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Subject: Re: rpc.statd
From: Anton Opperman (aoppermafaritec.co.za)
Date: Mon May 15 2000 - 07:41:32 CDT
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> Whoops. You're mixing things up here. The beast you're talking about
> is rpc.rstatd, note the r after the dot.
sorry, you right ... but it just as tedious to program
>> Also, it
>> makes remote (and centralized) monitoring possible, even without any userid
>> on the system. With one collection agent, you could even monitor accross
>> different OS and architecture boundaries.
> Sounds a lot like SNMP :-)
does ... getting a bit off track, however, the load to collect the same
data via snmp would be roughly 100 fold. (+/- 13 cpu sec/day/host on a
R40 running AIX)