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[[Image:tripplite.jpg|left|thumb|PDUMH20ATNET]] Having a nice PDU at our colocation downtown Minneapolis, I've decided to do the homework required to monitor such a device.  In addition to this Cacti graphing page, there is a nagios perl plugin over at [[PDU NAGIOS]], for those who are interested.
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[[Image:tripplite.jpg|left|thumb|PDUMH20ATNET]] Having a nice PDU at our colocation downtown Minneapolis, I've decided to do the homework required to monitor such a device.  In addition to this Cacti graphing page, there is a nagios perl plugin over at [[PDU NAGIOS]], for those who are interested.
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There are only a couple graphs, but once the script is in place and the templates are built within Cacti, customizing the data is pretty simple.
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[[Image:ex_volt_comb.png|right|thumb|Combined In/Out Voltage]]
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[[Image:ex_freq_comb.png|right|thumb|Combined In/Out Frequencies]]

Revision as of 14:32, 30 May 2008

PDUMH20ATNET
Having a nice PDU at our colocation downtown Minneapolis, I've decided to do the homework required to monitor such a device. In addition to this Cacti graphing page, there is a nagios perl plugin over at PDU NAGIOS, for those who are interested.

There are only a couple graphs, but once the script is in place and the templates are built within Cacti, customizing the data is pretty simple.

Combined In/Out Voltage
Combined In/Out Frequencies