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I´m very new to MRTG. In fact I never done anything regarding it yet. So I don´t know anything technical about it. But it´s benefits have catched my eye recently and I have a question to familiarize myself with the necessary effort in bringing up a MRTG service.
I work in a company that has about 30 computers and I would like to acquire information about cpu, hard disk, ram and network usage. Throughout my readings, I found out that MRTG does the work. Well... Here it goes: will I have to generate one single configuration for the cpu´s of each machine? Or does it collect information from each cpu within a single cpu config? Because if it is done one by one, the amount of work necessary to acquire info of a company as small as the one I work for, is huge and would not compensate the trouble.
I would like to build one single configuration for cpu info (all the cpu´s in the company will apply). The same thing for HD usage, and the same for ram usage, and on! Will MRTG do that?
A good resource is this page at official website.
And here you'll find the info about using MRTG for building CPU-graphs.
But the site doesn't have any info about SNMP configuration. This may seem a little bit tricky, so if you have any problem, you are welcome to ask me for my working snmpd.conf, just write me via ICQ 474-3-three-3-289