Re: Suggestion: Mon::Config

2002-04-08 Thread David Nolan
, and provide access to our work as it progresses. (Starting with the first useful milestone, which will be having the SQL-XML-Mon data conversion all mostly working, but without a user interface for the database.) -David Nolan Network Software Developer Computing Services Carnegie Mellon

NetSage: Creating a powerful configuration interface for Mon

2002-04-22 Thread David Nolan
then start a separate list, so that we get as wide an audience as possible. -David Nolan Network Software Developer Computing Services Carnegie Mellon University

RE: NetSage: Creating a powerful configuration interface for Mon

2002-05-10 Thread David Nolan
file generator. Neither of the packages above lists anything on their web sites about their configuration system, but I'd bet that if they had a web interface for updating the config file that supports all the features I want, they'd mention it. -David Nolan Network Software Developer

RE: NetSage: Creating a powerful configuration interface for Mon

2002-05-10 Thread David Nolan
above, and a bunch of monitor scripts we need to write). -David Nolan Network Software Developer Computing Services Carnegie Mellon University

Re: Send a trap on non failure

2002-06-25 Thread David Nolan
definitions) Anyone have any comments on that idea? -David Nolan Network Software Developer Computing Services Carnegie Mellon University

RE: Send a trap on non failure

2002-06-26 Thread David Nolan
used remote.monitor, I've just looked at what the (sparse) documentation says it does. -David David Nolan*[EMAIL PROTECTED] curses: May you be forced to grep the termcap of an unclean yacc while a herd of rogue emacs fsck your troff and vgrind your

Re: How dependencies work ?

2002-09-02 Thread David Nolan
and ORs is probably overkill 99% of the time. -David David Nolan*[EMAIL PROTECTED] curses: May you be forced to grep the termcap of an unclean yacc while a herd of rogue emacs fsck your troff and vgrind your pathalias!

Re: upalert problem

2002-09-09 Thread David Nolan
is a bug, but not in mon) and is just accepting anything between 8 and 9am as in the period. The correct way to get the period you want is: hr {8am} min {0-45} Does that solve your problem? Or is it something else? -David Nolan Network Software Developer Computing Services Carnegie Mellon

Re: alert doesn´t send any mail

2002-09-09 Thread David Nolan
. If there is nothing there you might want to enable more syslog logging, 'daemon.info' will get you lots of stuff from mon. (assuming you haven't set the syslog facility to something other then daemon in your mon.cfg) -David Nolan Network Software Developer Computing Services Carnegie Mellon University

RE: LONG Proposal: Making mon aware of individual host failures(WAS RE: n00b alert)

2002-09-18 Thread David Nolan
, and then the detailed message. This makes them basically completely interoperable with current Mon installations. Jim Trocki [EMAIL PROTECTED], [EMAIL PROTECTED] Layed Off Computer System and Network Engineer ^ Sorry to hear that... -David David Nolan

Re: LONG Proposal: Making mon aware of individual host failures(WAS RE: n00b alert)

2002-09-18 Thread David Nolan
. My current implementation of per-host dependencies goes the guessing thing, but being able to alert or log per-host events should probably require more precision. -David Nolan Network Software Developer Computing Services Carnegie Mellon University

Re: mon[30949]: no monitor found while trying to run []

2002-09-20 Thread David Nolan
groups.) -David Nolan Network Software Developer Computing Services Carnegie Mellon University ___ mon mailing list [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://linux.kernel.org/mailman/listinfo/mon

Re: Memory usage problems?

2002-09-20 Thread David Nolan
'The -w switch is not mandatory.' being a bug. Regardless, I've got a version that -w is now pretty happy with. I think I'm going to send my current patchset to you before I start working on the per-host tracking stuff. Probably monday. -David Nolan Network Software Developer Computing

Re: alerts not found in 99.2 -help- (fwd)

2002-09-24 Thread David Nolan
by the user your mon server is running as. (Or the directory isn't readable, etc.) Have you verified the permissions are set correctly? -David Nolan Network Software Developer Computing Services Carnegie Mellon University ___ mon mailing list

Re: Memory usage problems?

2002-09-25 Thread David Nolan
patchset today. Do you want the attached documentation to be as verbose as the last one? -David Nolan Network Software Developer Computing Services Carnegie Mellon University ___ mon mailing list [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://linux.kernel.org/mailman/listinfo

Re: monshow segfaults under perl 5.8.0

2002-12-02 Thread David Nolan
point I'll reconcile those changes with mine and submit another patch set. -David Nolan Network Software Developer Computing Services Carnegie Mellon University ___ mon mailing list [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://linux.kernel.org/mailman/listinfo/mon

Re: dns.monitor

2002-12-17 Thread David Nolan
and then of course mon will append all the servers in the group, which can include server1.foo.com, but does not need to. so the actual command line might be: dns.monitor -zone foo.com -zone bar.come -master server1.foo.com server1.foo.com server2.foo.com server3.bar.com -David David Nolan

Re: MON_LAST_* Not actually the last output...

2003-03-19 Thread David Nolan
management to do that. -David Nolan Network Software Developer Computing Services Carnegie Mellon University ___ mon mailing list [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://linux.kernel.org/mailman/listinfo/mon

Re: snmp_interface.mon

2003-03-21 Thread David Nolan
of snmp_interface.monitor that can deal with multiple routers, I have a patched version of the script that can do that. It can only deal with multiple routers with identical interface names, but at least it can do that. -David Nolan Network Software Developer Computing Services Carnegie Mellon University

Re: Mon causing system to freeze

2003-06-06 Thread David Nolan
hardware components with hot-spares. (You do have spare hardware, right?) You get the idea... -David Nolan Network Software Developer Computing Services Carnegie Mellon University ___ mon mailing list [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://linux.kernel.org/mailman

Re: Patch: trap authentication does not work

2003-06-04 Thread David Nolan
it on any significant scale yet. Its a big enough change that I don't want to start using in our production environment until I've tested in a development environment for a while. And I don't have one right now.) -David David Nolan*[EMAIL PROTECTED

Re: Calling alerts and monitors

2003-06-18 Thread David Nolan
' for monitoring Mathematica license servers)), we write a perl wrapper script to format the output from that utility into the correct format for Mon. That way if the monitor-script output format gets changed at some later point, we'll just have to slightly change the wrapper script. -David Nolan Network

Re: Upalerts

2003-06-25 Thread David Nolan
in taking a look and giving me feedback, let me know. -David Nolan Network Software Developer Computing Services Carnegie Mellon University ___ mon mailing list [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://linux.kernel.org/mailman/listinfo/mon

Re: restart network.alert

2003-06-30 Thread David Nolan
to send them packets.) Other devices exist which have serial control interfaces. These are obviously much less of a security risk, but much more of a management hassle. (Extra cabling, all routed to central terminal servers, etc.) -David David Nolan

Re: Centralized MON Problem

2003-10-14 Thread David Nolan
hasn't fully incorporated all the patches I've sent him, as far as I know.) -David David Nolan*[EMAIL PROTECTED] curses: May you be forced to grep the termcap of an unclean yacc while a herd of rogue emacs fsck your troff and vgrind your pathalias

RE: Mon Server Goes Foobar, help!

2004-01-12 Thread David Nolan
, because I've long since patched my copy of Mon to handle fork alerts cleanly, and clean them up during the normal child processing code. -David Nolan Network Software Developer Computing Services Carnegie Mellon University ___ mon mailing list [EMAIL

Re: Segmentation fault when running under mod_perl

2004-03-05 Thread David Nolan
*really* need a new stable release of Mon. I hope this is fixed in the development version, but I haven't personally tested it, as my Mon infrastructure is heavily dependent on the changes I've made to Mon, and Jim hasn't yet applied any of the patches I've sent him, as far as I know. -David

Re: Downtime Log Bug?

2004-04-23 Thread David Nolan
of Mon for 1.5 years, but that I haven't submitted to Jim because he hasn't released the last set of patches I sent him.) -David David Nolan*[EMAIL PROTECTED] curses: May you be forced to grep the termcap of an unclean yacc while a herd of rogue

Re: Frustrating hangs...

2004-06-01 Thread David Nolan
is to eliminate the usage of that perl module. I've done that in my local version of Mon and the performance improvement was incredible. There are other reasons to eliminate that module anyway (it can cause perl to segfault). If you're interested in those patches, let me know. -David David Nolan

Re: status of Mon development failures?

2004-06-03 Thread David Nolan
and release CMU-Mon as a fork, but maybe I should. Part of the reason the NetSage monconfiguration system hasn't been released yet is that its really designed to take advantage of all the features I added. -David David Nolan*[EMAIL PROTECTED] curses: May you

Re: david nolan's patches

2004-06-03 Thread David Nolan
--On Thursday, June 03, 2004 10:52 AM -0700 Jim Trocki [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: this is a matter of historical record which should be public. rather than post his patched version to the mailing list for everyone to have a gander at and do something with if they chose, he sent them only to me

Re: status of Mon development failures?

2004-06-03 Thread David Nolan
and hitting attachments as well. David Nolan Network Software Developer Computing Services Carnegie Mellon University ___ mon mailing list [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://linux.kernel.org/mailman/listinfo/mon

Re: david nolan's patches

2004-06-03 Thread David Nolan
whether sourceforge is the best option, but ultimately I don't care as long as it works. David Nolan Network Software Developer Computing Services Carnegie Mellon University ___ mon mailing list [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://linux.kernel.org/mailman/listinfo/mon

Re: david nolan's patches

2004-06-08 Thread David Nolan
--On Monday, June 07, 2004 1:32 PM -0700 Jim Trocki [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Thu, 3 Jun 2004, David Nolan wrote: (In fact, I may have posted it to the list, but I can't recall right now. Time for some email archeology.) ahh, i apologize for my confusion. clearly my recollection was faulty

RE: mon 1.0.0pre2 and mon-client 1.0.0pre2 are in cvs on sourcefo rge

2004-06-21 Thread David Nolan
-devel-1.1.X branch available. (Of course, I'm about to head to conferences for two weeks. Anyone on the list going to be at Usenix?) -David David Nolan*[EMAIL PROTECTED] curses: May you be forced to grep the termcap of an unclean yacc while a herd

Re: Are traps processed while scheduler is stopped?

2004-06-23 Thread David Nolan
will not happen when traps are recieved while the scheduler is stopped, but the traps be processed, and their information will show in the user interface. (But any non-trap services will obviously not be running, and stale data will sit around.) -David David Nolan

Re: Are traps processed while scheduler is stopped?

2004-06-23 Thread David Nolan
everyone about everything. STOP!. Thus all things directly monitored should stop being monitored, and abolutely no alerts should be generated for any reason. Thats basically what I made it do. -David David Nolan*[EMAIL PROTECTED] curses: May you be forced to grep

Re: Why doesn't _trap_timer get reset?

2004-06-27 Thread David Nolan
will be sent until that much time has passed again. Does that help? -David Nolan Network Software Designer Computing Services Carnegie Mellon University ___ mon mailing list [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://linux.kernel.org/mailman/listinfo/mon

Re: Problem with _trap_timer and long trap timeouts?

2004-06-27 Thread David Nolan
for saving and restoring the full opstatus. However your question lead me to look at that code and notice that trap_timer isn't saved in the current code. I'll fix that and commit it shortly. (We don't use trap timeouts very much, so I'd never noticed before.) -David David Nolan

Re: Why doesn't _trap_timer get reset?

2004-06-28 Thread David Nolan
--On Monday, June 28, 2004 3:36 PM -0400 Jim Trocki [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Mon, 28 Jun 2004, David Nolan wrote: While it doesn't add any bugs, I don't believe it fixes any either. it does indeed fix the bug where a received would not reset the _trap_timer, preventing traptimeout from

Re: fping and root permissions

2004-07-06 Thread David Nolan
had the same problem before using perl's ping module and trying to do an icmp ping... This wouldn't be solvable without using suidperl, which introduces a whole slew of other issues. -David David Nolan*[EMAIL PROTECTED] curses: May you be forced to grep

Re: shutdown heartbeat

2004-07-08 Thread David Nolan
PATH or fully specifying the path to some program. -David David Nolan*[EMAIL PROTECTED] curses: May you be forced to grep the termcap of an unclean yacc while a herd of rogue emacs fsck your troff and vgrind your pathalias

Re: INSTALL updates

2004-07-08 Thread David Nolan
--On Wednesday, July 07, 2004 11:26 AM -0700 Eric Sorenson [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I got frustrated trying to show someone how to install mon, so I rewrote chunks of the INSTALL doc to match reality. Apply or ignore as you see fit. Excellent, thanks. Jim, I'll apply these. -David David Nolan

Re: watch http on one server and several ports

2004-08-12 Thread David Nolan
notice this and complain is a bug.) -David David Nolan*[EMAIL PROTECTED] curses: May you be forced to grep the termcap of an unclean yacc while a herd of rogue emacs fsck your troff and vgrind your pathalias

Re: DNS Monitor

2004-09-13 Thread David Nolan
it should look like, please either post the output or send it to me personally if you're concerned about posting the data. -David Nolan Network Software Designer Computing Services Carnegie Mellon University ___ mon mailing list [EMAIL PROTECTED] http

Re: Why no saved state for acks?

2004-09-16 Thread David Nolan
--On Thursday, September 16, 2004 11:02 AM -0700 Augie [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: -BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 Back in 2001 Ed Ravin said the following: http://www.mail-archive.com/[EMAIL PROTECTED]/msg00014.html I'm thinking of coding a patch to mon to include the state of ACK'd

Re: Using Mon to modify DSN records

2004-09-20 Thread David Nolan
of the Net::DNS package. We use it extensively to do thousands of DDNS updates a day to our zones. -David David Nolan*[EMAIL PROTECTED] curses: May you be forced to grep the termcap of an unclean yacc while a herd of rogue emacs fsck your troff

Re: mon.cf in a sql database ?

2004-09-30 Thread David Nolan
the data in a database, and generate mon.cf files from that database. And one of these days I swear I'm going to have the time to write some documentation so I can get it released... Unfortunately I've been saying that for over a year. -David Nolan Network Software Designer Computing Services

Re: mon.cf in a sql database ?

2004-09-30 Thread David Nolan
like it would make the 'test and reload' operation both expensive, and unpredictable, since the file would be generated twice, and not guaranteed to be the same. -David Nolan Network Software Designer Computing Services Carnegie Mellon University

Re: Configuration file check

2004-11-08 Thread David Nolan
mon.cgi, it provides a 'Test Mon Config File' option, or you can just run moncmd, with the arguments 'test config'. This has always been good enough for my needs, since I always have mon running. But if you require the feature you describe, I could add it fairly easily. -David Nolan Network

Re: Generating mon trap for use as heartbeat

2004-11-09 Thread David Nolan
would work reasonably. Or if you're willing to wait a day or so, I think I'm going to try to implement this for my system, and I'd be happy to post the script I use and the resulting config blocks as well. -David David Nolan*[EMAIL PROTECTED] curses: May

Re: Example config for snmp traps?

2004-11-12 Thread David Nolan
. LooperNG looks like it might be useful for translating SNMP traps into mon events, but doesn't currently have native support for sending stuff to Mon. (They already provide a mon alert script to generate send events to LooperNG, but no vice-versa.) -David David Nolan

Re: mon logging setup problem

2004-11-15 Thread David Nolan
--On Monday, November 15, 2004 10:54 AM -0700 Shea Frederick [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Fixed that, but still not creating a log file. logdir = /var/log/mon dtlogfile = dtlog Ah, I think you also need: dtlogging = 1 (Forgot about that setting...) -David David Nolan

Anyone going to LISA?

2004-11-15 Thread David Nolan
I was wondering if anyone else from the list is attending LISA '04 in Atlanta this week? I'll be down there Tuesday night through Friday. At last year's conference we had a very well attended Mon BOF. If there's enough interest I could arrange to have a BOF session again... -David David

Re: alerts functionality

2004-11-23 Thread David Nolan
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Re: Help with mon and process.monitor

2005-01-11 Thread David Nolan
we use to verify that the host is responding to snmp, and test the load average.) -David Nolan Network Software Designer Computing Services Carnegie Mellon University ___ mon mailing list mon@linux.kernel.org http://linux.kernel.org/mailman/listinfo/mon

Re: Mon: Action upon success?

2005-01-14 Thread David Nolan
between two mon servers, but it could be used for your function just as easily. (Though I just realized I need to add documentation for this option. I thought I'd done that already...) -David Nolan Network Software Designer Computing Services Carnegie Mellon University

Re: Trouble with -f mon option (deamon mode)

2005-02-02 Thread David Nolan
environment variable that is passed to monitor scripts to find the files. The primary reason that daemons change their working directory is avoid having a running daemon have its working directory in a network mounted filesystem, or in a filesystem you might want to unmount. -David David Nolan

Re: Upgrading to 1.1.0.

2005-03-09 Thread David Nolan
is that the source IP address of the trap isn't being filled in. Are there any other log messages? And can you provide a bit more detail on the exact failure behavior you see? I assume that mon is just ignoring the trap completely. Does it just ignore certain traps, or all of them? -David David Nolan

Re: How to succesfully control a virtual service if no real servers are defined?

2005-03-09 Thread David Nolan
which took a port number as one option, and a read the list of real servers to enable/disable from the summary line. Then you could group the hosts together in the way that makes the monitoring solution much more elegant, especially when you start moving beyond two servers in the pool. -David

Re: monitoring email capability for monitor alerts

2005-03-22 Thread David Nolan
. In particular I can enable two-way messaging, to allow our coverage people to reply to an alert from the pager. -David David Nolan*[EMAIL PROTECTED] curses: May you be forced to grep the termcap of an unclean yacc while a herd of rogue emacs fsck your troff

Re: monitoring email capability for monitor alerts

2005-03-22 Thread David Nolan
phone directly with a modem. Even if you don't put in a fancy text to speech system, if callerID works your admins can know Hey, Mon is calling, that must mean I missed an alert... If you've got a better secondary alert mechanism, use that instead. -David David Nolan

Re: monitoring email capability for monitor alerts

2005-03-22 Thread David Nolan
; #print STDERR $server: success!\n; }; And you need to add one line to Net::SNPP to add the non-standard RPLY command: sub _RPLY { shift-command(RPLY, @_)-response() == CMD_OK } -David David Nolan*[EMAIL PROTECTED] curses: May you be forced to grep

Re: BUG: alertevery filtering fails because empty summary fails match with previous empty summary

2005-03-25 Thread David Nolan
-1.1.0pre1, available from http://sourceforge.net/projects/mon/ or ftp://ftp.kernel.org/pub/software/admin/mon/devel/ -David David Nolan*[EMAIL PROTECTED] curses: May you be forced to grep the termcap of an unclean yacc while a herd of rogue emacs fsck

Re: Bug: mon.cf keyword error in period section not detected

2005-03-25 Thread David Nolan
--On Thursday, March 24, 2005 10:30 PM -0800 Michael Vogt [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Not sure if this has been reported. It is not fixed in mon-1.0.0pre5. Also already fixed in mon-1.1.0pre1. -David David Nolan*[EMAIL PROTECTED] curses: May you be forced

Re: Mon and non-failure logging

2005-03-25 Thread David Nolan
operation. -David David Nolan*[EMAIL PROTECTED] curses: May you be forced to grep the termcap of an unclean yacc while a herd of rogue emacs fsck your troff and vgrind your pathalias! ___ mon mailing list mon

Re: Bug: mon.cf keyword error in period section not detected

2005-03-25 Thread David Nolan
reading through all the changes at the time to make sure I wasn't breaking anything. I also went through and essentially cleared out the pending sourceforge bug queue at the time, because it hadn't been monitored or updated in a long time. -David David Nolan

Re: ORing hosts in a hostgroup (instead of ANDing) for a monitor

2005-03-26 Thread David Nolan
-cvsweb-markup -David David Nolan*[EMAIL PROTECTED] curses: May you be forced to grep the termcap of an unclean yacc while a herd of rogue emacs fsck your troff and vgrind your pathalias! ___ mon mailing list

Re: problems with period RESTART: and RESTART_FAILED

2005-03-29 Thread David Nolan
alertevery 1m You also might want an upalert entry in the second period that would bring the heartbeat service back up. -David David Nolan*[EMAIL PROTECTED] curses: May you be forced to grep the termcap of an unclean yacc while a herd of rogue emacs

Re: Mon Periods

2005-03-31 Thread David Nolan
addresses, which one is firing? -David David Nolan*[EMAIL PROTECTED] curses: May you be forced to grep the termcap of an unclean yacc while a herd of rogue emacs fsck your troff and vgrind your pathalias

Re: building mon

2005-04-07 Thread David Nolan
. You probably also want Mon::Client, also available from CPAN, or for download from the mon download site. -David David Nolan*[EMAIL PROTECTED] curses: May you be forced to grep the termcap of an unclean yacc while a herd of rogue emacs fsck your troff

Re: trap received but not acted upon.

2005-04-09 Thread David Nolan
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Re: Monitor output size limitation

2005-04-09 Thread David Nolan
--On Friday, April 08, 2005 6:33 PM -0700 Jim Trocki [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Fri, 8 Apr 2005, David Nolan wrote: This is a known bug with some regexps in perl's Text::ParseWords that is tickled by large input from mon. well it's not really a bug, it's just that the default stack size

Re: trap received but not acted upon.

2005-04-09 Thread David Nolan
to specify a period definition for something you want to always match seems silly. -David David Nolan*[EMAIL PROTECTED] curses: May you be forced to grep the termcap of an unclean yacc while a herd of rogue emacs fsck your troff and vgrind your pathalias

Re: no monitor found while trying to run []

2005-04-28 Thread David Nolan
entry. Also, you can run mon with debugging enabled, via '-d', to get more status information which might help track the problem. -David David Nolan*[EMAIL PROTECTED] curses: May you be forced to grep the termcap of an unclean yacc while a herd

Re: mon user???

2005-06-08 Thread David Nolan
my problem. Mon runs as whatever user you chose to run it as. Some places run it as root, some places run it as another user. Try running 'ps waux | grep mon' to find what user its running as. -David David Nolan*[EMAIL PROTECTED] curses: May you

Re: libperl.so.1 failed

2005-06-08 Thread David Nolan
be broken. Try running some other perl scripts. -David David Nolan*[EMAIL PROTECTED] curses: May you be forced to grep the termcap of an unclean yacc while a herd of rogue emacs fsck your troff and vgrind your pathalias

Re: libperl.so.1 failed

2005-06-09 Thread David Nolan
on vacation tomorrow... :) Sounds like you've got two perl installations on your machine, and the one that mon is using isn't the one thats in your PATH. Compare the output of 'which perl' and 'head -1 mon' -David David Nolan*[EMAIL PROTECTED] curses

Re: wrapping long lines in mon.cf, how?

2005-06-28 Thread David Nolan
watch, followed by whitespace and a single word which normally refers to a pre-defined hostgroup. If the second word is not recognized as a hostgroup tag, a new hostgroup is created whose tag is that word, and that word is its only member. -David David Nolan

Re: mon.cf features like redistribute ?

2005-07-07 Thread David Nolan
section above for a list of the parameters mon will pass automatically to alert programs. -David David Nolan*[EMAIL PROTECTED] curses: May you be forced to grep the termcap of an unclean yacc while a herd of rogue emacs fsck your troff and vgrind your

Re: Help !!!

2005-07-07 Thread David Nolan
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Re: question concerning monitor scripts

2005-07-18 Thread David Nolan
which was detected, and is passed to the alert program. All remaining output is also passed to the alert program, but it has no required interpretation. -David -David Nolan Network Software Designer Computing Services Carnegie Mellon University

Re: Problem with depedencies

2005-07-28 Thread David Nolan
seconds, check their load average via snmp every 45 seconds, test http every minute, and test https every five minutes. (And the router between my monitoring host and the web server is pinged every 15 seconds...) -David David Nolan*[EMAIL PROTECTED

Re: mon writes to /var/log/messages

2005-08-17 Thread David Nolan
that feature as an option and send us a patch. -David David Nolan*[EMAIL PROTECTED] curses: May you be forced to grep the termcap of an unclean yacc while a herd of rogue emacs fsck your troff and vgrind your pathalias

Re: monitor for ssl services?

2005-08-20 Thread David Nolan
export... I've probably got a dozen or so to add. (Plus the docs for the monitor-auth.cf syntax...) -David David Nolan*[EMAIL PROTECTED] curses: May you be forced to grep the termcap of an unclean yacc while a herd of rogue emacs fsck your troff

Re: mon configuration

2005-09-08 Thread David Nolan
seconds, whatever...) then you could have a trap timeout in Mon to detect when it stopped generating traps. -David David Nolan*[EMAIL PROTECTED] curses: May you be forced to grep the termcap of an unclean yacc while a herd of rogue emacs fsck your troff

Re: failed logins monitor

2005-09-26 Thread David Nolan
used it. (I didn't like the 'must replace syslogd' requirement..) I have a similar tool which watches the syslog log files and pattern matches on the output, generating mon traps as necessary. I could probably add it to the mon CVS area if anyone is interested in using it... -David David

Re: [Solaris 9] log output to terminal

2005-10-03 Thread David Nolan
syslog.conf to see how logs from daemon are configured. -David David Nolan*[EMAIL PROTECTED] curses: May you be forced to grep the termcap of an unclean yacc while a herd of rogue emacs fsck your troff and vgrind your pathalias

Re: not able to send sms alert

2005-10-05 Thread David Nolan
that I've check says their text messaging service is for 'entertainment purposes only'. i.e. not reliable for business purposes. -David David Nolan*[EMAIL PROTECTED] curses: May you be forced to grep the termcap of an unclean yacc while a herd

Re: how does exclude_period work?

2005-10-11 Thread David Nolan
in the period section will result in an error. Can you post a snippet of your current config and the resulting error message? -David David Nolan*[EMAIL PROTECTED] curses: May you be forced to grep the termcap of an unclean yacc while a herd of rogue

Re: how does exclude_period work?

2005-10-11 Thread David Nolan
--On Tuesday, October 11, 2005 22:32:51 +0200 [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Quoting David Nolan : Sorry to hear your employer ties your hands like that.  0.99.2 has some serious problems, including some that can trigger a perl bug that results in a perl segfault. Yeah I know. It's

Re: A few bugfixes missing from fantabulous mon...

2005-10-21 Thread David Nolan
around to looking at the patches yet. (I guess I was hoping Jim would. He was probably hoping I would... :) I'll try to look at them this weekend. -David David Nolan*[EMAIL PROTECTED] curses: May you be forced to grep the termcap of an unclean yacc

Re: Main Groups?

2005-10-26 Thread David Nolan
[host...] Any hosts listed after exclude_hosts will be excluded from the service check. -David David Nolan*[EMAIL PROTECTED] curses: May you be forced to grep the termcap of an unclean yacc while a herd of rogue emacs fsck your troff and vgrind your

Re: Alerts coming too often... why?

2005-11-03 Thread David Nolan
send us the version iformation for you version of fping and we'll see if we can fix it. -David David Nolan*[EMAIL PROTECTED] curses: May you be forced to grep the termcap of an unclean yacc while a herd of rogue emacs fsck your troff and vgrind your

Re: Alerts coming too often... why?

2005-11-03 Thread David Nolan
it. CVS is definitely more stable then 0.99.2. 0.99.2 has some nasty bugs, including some crash and burn type bugs. I need to spend some time integrating some last bug fixes to CVS and then we're ready to call it a release. -David David Nolan*[EMAIL

Re: Failure do not become Alert !

2005-11-11 Thread David Nolan
to control the ping timeout behavior: -r num retry num times for each host before reporting failure -s num consider hosts which respond in over num msecs failures -t num wait num msecs before sending retries -David David Nolan*[EMAIL

Re: alert does not execute script compleet

2005-11-26 Thread David Nolan
adding the full path to your ssh binary. -David David Nolan*[EMAIL PROTECTED] curses: May you be forced to grep the termcap of an unclean yacc while a herd of rogue emacs fsck your troff and vgrind your pathalias

Re: capture ip of falling node

2005-11-29 Thread David Nolan
scripts are documented in the Mon man page. -David David Nolan*[EMAIL PROTECTED] curses: May you be forced to grep the termcap of an unclean yacc while a herd of rogue emacs fsck your troff and vgrind your pathalias

Re: monitoring parameters

2006-02-23 Thread David Nolan
30m Those would run some.alert.script immediately whenever a failure occurs, and some.other.alert.script after the failure has been continous for half an hour and every half hour after that. See the manual for full information on all the alert control semantics that are available. -David

Re: pager alert continues to page multiple times after single failure

2006-04-19 Thread David Nolan
. Is your monitor's summary line changing? (That would cause a re-alert). -David David Nolan*[EMAIL PROTECTED] curses: May you be forced to grep the termcap of an unclean yacc while a herd of rogue emacs fsck your troff and vgrind your pathalias

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