[hobbit] Monitoring filesystems?
cmorrison at corniceco.com
Thu Aug 11 16:32:26 CEST 2005
On a similar line of thought. I've been trying to set up our fileserver
(NFS and SAMBA on Fedora core 2 Linux) to show nfs exports using
network2.sh and/or bb-nfs. Neither one is showing on the hobbit monitor,
nor are files being generated in the hobbit server's data/hist or
data/histlogs directories. Oddly, I have the network2.sh working on
numerous other servers and it works fine. Those are also RedHat
variants, mostly CentOs. The setups in bb-bbexttab and bbsys.local are
identical to the ones that work, network2.sh exists with proper
permissions and I've restarted the client and server scripts numerous
times. The startup of bbclient on the fileserver shows that network2.sh
is one of the external scripts that is started.
Am I missing something obvious here ?
Rolf Schrittenlocher wrote:
>> It would be fairly easy to add a check in the client disk handler
>> so that you could configure certain filesystems that must be present in
>> the disk status report.
>> Right now the client config goes like
>> disk /export/home 80 95
>> which as you say just defines the thresholds. We could add a "required"
>> keyword after the thresholds and if it's there, then the disk status
>> will go red if it's not there - same as we do for the process checks.
> we would appreciate this feature!
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