TECHZEN Zenoss User Community ARCHIVE  

Using CalculatedPerformance ZenPack...

Subject: Using CalculatedPerformance ZenPack...
Author: [Not Specified]
Posted: 2014-12-26 06:56

Greetings -- I've downloaded the CalculatedPerformance Zenpack. I'm using an example in the WIKI, but some of the pieces don't work for me. -- I'm wondering if [again], I'm seeing that this won't work w/o SNMP-Informant installed on Windows...

I"m using (hw.totalMemory - memAvailReal) / hw.totalMemory

the best I can do here is find "hrMemorySize", the other two indicate that they're invalid. Then, the next thing I get to do, is calculate the CPU-util on a Windows system that has multiple cores. I've got to do this a.)without Informant and b.)Without installing a management agent on the client. (it takes me a month to touch 140 windows servers manually...)


Subject: Have you tried using the new
Author: Andrew Kirch
Posted: 2014-12-29 14:49

Have you tried using the new Windows ZenPack we just released It should monitor memory resources on all your windows devices without SNMP, and do a whole lot more.

Andrew Kirch

Need Zenoss support, consulting or custom development Look no further. Email or PM me!

Ready for Distributed Topology (collectors) for Zenoss 5 Coming May 1st from GoVanguard

< Previous
MSSQL queries in ZenOss 4.2.5
JMX Monitoring activeMQ broker