Re: Querying SNMP for auth cache performance

From: Glenn Chisholm <>
Date: Tue, 19 Jan 1999 14:12:35 -0700 (MST)

To my knowledge the statistics that you are after are not collected.
However someone who is familiar with the auth code might be in a better
position to comment. If they are maintained I will be happy to look at
adding those objects to the MIB if people would find them useful.


On Tue, 19 Jan 1999, Williams Jon wrote:

> I've finally gotten SNMP working and my reporting stuff mostly up. I'd like
> to be able to track performance information for our authentication processes
> (we're querying a seperate auth server over the network) such as auth
> requests/second, auths serviced from cache/second, non-cached service time,
> cached service time, etc. The snmpwalk of the proxy process doesn't contain
> anything that matches this. Has anyone else done this? If not, what would
> need to be done to implement it (such as "go to file blat.c and copy code
> for x")?
> Thanks,
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