Hi Robert

Thank you for kind reply. I'm very happy to hear that, to sum up check_MK 
already work as I was expected and doesn't need any customization. Very good :)

Marco Reale

>----Messaggio originale----
>Da: "Robert Sander" <r.san...@heinlein-support.de>
>Data: 14/10/2016 10.58
>A: <checkmk-en@lists.mathias-kettner.de>
>Ogg: Re: [Check_mk (english)] dynamic check_load based on number of 
>On 14.10.2016 10:46, ml...@libero.it wrote:
>> As you know, whenever you look at load average on a Linux Machine, you
>> should take into account the number of cores.
>> How does check_MK work? Is possible to do something like that? If not
>> how do you manage cpu_load threshold on linux machines?
>When setting the CPU load parameters they are calculated by core, e.g.
>if you specify (1, 2) for (warn, crit) and have 4 cores, the load can go
>up to 4 resp 8.
>Robert Sander
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