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1 GKrellM_SNMP TODO / WISHLIST
4 TODO: instance mapping
5 TODO: meters
6 TODO: clean up GKrellM2 / GTK2 port
8 void gkrellm_set_chartconfig_fixed_grids(GkrellmChartconfig *cf, gint grids);
9 gint gkrellm_get_chartconfig_fixed_grids(GkrellmChartconfig *cf);
12 Do you want/need
13 monitor multiple oid's on the same server? (snmp bulk get)
14 choose between charts and krells?
15 SNMP v1, v2, v3 support?
16 SNMP privacy options?
18 Enter peer, port, community and oid in separate fields
19 or as snmp://community@peer:port/oid ?
21 other SNMP lib instead of UCD-SNMPD / better NETSNMP support?
22 GKrellM 1.x / 0.x support/compatibility?
24 instance mapping?
28 Date: 06 Jun 2000 14:59:43 +0200
29 From: Torbjorn Tornkvist <email@example.com>
31 Very nice ! I wonder if it would be possible to
32 receive SNMP notifications (a.k.a traps) ?
33 The actual SNMP trap could be written to syslog
34 and only an indication of a received trap could
35 be visible.
37 For example, it would be cool to be able to
38 define a text, for example: XYZ, which is
39 displayed in the GKrellM monitor. When a
40 SNMP trap is received, the text chould change
41 color and/or start to flash. When the user
42 notice this he checks his syslog output.
44 -> candidate for some next release
45 trap message could be viewed as bubble help (popup).
48 Date: Sun, 13 Aug 2000 01:58:22 -0400
49 From: Ben Winslow <firstname.lastname@example.org>
51 I just figured I'd throw you a few suggestions that I think would be nice
52 for your gkrellm snmp plugin:
54 Configurable update delays (it looks like you were planning to put this in
55 but didn't have it completed for this release)
58 Putting the default snmp port in the port field would be nice for those
59 of us who are forgetful and don't have any other fields in (I always have
60 to grep snmp /etc/services :)
61 -> Done
63 A divisor would be nice, too. For example, I'm monitoring interface usage
64 on a router and the fields are given in bits/sec--It'd be handy if I could
65 divide the result by 1000 and get the kilobits/sec as this would take up
66 less room.
67 -> Done
69 Though I don't usually need them, I noticed that re-reading the config file
70 will break if the descriptive text has a space in it.
71 -> Done
73 It'd also be nice to have a max limit that could be set either by hand or
74 by a an snmp oid and then putting a krell (like underneat the
75 cpu/proc/disk/interface graphs) on the field.