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Postby manimurugesan » Thu Oct 17, 2019 12:18 pm

Hello Team,

Recently we got one requirement .i.e, we need to send the CPU and memory utilization report in csv format for all network devices,we are monitoring around 200 devices .

is this possible to get report for 200 devices ? is there any option to create group ?

could you please suggest for this ?

Currently we are getting in csv format but that is not human readable could you please help to convert human readable format ?
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Re: Nagios graph

Postby cdienger » Thu Oct 17, 2019 4:24 pm

Service groups can be configured under Configure > Core Config Manager > Monitoring > Service Groups.

I'm a bit confused - do you want the data in csv format or another format?

How are you currently extracting data in csv format? Exporting CSV is a common request but there's no one way to do this. What method/commands are you using?

You may be interested in reviewing this tool which can export host and service information in csv format:

https://exchange.nagios.org/directory/U ... ol/details
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Re: Nagios graph

Postby manimurugesan » Mon Oct 21, 2019 9:41 am

Hello,

I want the data in csv format only .

I downloaded for only one host using below options .

graphs->graph explorer->scalable performance graph->download CSV



but it's not human readable .

Could you please confirm can we get graph utilization report in csv format for all network devices nearly we have 200 devices
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Re: Nagios graph

Postby mbellerue » Mon Oct 21, 2019 3:16 pm

CSV is not typically human readable. It's meant to be a simple, common format to export data from one system, and import into another system.
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