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If you're running ESXI servers, while you can't get a LOT of information directly from ESXi via SNMP, there's still one set of OIDs that is of use, namely the group or . With the except...
To answer the obvious: I didn't use Numbers because it doesn't have the scripting support I need for the specific things I'm doing, and also, it's sometimes not good with really big spreadsheets. So, like a lot of people, when I do archives to tape, ...
So when using SNMP, what do you do with the info? Well, a lot of that depends on the monitoring software you use, and if you use good software, you can get some really handy results from the same number, just by using it differently. For example take...
aka "ASOC". Because if you are familiar with AppleScript, and wanted to do more, but don't have the time to immerse yourself into Objective-C, ASOC is a good bridge. Unlike the late, strange AppleScript Studio, (bearer of the worst acronym of any App...
So, since I don't have a website anymore, I PDF'd the SNMP primer I'd written a while ago. It's not changed much, snmp's a pretty stable protocol. I figured this was the group worth going through the trouble for. Enjoy!