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Re: Realtime snmp based monitoring gui



You could probably configure Nagios to do that.  One-second refresh
times are a tad unrealistic, though; I think Nagios defaults to 3
minutes, and even that can be a little stressful.

Chris St. Pierre
Unix Systems Administrator
Nebraska Wesleyan University

On Wed, 15 Jun 2005, Syed Ali wrote:

>
>I am looking for a free realtime snmp based monitoring tool with a web
>gui, any recommendations?
>I have been using mrtg, but it's not realtime, the default refresh rate
>cannot be less than 5 minutes.
>I need 1 second updates on a web based graph for cpu utilization, and
>network utilization.
>
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