I have a server running VMware ESXi 4.1.0 and while I love the graphs within the vSphere Client, they provide no historical data with the license I have. Also, all my other servers are monitored via a ...
Is it possible using Cacti to have it give you a list of machines that meet a certain criteria? For example, what are the machines that have had an average cpu load over 50% during the past week? ...
I have done some research on nagios, opennms, and zenoss but am not confident that I have found what I am looking for. The main driving force for me right now is being able to monitor backups. This ...
I've just set up cacti to monitor CPU and memory usage on a server that I think needs to be upgraded, but to be able to make my case for funding I need hard facts. I figured getting Cacti to monitor ...
I installed Cacti + RRDTools yesterday via yum on CentOS 5. Everything appears to have installed correctly and the cacti directory is located /var/www/cacti. I setup a sub domain to point to it. ...