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[   ]mrtg-rmt-1.5.tar.gz 2006-12-31 21:43 2.9K 
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[   ]mrtg-rmt-1.25.tar.gz 2012-01-16 23:46 6.3K 
[   ]mrtg-rmt-1.26.tar.gz 2017-10-17 17:49 6.4K 
[   ]mrtg-rmt-1.27.tar.gz 2018-12-04 11:24 6.0K 
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[   ]mrtg.cfg 2009-04-13 11:17 6.2K 

mrtg-rmt is a Perl daemon that responds to certain queries for
statistics.  Most of this data is not available via conventional means,
such as SNMP, or is returned in a value not suitable for MRTG.

Listening on a default port of 249, it waits for a connection from
netcat, run via MRTG, then spits out MRTG-compatible output, which might
be something like this:

26
100
 21:23:47 up 21 days,  6:19, 19 users,  load average: 0.00, 0.00, 0.00
tacolinux.prolixium.com

It can monitor the following things, currently:

* TemperatureMonitor output on OS X
  Syntax: "tm,$sensorIN,$sensorOUT"
  Details: It parses output from the tempmonitor CLI utlity
  Example:

% echo 'tm,CPU Core 1,CPU Core 2'|nc localhost 249
31
35
19:23  up 3 days,  8:18, 7 users, load averages: 0.21 0.15 0.12
apple.prolixium.com

* HDD temperature from the "Temperature_Celsius" S.M.A.R.T. data
  Syntax: "ht,$devIN,$devOUT"
  Details: It actually runs $smartctl -a [dev] and parses the output
  Example:

% echo 'ht,/dev/hda,/dev/hdb'|nc localhost 249
37
34
 21:30:00 up 366 days, 10:54,  2 users,  load average: 0.02, 0.02, 0.00
nonce.prolixium.com

* Any two values from the lm-sensors 'sensors' output
  Syntax: "ls,$chipIN,$sensorIN,$chipOUT,$sensorOUT"
  Details: It runs $sensors and parses the output
  Example:

% echo ls,w83781d-isa-0290,temp1,w83781d-isa-0290,temp2|nc localhost 249
35
34
 21:31:44 up 102 days, 39 min,  2 users,  load average: 0.07, 0.02, 0.00
atlantis.prolixium.com

* Smart/USB APC UPS percent load/charge or battery/utility voltage
  Syntax: "apcpercent" or "apcvoltage"
  Details: It runs $apcaccess and parses the output
  Example:

% echo apcvoltage|nc localhost 249
26
123
 21:35:57 up 102 days, 43 min,  2 users,  load average: 0.00, 0.00, 0.00
atlantis.prolixium.com

* Disk sectors read/written
  Syntax: "ds,$node"
  Details: Parses data from /sys/block/$node/stat
  Example:

% echo ds,hda|nc localhost 249
117137495
1578784088
 21:38:51 up 366 days, 11:03,  2 users,  load average: 0.17, 0.05, 0.01
nonce.prolixium.com

* Cisco WAP client bitrate
  Syntax: "wap,$hostname,$community,$mac"
  Details: Actually walks the WAP, finds the right MAC, converts the bitrate
  Example:

% echo 'wap,orthogonality,ieW5ooz5,00:17:ab:dd:85:64'|nc localhost 249
54
0
11:17AM  up 60 days,  1:59, 19 users, load averages: 0.06, 0.03, 0.00
dax.prolixium.com

Usage for mrtg-rmt is pretty simple.  To run it as a daemon, do:

# ./mrtg-rmt.pl -d

To specify a port, and run it in the foreground:

% ./mrtg-rmt.pl -p 1024

For a sample MRTG configuration file, look at the mrtg.cfg in this
directory.