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Old 04-15-2004, 11:21 AM   #1
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Graph remote results


Hello

I'm looking for a tool (or any idea...) that is able to get back data from remote servers on a central one.
Those data are results that will be graphed via RDD.

Tools like Big Sister or Cacti can both collect data and graph them but these tools are really designed to do monitoring and not let me do relevant results exploitation (archive, data selection...)

If possible, I would prefer not to use Corba or java architecture to collect data...

Thanks for any idea...

Ben
 
  


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