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Re: [LUG] Linux network monitoring tools
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Kai Hendry wrote:
| On Tue, Aug 10, 2004 at 08:09:38PM +0100, Simon Waters wrote:
|>"traffic control" sensibly without too much detailed configuration -
| I always assumed CISCO (hardware) routers et al. had traffic monitors
| inbuilt into them one could query. Is that not so?
Who cares about Cisco hardware ;)
No I meant does anything attempt to make sense of Linux Traffic Control
statistics - think "tc -s show class dev eth0".
I think I answered my own question though - because one class can have
many filters assigning stuff to it - it is hard to automatically assign
a description to a class (other than it's ID).
It might be possible to do this through something like "tcng" but I'm
not yet convinced tcng actually simplifies life - or just makes it
possible to generate "tc" commands so complex I can't debug them.
I though maybe nagios would have a module that makes some sense of these
things - perhaps I should write one if it doesn't.
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