[Orca-users] Re: monitoring scripts

Blair Zajac blair at akamai.com
Fri Feb 9 10:28:51 PST 2001

Right now Orca is designed to take only text data, so integrating
these other programs with Orca is probably going to be difficult
since they write their data directly to RRD files.

In the future, I'd like Orca to manage RRD files without requiring
the text files, so you can have arbitrary programs saving RRD files
and have Orca put the HTML framework around them.  At this point,
integration with these other programs would probably work.

If you have any integrations between these and Orca, I'd be
interested in seeing it.


a101i08 at dvg.de wrote:
> Dear Blair,
> I mean scripts wrote for another utilites such you. For example:
> http://bronc.blueaspen.com
> http://cricket.sourceforge.net
> http://www.caida.org/Tools/Cflowd/
> http://rotoni.com/FwGold
> http://www.sins.com.au/sins/nmis/
> http://teak.wiscnet.net/nrg/NoSuchSD.html
> http://silverlock.dgim.crc.ca/remstats/release/
> http://net.doit.wisc.edu/~plonka/RRGrapher/
> http://slamon.sourceforge.net
> May be you can say us how we can impliment monitoring scripts from
> another
> software in your?
> Mit freundlichen Grüßen
> Alexei Voronine
> dvg Hannover
> OE352 UNIX Server Control Center (USCC)
> e-Mail   Alexei.Voronine at dvg.de
> Tel:       0511-5102-3703
> >Hi Alexi,
> >Orca is designed to read text data from arbitrary formatted text
> files,
> >store them in RRD files and then use RRD to generate the plots.  So
> >Orca and RRDtool are pretty closely related.
> >Which monitoring scripts are you referring to?
> >Regards,
> >Blair
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