[Xymon] NFS mounts

Josh Luthman josh at imaginenetworksllc.com
Mon Sep 21 16:57:33 CEST 2015




        PROC    smokeping 1 -1 red
        FILE    /opt/bad-esxi-backup red noexist #this will make it red if
the file exists

Bunch of documentation in the config files, too.  It's more typical to have
an opposite (red when a file is missing).  You can also do something like
make time:

FILE    /some/whare/folder/anotherfolder/output.png red mtime<600 #red if
made more than 10 minutes ago

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On Mon, Sep 21, 2015 at 10:44 AM, Zoltan Forray <zforray at vcu.edu> wrote:

> This is a general/first time question about NFS mounted file systems.
> If I understand correctly (please correct me if I am wrong), by default
> Xymon Linux client doesn't check NFS mounts.
> I had a user ask to monitor a FILE which is on an NFS mounted filesystem.
> However, after adding FILE to analysis.cfg on the Xymon server, it still
> doesn't show up for this host (been watching for over 30-minutes and it
> still says "No files checked".
> So, how do I get this to work?
> --
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