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    What is a good SNMP monitoring tool for Suse 11.3?

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    Am 21.08.2012 16:16, schrieb BoDillySon:
    > SNMP monitoring


    There is for example a snmp monitor plugin for collectd and collectd has
    a web frontend, but I have no clue what you consider as "good".
    Beside that I do not know if that was available for the end of life
    version 11.3 and if so where to get that for it.

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    On 08/21/2012 04:16 PM, BoDillySon wrote:
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    > What is a good SNMP monitoring tool for Suse 11.3?


    if by Suse 11.3 you mean openSUSE 11.3, then that version has lived past
    its end-of-life and you should install 12.1 (or next month 12.2)

    but, if you mean SUSE Linux Enterprise 11 SP3 then you are in the wrong
    forum, as these are the openSUSE forums and you need to be with the SLE
    gurus over in http://forums.suse.com/

    on the other hand, your question is kinda like "What is a good vehicle
    for me? and not say if you want a car, bike, truck, airplane, hot air
    balloon, or steam ship...etc

    YaST turns up several SNMP tools...which ones have you tried, so far? or
    at least define what you mean by "a good SNMP monitoring tool" like, do
    you want a tool which sends root an email, or text message, or real time
    gui you can watch or what is "good" to you...and what kind of
    environment will you use it in....etc?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dd@home.dk
    On 08/21/2012 04:16 PM, BoDillySon wrote:
    but, if you mean SUSE Linux Enterprise 11 SP3 then you are in the wrong
    forum, as these are the openSUSE forums and you need to be with the SLE
    gurus over in http://forums.suse.com/
    Hi dd
    FYI, SLE 11 SP3 won't be around until mid next year or so, it's still
    on SP2

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    dd@home.dk NNTP User

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    > SLE 11 SP3 won't be around until mid next

    see how much i know about SLE!! (so no one should ask an SLE Q here,
    unless you are around, and inclined to answer)

    so, he just needs to move to a supported/patched/secure version, and
    then look for a tool that fits it.

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    On 08/21/12 10:37, dd@home.dk pecked at the keyboard and wrote:
    > On 08/21/2012 04:16 PM, BoDillySon wrote:
    >>
    >> What is a good SNMP monitoring tool for Suse 11.3?

    >
    > if by Suse 11.3 you mean openSUSE 11.3, then that version has lived
    > past its end-of-life and you should install 12.1 (or next month 12.2)
    >
    > but, if you mean SUSE Linux Enterprise 11 SP3 then you are in the
    > wrong forum, as these are the openSUSE forums and you need to be with
    > the SLE gurus over in http://forums.suse.com/
    >
    > on the other hand, your question is kinda like "What is a good vehicle
    > for me? and not say if you want a car, bike, truck, airplane, hot air
    > balloon, or steam ship...etc
    >
    > YaST turns up several SNMP tools...which ones have you tried, so far?
    > or at least define what you mean by "a good SNMP monitoring tool"
    > like, do you want a tool which sends root an email, or text message,
    > or real time gui you can watch or what is "good" to you...and what
    > kind of environment will you use it in....etc?
    >

    Have a look at "The Nagios Network Monitor" tool. I haven't used but
    friends that have swear by it.

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