[hobbit] curves went to zero but didn't have a report?

Andrew Chen Andrew.Chen at ehealth-china.com
Tue Jun 24 14:49:55 CEST 2008

Hi klash

      Thanks for your reply, I know you mean. When the server stop, many things will happen like you saying(ping and snmp). But I monitor many server and I just want to know if the hobbit can check the server’s CPU and Memory when they Zero. If I can recevie some email from hobbit. So I first know it. Can you give me some advice for hobbit setting? I am learning hobbit:-)


From: Krash, Paul [mailto:pkrash at exegy.com] 
Sent: 2008年6月24日 19:44
To: hobbit at hswn.dk
Subject: Re: [hobbit] curves went to zero but didn't have a report?


do you monitor services/procs on the unit in question? Ping or snmp reads?

When I have a machine go flatline,
There are usually other warnings that get sent out (service down, process in uninterruptible sleep, or host unreachable)....

I don't have an answer for you about the load = 0 , though it might be interesting to only monitor cpu and mem usage.

It would make my world so much simpler.


Thanks to all on this list, and all that contribute/write code for hobbit.

Hobbit Rocks!
Paul Krash, system administrator, Exegy, Inc.; 314-218-3602 x 666 


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