I have a home server with an X9DR3-F motherboard, I install a superdoctor so I can monitor voltages, temperatures and fan speeds, but what it brings to me as information from lm_sensors, which is difficult to read.
Through the librenms server by making snmpwalk -On -v2c -c home server .18.104.22.168.4.1.10876 I find the correct information.
And why is there no information about memories, disks, models and SN in the inventory, given that this information is provided by a superdoctor?
You don’t say what operating system your server runs ? Hard to answer your question without that…
If it’s Windows server you can install (via roles and features) the standard SNMP server and configure it (community, etc) in services, this will provide a lot of information including name, location, uptime, network interface traffic, processor usage, memory usage, disk space usage etc… you don’t need any third party software.
The Windows Server SNMP server does not provide voltages, fan speeds or temperatures however. If you want those you need a motherboard that supports IPMI. On most intel server motherboards with a remote management (BMC) interface you can create a reduced permissions BMC login for LibreNMS to use then add the details in the IPMI configuration for the server in LibreNMS.
This will combine all the information retrieved by SNMP and IPMI giving you an extensive set of both software and hardware data for the server. We have IPMI data collection working on several of our servers including temperatures, fan speeds, power supply power levels etc.
If your server is Linux based just install and configure access to the standard SNMPD dameon that comes with the operating system and LibreNMS will automatically recognise pretty much everything it can provide automatically.
You can still use IPMI data from a Linux server if the motherboard supports BMC/IPMI as well as that is independent of the operating system installed.
My mistake is that I did not provide the necessary information.
The server is running OS Proxmox 7 with Debian 11.1.
The motherboard is Supermicro X9DRi-F.
I have configured IPMI in librenms.
SuperDoctor 5 is installed.
When executing the command in a console from the server on which librenms is installed:
snmpwalk -v2c -c community server .22.214.171.124.4.1.10876 - I see the required information.
librenms is installed on Ubuntu 20.04.3 LTS.
All I had to do was delete and reconfigure LibreNMS.