I have a few questions that fit nicely in this thread:
- What are the database schemas you are using? Are they derived from
polled MIB tables or are they more generic?
- How to you represent the polling time and the "context" (e.g. SNMP
agent address) in your database?
- How compact is the data actually stored on disk (e.g. 100000 polls
of variables xyz take m MByte of disk space)?
- How do you make the polling engine reliable, e.g. do you fire up a
new poller every once in a while or do you rely on the poller being
reliable and able to actually handle all error situations?
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