a server, I have
managed to extract data to a text file which complies with the MRTG external
source format. The data below is an example of a text file

102
102
geonbsvr2a
Verint Call Recording

I have then created a mrtg config file as shown below

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Geoff Powell | 7 Jan 00:40 2011
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Monitoring a target only during certain hours

I have an MRTG installation running here on my home network.

MRTG version is 2.10.13, running in rateup mode from cron - yes, I know
it's antediluvian, but it's the version provided by the Linux distro on
this box (Debian Sarge) - and no, I can't upgrade it, for reasons that
are beyond the scope of this post. But it works.

MRTG, as implemented, monitors 6 targets that I consider significant,
from one cron invocation. I would be open to moving the 30-day average
target to a separate invocation, if someone provides compelling reasons.

My ISP places a download limit of 200GB on a 30-day rolling average, and
I've worked out a way to handle that, but they recently added a clause
"we will not count data transferred between the hours of midnight and 8
a.m.".

Does anyone have an idea of how to implement this? I'm thinking "helper
script", but I don't have the least idea of how to write that script.
I'm already doing something similar for NTP, so the concept and
invocation of such scripts is familiar to me.

TIA,
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Daniel McDonald | 7 Jan 14:48 2011

Re: Monitoring a target only during certain hours

On 1/6/11 5:40 PM, "Geoff Powell" <geoff <at> g8kbz.demon.co.uk> wrote:

> I have an MRTG installation running here on my home network.
> 
> MRTG version is 2.10.13, running in rateup mode from cron

> My ISP places a download limit of 200GB on a 30-day rolling average, and
> I've worked out a way to handle that, but they recently added a clause
> "we will not count data transferred between the hours of midnight and 8
> a.m.".
> 
> Does anyone have an idea of how to implement this?

Exclude those hours from the crontab entry, and use unknownaszero so that
the non-polled intervals are not interpolated.

A second method would be to switch to rrdtool, use Routers2.cgi, and set the
worktime options appropriately.

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