[hobbit] "procs" checks are not working
Cayo de Moraes
camorae at googlemail.com
Thu Jun 18 12:00:38 CEST 2009
ok thanks! ist working now!
Wouder, do you know what I have to do to hide the other (non monitored)
2009/6/18 Wouter Schoot <wouter at schoot.org>
> Cayo de Moraes wrote:
>> Well, after reading the Man Pages of the "hobbit-clients.cfg" I tried to
>> monitor some process in a Linux-Client.
>> I defined it in the hobbitclients.cfg some processes to check but i always
>> get a clear status wich the following message:
>> "Processes NOT ok"
>> I've been searching in the mailing list for a while, but i couldnt find a
>> solid solution to this problem. I saw something about the msg file in the
>> /hobbit/client/tmp/ path, but i couldnt follow that...
> Thu Jun 18 09:28:26 CEST 2009 - Processes OK
> green apache2 (found 3, req. 1 or more)
> green bitlbee (found 2, req. 1 or more)
> green clamd (found 1, req. 1 or more)
> green cron (found 1, req. 1 or more)
> green dovecot (found 2, req. 1 or more)
> green exim4 (found 2, req. 1 or more)
> green maradns (found 6, req. 1 or more)
> green mysqld (found 3, req. 1 or more)
> green ngircd (found 1, req. 1 or more)
> green ntpd (found 1, req. 1 or more)
> green sshd (found 3, req. 1 or more)
> green zoneserver (found 4, req. 1 or more)
> Using this in hobbit-clients.cfg:
> PROC apache2
> PROC bitlbee
> PROC clamd
> PROC cron
> PROC dovecot
> PROC exim4
> PROC maradns
> PROC mysqld
> PROC ngircd
> PROC ntpd
> PROC sshd
> PROC zoneserver
> Hope the example helps.
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