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Download it from check compilation instructions at
Now, open your Web browser and point to the Cacti directory by using the following URL: Go through the easy two-step installation process and you will come across a login screen.
Another useful tool is RRDTool, which is supposed to be an open source industry standard—a high-performance data logging and graphing system for time series data.
Both these tools are really powerful and provide a base for many projects.
Since we would like to see them too, here’s the way to create a new graph tree: If you need to edit an existing graph tree, you can do so in a similar fashion by selecting the ‘Graph Trees’ link under the ‘Management’ section on the left side pane of the Cacti page. Then click on Add next to the tree items to add items to the tree.
Have a look at Figure 10 now—its Cacti graphs are monitoring my MTNL traffic.
At some time or the other, many of us have felt the need to monitor different statistics regarding the machine connected to our network.
SNMP (Simple Network Management Protocol) provides a standard set of network management tools to do so.
For a complete list of important features, take a look at the following section.
And we all know how monitoring graphs makes our lives so much easier.
Just this morning, after about a week working on how to make my Cacti system poll every minute, I finally pulled it off.
One such project we will take a look at in this article is Cacti.
Cacti, according to the project website, is “a complete network graphing solution designed to harness the power of RRDTool’s data storage and graphing functionality.