On Wed, Nov 14, 2001 at 01:35:52AM -0500, S Trefethen wrote:
> Dude.. this is an awesome notion.
> snmp should alert on x failures, (like icmp)
that is all per-object anyways these days :)
> Could you add 95 percentile port monitoring for indiv port billing,
sysmon is not a interface statistics collection program.. use
> You dat man. If you really want some ideas (enough to toss them in the
> trash) let me know.
that was the whole point of the message ;-)
do the things i spelled out below look like they'd fit
most peoples uses of snmp in a monitoring package?
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: Jared Mauch [mailto:email@example.com]
> > Sent: Wednesday, November 14, 2001 12:58 AM
> > To: firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com
> > Subject: RFC - SNMP
> > I'm working on snmp stuff for sysmon, and want to get some
> > ideas of what types of things people would want to do.
> > I'm thinking of the following:
> > 1 = sysUpTime.0/reboot (ie: alert if uptime decreases)
> > 2 = high threshold (ie: alert if it goes above that value)
> > 3 = low threshold (ie: alert if it goes below that value)
> > 4 = range threshold (ie: specify a high+low and alert if
> > it is out of range
> > 5 = exact threshold (ie: alert if it is != configured value)
> > The other question is what should happen when snmp times out?
> > should it generate an alert/email/page for that case?
> > There would obviously be no real support for getting strings
> > except for possibly a "change" type of alert. ie: alert me if the
> > value changes from the inital query value. But I would not be
> > inclined to implement any sort of string-type snmp query. If you
> > think i'm wrong, tell me why :)
> > Thanks again. Please send me any feedback you can think of.
> > - Jared
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