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  • #1173

    Halon
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    I’d love to see this device integrate with something like Cacti in the future.

    #1175

    vinz
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    Hi Halon,
    there is the possibility to access a JSON output in the current firmware. This is accessed directly from the device. So you could automatically access the values in whatever interval you want.

    What kind of interface would you need/prefer for cacti?

    New firmware, see: https://www.uradmonitor.com/topic/the-new-firmware/

    Vinz
    P.S: Sorry, I moved your interesting entry, because client-charts refers to web browser charts at the moment. Hope that’s ok.

    #1183

    Halon
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    Thanks for that.

    I’m not too sure. I’m so out of touch with that sort of thing (I last used MRTG graphs). Suggestions are welcome on how to integrate with Cacti or MRTG ?

    #1243

    vinz
    Member

    @halon: do you have a Cacti up and running?

    Edit:
    Reason why I’m asking this: Last weekend I installed Cacti on a test machine. It’s about 1.5 h including some first steps. I think it works fine, but it’s quite old-school, like webalizer.

    Is it worth working with it? If you only use it for one graph, you could faster code a realy nice graph yourselves.

    And there are interesting alternatives like Zabbix and Munin.

    So, why Cacti?
    Vinz

    • This reply was modified 3 years, 10 months ago by  vinz.
    #1271

    Pixel_K
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    At the end of this post Howto upgrade your uRADMonitor and graph local statistics you will find an example bash script to create graphs using curl and rrdtool (rrdtool is the replacement for MRTG, by the same author).

    Regarding Cacti, I don’t use it anymore, but if I recall correctly you can specify your own data collection script. It should be trivial using the aforementioned script as a template.

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