[Orca-users] Re: Is there exists anything like orcallator.se for Linux environments??

Matthew Boeckman matthewb at saepio.com
Thu Apr 25 05:40:35 PDT 2002

The best I know of is MRTG
http://people.= ee.ethz.ch/~oetiker/webtools/mrtg/ , which can use a
variety of plugins to gather the data from the linux host... it doesn't actually use orca at all, although I imagine you could configure some of the plugins to work with orca. you can see the list of plugins here:
http= ://people.ee.ethz.ch/~oetiker/webtools/mrtg/links.html

I use orca to track all my solaris boxes, as nothing i have found comes anywhere near as indepth and reliable as it and the SEtoolkit... I use
mrtg for everything else, as there is no SEtoolkit for linux...

Redondo Escobar, Alejandro wrote:
> Hi all orca-users!
> I have running orca and orcallator on all solaris hosts without proble= m,
> now my manager wants something like orca to get performance plots on <= BR> > linux servers and workstations...
> I have tryed to compile orca in one linux workstation... everything > fine, no problems... but then I asked myself... and now, how will I > collect the data!?!?!? :-)
> Please any good idea???
> Thanks!
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