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jeffleeismyhero

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I would like to see statistics from date to date instead of just from when the server was restarted. Has anyone found a way to do this?

Could this be a feature?
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sedell

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It's not possible unfortunately, but I second that as a feature request. Statistics that persist longer than the a Kerio service restart would be so much more useful.

Scott
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winkelman

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Yes, YES, Y E S !

Please make statistics persistent!
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teco

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... and additional statistics. I have found only a statistic for incomming mail. I would appreciate also a statistic for outgouing emails and IMAP/HTTP Connections...

(If these statistics are available in the current version: Where to find ?!??!?)
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Kerio_ktrumbull

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These are open suggestions with our development team and I have added your requests.

Kevin Trumbull
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jshaw541

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I think that Kerio should go the correct route, which is to implement SNMP functionality in KMS. This SNMP implementation would then point to KMS's internal counters that it uses for WMI and the statistics stuff in KMS Admin Console.

You would then use MRTG or similar to generate your day to day data. Seems like it would be less work for the Kerio programmers, and more "enterprise-ready" than hacking stats in KMS Admin Console. SNMP is absolutely mandatory. We need a way to access KMS stats from our existing solutions, such as MRTG, RRD, and OpManager. These all use SNMP.

And an FYI, it IS possible, we ARE currently graphing day-to-day KMS statistics (via WMI, which is similar to SNMP), but WMI is seriously borked so it isn't always reporting the same stats that the internal KMS counters keep. I had planned to release a detailed howto for others to monitor KMS using MRTG, but things are so unreliable, it's not worth the effort, yet.

Perhaps Kerio should look into implementing SNMP in KMS, and using the freely-available RRDtool to implement basic graphs for newbies in their web admin interface, while still allowing us advanced folks the flexibility to do what we need to do.

[Updated on: Fri, 02 December 2005 20:50]


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Kerio_ktrumbull

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I have added a suggestion to our development team for SNMP support.

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