Cacti tips : SNMP Counter data type at non-interface OID

May 8, 2012 – 17:48

If you saw m (mili) value at your non-interface OID graphical data, no need to worry, probably you have the right data, but see wrong graphic.

Oke here it’s the basic concept why above case can happen to you :
– Counter data type save the data in seconds rate, so this is not good for non-interface OID, because they has different behavior.

To correct this ‘error’ you just need to apply Multiply 300 function at your CDEF, and create separate template if needed.

How Can I Start Using Green Energy?

May 7, 2012 – 16:15

Green energy is getting better by the year. It has become the way to go when you are building or trying to reduce the cost in your current home to power things and to heat the home. The following information will help you to find some ways to go green in your home.

Keep passive solar energy in mind when building or remodeling a home. Passive solar homes collect sunlight through specially-designed roofs, walls, windows, and flooring. Passive solar energy ranges from having windows angled to collect southern sun exposure to homes that are heated entirely with the use of the sun.
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How To Go Green With Your Energy

May 6, 2012 – 00:30

Living green can produce a sense of pride because you know you are protecting the environment. That’s great, but are you aware of how much green energy helps you, personally? That’s right, green energy can save you money in energy costs. This article has some great tips for using green energy to benefit everyone.

A high-efficiency furnace becomes far less efficient with a clogged, dirty filter, so change your furnace filters often. This is especially important if you use tightly-woven pleated filters, because the HVAC system must work much harder to draw in air through its tiny openings. Most filters need to be changed or cleaned at least once every 3 months.
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Excellent Green Energy Solutions For Someone Seeking More Information

May 1, 2012 – 22:26

Now, more than ever, people are concerned about the energy we use in this society. Green energy tips are being sought out, more and more. Being “green” not only saves the environment, but it also can save you money in the long run. Continue reading for some great tips to make your life greener.

Green energy might be available to you right now, so make a phone call and see if you can find it. Most electric companies are now offering green energy sources that can meet consumer’s needs. You will likely have the option of switching partially to green energy, or entirely to green energy. You might pay a little more for these options, but you will be doing something great for the environment.
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The Positively Remarkable Benefits Of Green Energy!

April 30, 2012 – 17:03

What do solar energy, tidal power, and wind power all have in common? They’re all forms of green energy; natural energy sources that cause minimal pollution. If we want to take care of this planet, it’s important that we take the steps to use more green energy. Keep reading this article to find out how.

Consider installing a pellet stove for a greener way to heat your home. These stoves burn compressed pellets made from renewable resources like biomass, corn, sawdust, or other wood waste, and they produce very little pollution. Most stoves use a minimal amount of electricity to operate their blowers, but it less expensive than heating your home with an electric or gas furnace.
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