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How do I graph data from the past?

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We use Netapp FAS2220 as a storage mirror and we have a need to monitor and graph the transfer rates of the individual volumes on the filer. The best data that I can find right now is the snapmirror log files which give me lines like the following:

[start example]

dst Wed Mar 26 13:35:11 EDT filer1:MyVolume filer2:MyVolume Request (Update)

dst Wed Mar 26 13:35:11 EDT filer1:MyVolume filer2:MyVolume Start

dst Wed Mar 26 13:35:57 EDT filer1:MyVolume filer2:MyVolume End (2929788 KB)

[end example]

So I have a start date/time, stop date/time and a total KB count. If there is a way, how can I import this into a PRTG Custom Sensor to monitor historic transfers.

(I'm still looking for any MIBs that would provide this via snmp)

Thanks much.

netapp snapmirror transfer

Created on Mar 26, 2014 9:53:06 PM by  RM (10) 1



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Create a report for the sensor and time frame you want. There is a graph only report template.

Created on Mar 29, 2014 9:08:20 PM by  Jeff Cook (101) 1 1



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