Is it possible to include in the data query the ifAlias of the interface in order to have that information on the graph title? That would be very usefull for me since I have a lot of interfaces to monitor and It would be a nice feature to include.
that's easy - just add the following text to /resource/script_queries/cisco-qos-64.xml at row 25, between </status> and <name>:
next, you should go to "Data Queries" -> "cisco-qos-64" -> "Associated Graph Templates" -> "cisco-qos-64 bits" and change "Suggested Values" for both - graph and data template by adding ifAlias to the titles (remove old-ones): "|host_description| - QOS bits(64) - |query_ifAlias| |query_class| - |query_policy| - |query_name|"
The second one, is that I'm using about 7 different class maps on each policy-map, would it be possible to include all of them in one single graph instead of having 7 different graphs for each interface.
hmm...let me think...I'm afraid that will require modification of cisco-qos-64.php...it more likely shuld sound "adaptation"
another solution - usage of additional data input method, which could return counters for all class-maps of certain policy-map.
that's not that difficult actually as it might just have sounded.