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By Petadove ·
Can someone point me in the right direction to produce these reports. I am totally unfamiliar with this. I have done a little reading by browsing the Internet but I still don't understand.

Please help!

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by opatzg In reply to Uptime Reports

It's simply a report stating what percentage of the time systems were available. They can be construed as much as you wish. IE if you have 4 servers running for 1 week 24/7 and one goes down for 5 hours, uptime is 4X24X7-5=667 out of a possible 672or an up time of 99.25%. Now you can add into this workstation pc's, scheduled uptime only guarenteed hours of service 6-6 or whatever your company uses for uptime. Hope this clears it up for you!

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by Petadove In reply to Uptime Reports

Is there an easy way (or not so easy)to produce these reports? The company has at least 15 servers and uptime reports are required for this.
I understand that scripts can achieve this but I don't know scripting so I am looking for another solution. HELP!

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by avswamy In reply to Uptime Reports

create a server where configure MRTG, there you can configure what ever you like, it won't give any strain to the running servers, and it will display in graph and you can also configure how much bandwidth each server is using. And MRTG will run on perl, MRTG is a free utility you no need to buy and perl also. It won't give you much trouble in configuring read all the things about MRTG and how it is configuring in active perl. i hope this willhelp you.

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