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How To add multiple datapoints the Easy Way in Zenoss.

Mar 04, 2009, 23:03 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Allen Sanabria)

[ Thanks to Allen Sanabria for this link. ]

"Now you do not have to create a label for each OID, but I would recommend that you do since I assume you want labels that actually mean something. But just in case that you do not, the default is to print default and a number after it. So for example default0=88888.

"Also lets say you do want to add at least one label, well you can do just that just add for example --label="cpu". This will do the same as the default so the output would becpu0=999 cpu1=999."

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