On Thu, 15 Dec 2005 15:45, Herbert Poetzl wrote:
> > I use the standard SNMP data (already defined in cacti for example)
> > for network traffic => I get data per *physical* interface. I
> > don't know how to get network traffic per IP address by SNMP.
> > Perhaps the only way to do that is by exploiting data from
> > /proc/virtual/<ctx>/cacct and using a similar trick as I did (through
> > some shell script).
> > (http://linux-vserver.org/HowTo+Read+ProcFS)
> if you want _network_ data per context, your best choice
> is probably an iptables accounting rule based on the guest
i do that and export it to snmp with a simple shell script. a master
server fetches all the stats from all vserver hosts and produces nice graphs :)
you can also monitor space usage via snmp. i took "du" to get this
usage. but this is not very efficient, so i cache it and du is only
running every 4 hours.
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Received on Sun Dec 18 18:28:27 2005