Torrus is an alternative software platform to MRTG, Cricket, and Cacti. In most cases it brings more flexibility and performance. It is able to poll more than 50,000 SNMP OIDs every 5 minutes from a single moderately equipped server, with simultaneous threshold monitoring of half of them. Torrus is designed to be a universal data series processing framework. Its scalable hierarchical design, application-independent core, and highly customizable architecture make it an attractive choice both for small installations and for big enterprise or carrier networks. Although most users deploy Torrus for SNMP monitoring, it might be useful for data series of any nature. Tobi Oetiker's RRDtool is used for data storage.
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Release Notes: BerkeleyDB stability has significantly improved due to new signal handlers. View parameters can be overridden with the URL variables "Gstart", "Gend", and so on. Collector initialization time is improved by shifting some work to the XML compiler. A new command-line utility, srvderive, combines several serviceIDs into a single report by calculating their sum or maximum value (sponsored by nexellent ag, www.nexellent.ch). SNMP discovery support for Arbor E series and Liebert HVAC has been added.