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> > Is there a template or someone have some tips as a starting point to
> > create it?
> First you need to define what your are interested. Incoming mails? Outgoing
> mails? The kind of contents of mails and finally the fate of the mails.
> When your know some key figures that give you a nice overview over the
> working condition of your mail system then search these key figures in the
> AMAVIS-MIB and add this to your monitoring.
> I wrote to the list just to know if somebody has already some generic
> templates. Create Data Input Methods and graph templates with Cacti is a
> tedious task ;-)
If I remember right, it is mostly a GUI point and klick interface, so I agree,
it can be a tedious task for the initial setup.
Some ideas on what SNMP variables can be grouped together are in
the 2.6.4 release notes:
Some suggested sets of OIDs making up interesting diagrams
(e.g. for displaying by Cacti):
* inMsgsStatusRelayed, inMsgsStatusDiscarded,
inMsgsStatusNoBounce, inMsgsStatusBounced, inMsgsStatusRejected
* inMsgs, inMsgsOriginating
* inMsgsSize, inMsgsSizeOriginating
* inMsgsSize, outMsgsSizeSubmitQuar, outMsgsSizeRelay
* inMsgs, outMsgsRelay, outMsgsSubmitQuar,
* contentCleanMsgs, contentCleanMsgsOriginating
* inMsgs, contentSpamMsgs, contentBannedMsgs, contentVirusMsgs
* contentSpamMsgsOriginating, contentBannedMsgsOriginating,
* timeElapsedTotal, timeElapsedDecoding,
* procBusy, procAll
* procBusy, procBusyTransfer, procBusyDecode, procBusyVirus, procBusySpam
* procBusy0, procBusy1s, procBusy2s, procBusy4s, procBusy8s
* procBusy15s, procBusy30s, procBusy1m, procBusy2m, procBusy4m
* mtaQueueEntriesIncoming, mtaQueueEntriesActive, mtaQueueEntriesDeferred