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To locate this folder you can try this as root #like suggested in the link you add find /usr -name cacti #If it does not work try this find / -name cacti 2> /dev/null This command will search for files named cacti in the folder /usr/. then you will be able to identify the root folder of your cacti installation. The documentation does not mention


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MRTG can display protocol level information if this is available from the SNMP sources and configured. ipband, etherape, netmrg and pastmon do this out of the box in differing ways.


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According to the cacti download page you can install it in SuSE using yast. That should give you all of the dependencies (if not installed yet) as well: MySQL, PHP, RRDTool, net-snmp. Once the requirements are met in this way, and if the version of cacti supplied by yast is not recent enough, you can then update it with the version from the download page.


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If your Cacti host looses connectivity to a destination, or if your Cacti server goes down, you'll end up with gaps in your RRD stores for those periods, and obviously the derived graphs. As SNMP is a point in time protocol, with no caching or history, and by default Cacti polls via SNMP and updates an RRD with the current data. If you want to mitigate ...


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First, This data is hard to represent in an RRD database. Because your 10 PID's/processes will change but RRD data sources are static. You could just log 1-10 but then you can't get any more information. You could get around this by mapping a name/pid to a datasource, but then you need to come up with all the required names in advance, which is not easy. ...



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