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From: JamesHorwath@glic.com
Date: Wed, 18 Jun 2003 15:48:39 -0400
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I have about 200 Unix servers which I monitor via NetView, about 80% AIX, 20% Solaris.  I am interested in measuring CPU usage for these servers with NetView.  I have searched the archives, documentation and O'Rielly SNMP book.  The closest I found was in the O'Rielly book. It was an example of graphing vmstat data  with xnmgraph.  Although this solution is palatable, I was hoping to watch for thresholds and act when a threshold is violated by using the power of NetView.  Why reinvent the wheel.  I did not add any extra MIBS or agent software such as Empire.  Is this possible and is there a resource I could reference for a bit of help .

Thanks in advance.


Jim Horwath
IT Unix Services
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