[hobbit] Need help in hobbit monitor
s_aiello at comcast.net
s_aiello at comcast.net
Fri Aug 8 20:17:28 CEST 2008
The two suggestion given, were really and either or. Though you could perform
both, but it is rather redundant.
Option 1: NOCOLUMNS, that is a bbtag and belongs with each server you want to
hide those reports. i.e.
22.214.171.124 furrybunny.server.com # NOCOLUMNS:files,msgs
This is a bbtag defined in the server/etc/bb-hosts file, thusly it's usage is
documented in "man bb-hosts".
Option 2: hobbitd_client paramters.
If you applied as you said, but did not perform 'server/bin/bb 127.0.0.1 "drop
furrybunny.server.com files"' for both files & msgs. Well then those reports
will be purple in 30 secs. They are purple because those reports are no longer
generating, and thus the data is stale.
if you are unsure of the commands or suggestions that have been given, please
read up on the man pages for further details. You should never implement a
command or parameter you are not sure of.
On Friday 08 August 2008 13:30:37 Perumal, Santoshbabu wrote:
> I have followed the setpes give by you
> I have edited server/ertc/hobbitlaunch.cfg and did
> ENVFILE /fs4_backup/hobbit/server/etc/hobbitserver.cfg
> NEEDS hobbitd
> CMD hobbitd_channel --channel=client
> --log=$BBSERVERLOGS/clientdata.log hobbitd_client --no-clear-msgs
> Added --no-clear-msgs --no-clear-files and edited bb-hosts file and
> page Servers VmwareServers
> group-compress <font size="+1">Servers</font>
> and restarted hobbit but still seeing files on the webpage.it was not
> dropped.am I doing something wrong?.please help
> Santhoshbabu Perumal
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> -----Original Message-----
> From: s_aiello at comcast.net [mailto:s_aiello at comcast.net]
> Sent: Friday, August 08, 2008 12:30 PM
> To: hobbit at hswn.dk
> Subject: Re: [hobbit] Need help in hobbit monitor
> On Friday 08 August 2008 12:17:22 you wrote:
> > On Friday 08 August 2008 10:54:53 Perumal, Santoshbabu wrote:
> > > 3) by default I see files,msgs,ports and procs status are
> > > color. if I don't want to monitor files,msgs,ports and procs how do
> > > get rid of those entries showing on the webpage.basicall I want to
> > > only conn,cpu,disk,info,memory,ssh and trends.
> > Edit server/etc/hobbitlaunch.cfg
> > navigate to the [clientdata] section.
> > Add to the end of the CMD line: --no-clear-msgs --no-clear-files
> > --no-clear- ports.
> > see man hobbitd_client for details of these parameters.
> > ~Steve
> Oh yeah, if you choose that option, those clears will then turn purple
> 30 mins. You will need to drop them, after you add those parameters.
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