[CentOS] Re: OT: cacti on CentOS4 tutorial (snmpd)
peter at farrows.org
Sun Oct 8 18:40:18 UTC 2006
Opennms is particularly irritating to install,
in order to all full access to your SNMP OID tree, you might want to
modify your snmpd.conf as follows:
Find your system view line:
comment out the original and add this instead:
view systemview included .1
You also might want to look at this:
Ugo Bellavance wrote:
> Vincent Knecht wrote:
>> Le dimanche 8 octobre 2006 00:07, Les Mikesell a Ã©critÂ :
>>> On Sat, 2006-10-07 at 12:34, Yiorgos Stamoulis wrote:
>>>> Hi Ugo,
>>>> snmpd.conf pleeease!
>>>> ( I am wearing my impatient hat today!)
>>> Slight variation of the question... I'm trying out
>>> opennms (a java program that's harder to install
>>> than cacti but does autodiscovery and some non-snmp
>>> stuff too), and find that some centos machines that
>>> cacti is graphing are not automatically graphed by
>>> opennms. Has anyone else seen this or know if something
>>> special is needed in the snmpd.conf settings?
>> using OpenNMS 1.2.8 on CentOS 4, I had graphing breakdown when
>> rrdtool (fetched from dag repo) was updated to 1.2.x version, which
>> OpenNMS can't cope with. Downgraded rrdtool to 1.0.50 and I had my
>> graphs back...
> With cacti, when the upgrade occured, I just had to change the RDD
> version in the Cacti config. I don't know about OpenNMS, though.
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