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I have to monitor several machines.
Under Windows it is possible to get infos (RAM, CPU etc) without SNMP. And under Windows 2000 I installed SNMP services - it works.
My pb is with linux.
On my machine that needs to collect data, I have some tools (MIB Browser, SNMP managers etc) which give me SNMP informations.
Everything is all right for computers running Windows; but not on my linux servers (snmpd runs) : I have a few system informations (sysname etc) BUT
how can I get the infos I need : %CPU, %RAM, network etc ?
Some examples might be useful ..
thanx a lot
Not a strong area of mine, but my guess is you'll need to find/buy/write an SNMP agent to run on the LINUX box to get the data you want and make it accessible via the MIB. I would be inclined to think there must be some open source C and Perl stuff out there to do this.
PS: a quick search at CPAN.org found the following SNMP-related Perl modules: http://search.cpan.org/search?mode=module&query=SNMP
[This message has been edited by Charles Reace (edited 07-17-2002).]
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