Program for collection and display of time-series data
This is Cricket. It is a configuration, polling, and data-display engine
wrapped around the RRD tool by Tobias Oetiker. There are three user-visible
pieces to Cricket: the collector, the grapher, and the config tree. The
collector runs from cron and fetches data from a number of devices
according to the info it finds in the config tree. The grapher is a CGI
application that allows users to traverse the config tree from a web
browser and see the data that the collector recorded.
README for LEANODBC
Version 0.9 03-01-2001
This extension is a thin wrapper to a restricted subset of the ODBC 3.x API.
It is not object-oriented and the functions share the same names as their
ODBC 3.x counterparts. The restricted subset of the API only includes Core
Interface functions for read-only operations.
This Perl extension includes a DLL whi
This directory has contributed goodies and other useful,
but not critical programs in it. Each is documented, sparingly,
A Perl extension that wraps some ODBC 3.x Calls.
For Win32 platform only.
This tool can be run from Cricket via an EXEC datasource
to collect stats on the number of modems in use in a
USR Total Control chassis. Give it hostname and c
listInterfaces+ is an enhanced Cricket configuration generator
listInterfaces+ is a new version of listInterfaces, which allows
building a config interfaces file for a variety of devices, including
the Redback SMS which was previously impossible to monitor in Cricket.
It also allows retrieval of interface speeds via the ifSpeed OID. The
new listInterfaces+ also works nicely on Ciscos, and h
README for Cricket version 1.0.5
This is Cricket. It is a configur
cricket for Debian
- The Cricket config tree is read from /etc/cricket (an e
Instructions from Andrew Shugg <email@example.com> on using cricket
with mod_perl on Debian:
# Get simple stats from INND with cleanfeed
# expects output crom "ctlinnd mode"
cricket - A pr
Browse inside cricket_1.0.5-19+b1_hurd-i386.deb