mass at akuma.org
Fri Aug 2 03:17:37 UTC 2002
Actually, the reasoning for me mentioning it is twofold:
1. SNMP defines its own extension mechanism (MIB items), which we might
want to use. There are also large directories of known MIBs, which may
help decide what people want expose.
2. SNMP is somewhat limited in both communication mechanisms and data
types. Thinking of mapping to SNMP later rather than sooner may mean
that lots of features and statistics will not be capable of being
exposed through SNMP at all.
Ryan Eatmon wrote:
> Why can't we just make an SNMP-Transport? That converts the iq:stats
> packets into an SNMP format. Just an idea...
> David Waite wrote:
>> I'm just curious - I see no mention of SNMP on the JEP, and a lot of
>> this information would be very useful to be able to eventually fetch
>> these statistics via existing SNMP tools. Have you considered making
>> this more SNMP-like?
>> -David Waite
>> Peter Saint-Andre wrote:
>>> I've received a JEP regarding more robust statistics support for Jabber
>>> servers and components. You can read it here:
>>> I'll update the webpage and source control with this JEP tomorrow.
>>> Peter Saint-Andre
>>> Jabber Software Foundation
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