Even though this page is dated, the cacti section is valid:
The cacti module has Directory binds and searches out of the box.
On Fri, May 23, 2008 at 10:27 AM, DeMarco, Dennis
I already looked through that information. I can not see any snmp way of
asking for # of current connections.
That piece of info would work great to monitor for floods or some other
The performance counters are stored somewhere, as the admin console
displays them. I just need to track where.
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Subject: Re: [Fedora-directory-users] SNMP Monitoring - What's available
DeMarco, Dennis wrote:
> I've got a question I've been trying to hunt down.
> Is there any way for snmp to monitor connections to the directory
> I see there are entries for snmp to see things like # of entries added
> since restart.. However are there any good resource summaries I can
> monitor? Ie the Performance counters in the admin console?
This might help - *http://tinyurl.com/667xpc*
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