snmp-collector - get data via SNMP
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The snmp-collector collects data available via SNMP. There are some things that are hardcoded in, but it's mostly configurable. It will attempt to query for the following, if available:
and use them in the host index page.
The sysDescr and sysUptime are saved for the host display and the ifType and ifSpeed are combined to give a hardware description for the interface. Crude, but portable.
For other SNMP data, you'll need to look at the
[oids] file in the
configuration directory. The rrd will need to contain
[rrd snmpmem] source snmp step 300 data freemem=ciscofreemem GAUGE:600:0:U data totalmem=ciscototalmem GAUGE:600:0:U archives day-avg week-avg month-avg year-avg times day yesterday week month year oid CiscoFreeMem oid CiscoTotalMem
This rrd definition will fetch the amount of free memory and total memory available on a Cisco router. Since it's querying a Cisco-specific MIB, it's not usefull on other gear.
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Last updated Fri May 30 13:51:10 PDT 2003 by <firstname.lastname@example.org>.