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'[OT]: Re: GRAPHICS was Re: [PIC]: How about an ope'
2000\06\15@130912 by Dale Botkin

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On Thu, 15 Jun 2000, Andrew Kunz wrote:

> Not knowing enough about the subject, I assume it won't be the right tool for a
> non-Router application.

Actually, I've used it for routers, switches, and modem pools.  Anything
you can get numbers for, you can use MRTG for.  It can take a simple text
file of numbers as its input, and these can be generated by anything
(including, but not limited to, MRTG's own SNMP routines).

For instance, I'm Jonesing for that cool Dallas 1-wire weather station.  I
want to use a PIC to grab data from that, send it to my Linux PC, and
let a simple Perl or Expect script put the numbers into a format I can let
MRTG have to graph temperature, wind speed, etc.

Check out the web site and the documentation for it.  Chances are if you
can collect numeric data over time, you can use MRTG to show you what you
need to see.  It's incredibly flexible.

This is drifting seriously OT...

Dale
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The most exciting phrase to hear in science, the one that heralds new
discoveries, is not "Eureka!" (I found it!) but "That's funny ..."
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2000\06\15@131920 by Andrew Kunz

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I'm going to stick this in the file.  When I get around to data display again,
I'm going to look you up.  That OK?

Thanks.

Andy










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On Thu, 15 Jun 2000, Andrew Kunz wrote:

> Not knowing enough about the subject, I assume it won't be the right tool for
a
> non-Router application.

Actually, I've used it for routers, switches, and modem pools.  Anything
you can get numbers for, you can use MRTG for.  It can take a simple text
file of numbers as its input, and these can be generated by anything
(including, but not limited to, MRTG's own SNMP routines).

For instance, I'm Jonesing for that cool Dallas 1-wire weather station.  I
want to use a PIC to grab data from that, send it to my Linux PC, and
let a simple Perl or Expect script put the numbers into a format I can let
MRTG have to graph temperature, wind speed, etc.

Check out the web site and the documentation for it.  Chances are if you
can collect numeric data over time, you can use MRTG to show you what you
need to see.  It's incredibly flexible.

This is drifting seriously OT...

Dale
---
The most exciting phrase to hear in science, the one that heralds new
discoveries, is not "Eureka!" (I found it!) but "That's funny ..."
               -- Isaac Asimov

2000\06\15@132936 by Dale Botkin

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On Thu, 15 Jun 2000, Andrew Kunz wrote:

> I'm going to stick this in the file.  When I get around to data display again,
> I'm going to look you up.  That OK?

Sure.  I'll help in whatever way I can, which may or may not be much help.
;-)

Dale
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The most exciting phrase to hear in science, the one that heralds new
discoveries, is not "Eureka!" (I found it!) but "That's funny ..."
               -- Isaac Asimov

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