MRTG and SNMP
sween at modelm.org
Sun Dec 21 20:12:43 PST 2003
I would steer you toward looking at cricket, its far more robust, and
cricket config files for Net SNMP (which will provide CPU right off the
bat) already exist in the examples directory.
Cricket is fairly straight forward and easier to manage once it has been
its in ports too, but you need to do some configuration once it has been
Cricket uses MRTG by the way.
On Sun, 21 Dec 2003, shawn wrote:
> I'm looking to get MRTG working to monitor the traffic and CPU of a server of mine..
> Currently searching for a good how to.
> The server I will be installing it on will be the same machine that I'm planning on monitoring. Its running FreeBSD 4.8-RC1
> There is no place like 127.0.0.1
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