Help please in setting up alerts

2007-01-09 Thread Penhale, Jeff
SSLeay.pm on the system - should it have been installed with initial setup? Thanks for any help that may be provided. -Jeff Summary output: Can't locate Net/SSLeay.pm in @INC (@INC contains: /usr/lib/perl5/5.8.3/i586-linux-thread-multi /usr/lib/perl5/5.8.3 /usr/lib/perl5/site_perl/5.8.3/i586

Re: Help !!!

2005-07-07 Thread David Nolan
not work. If I execute alert file, it canalert to my jabber. Now I hope mon can monitor a services is down, it can alert to my jabber. Please Help me! I wait your reply! Thanks!!! A Helper

Re: Help with mon and process.monitor

2005-01-11 Thread David Nolan
--On Tuesday, January 11, 2005 2:07 PM +1100 Craig Reeson [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Now I am getting a SNMP timeout issue (using monshow.cgi). I have tried increasing the timeout in process.monitor but it has made no difference. However, if I just run 'process.monitor -c mycom 172.28.47.60' then

Help with mon and process.monitor

2005-01-10 Thread Craig Reeson
Guys, I am still having difficulty getting this to work (fixed previous issues, the mon.cf I was given was wrong). Now I am getting a SNMP timeout issue (using monshow.cgi). I have tried increasing the timeout in process.monitor but it has made no difference. However, if I just run

RE: Help with mon.cf switches

2005-01-06 Thread Craig Reeson
Ok, thanks again for everybodies help I am beginning to understand the way Mon works :) Anyway, I believe I have made some progress.. Mon now gives me the green light on my process monitoring, BUT I get an error like such: Server1 returned an SNMP error: Unknown user name Any ideas? Thanks

Re: Help with mon.cf switches

2005-01-05 Thread Jim Trocki
nothing. i'm not sure what you're trying to do or from where you got that example, but if you elaborate then maybe i can help out. ___ mon mailing list mon@linux.kernel.org http://linux.kernel.org/mailman/listinfo/mon

RE: Help with mon.cf switches

2005-01-05 Thread Craig Reeson
Thanks for everybody's help so far... It has been mentioned that the -P and -C switches are no longer supported/used in mon-0.99.2 So what should I replce these switches with? (I am running Debian testing w/ 0.99.2-7) Here is a larger section of my mon.cf: # global options # cfbasedir = /etc

help!

2004-08-11 Thread simon zhou
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RE: Mon Server Goes Foobar, help!

2004-01-12 Thread Gary Richardson
Richardson Sent: Friday, January 09, 2004 8:09 PM To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Mon Server Goes Foobar, help! Hey, I have a mon server that has been running fine for a few months. All of a sudden it is doing crazy things. We are using mon.cgi for reporting. It is now timing out 9 out of 10 times

RE: Mon Server Goes Foobar, help!

2004-01-12 Thread David Nolan
--On Monday, January 12, 2004 12:09 PM -0800 Gary Richardson [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I'm doing some more research into this. A ran --d:Profile for perl and found that 96% of the time is spent in Sys::Syslog::_syslog_send_socket. Is this normal? Sounds like your syslog server may be having

RE: Mon Server Goes Foobar, help!

2004-01-12 Thread Eric Sorenson
On Mon, 12 Jan 2004, Gary Richardson wrote: I'm doing some more research into this. A ran -d:Profile for perl and found that 96% of the time is spent in Sys::Syslog::_syslog_send_socket. Is this normal? Maybe the output logfile is set to fsync-on-write. This is the (unfortunate) default for

RE: Mon Server Goes Foobar, help!

2004-01-12 Thread Gary Richardson
collector) to block. Mon would then wait on the block. Thanks for all the help guys. Without it, it would have been a long time before I found the problem. Out. -Original Message- From: Eric Sorenson [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Monday, January 12, 2004 12:45 PM To: Gary Richardson Cc: [EMAIL

Re: Mon Server Goes Foobar, help!

2004-01-10 Thread Nate Campi
On Fri, Jan 09, 2004 at 08:09:24PM -0800, Gary Richardson wrote: I have a mon server that has been running fine for a few months. All of a sudden it is doing crazy things. We are using mon.cgi for reporting. It is now timing out 9 out of 10 times. When you telnet to the mon port and try to

Mon Server Goes Foobar, help!

2004-01-09 Thread Gary Richardson
Hey, I have a mon server that has been running fine for a few months. All of a sudden it is doing crazy things. We are using mon.cgi for reporting. It is now timing out 9 out of 10 times. When you telnet to the mon port and try to issue commands, sometimes it hangs for a long time and

Help with authentication

2003-07-28 Thread Emanuele Zanotti
Hi all, this is my problem: 1) I set the following in mon.cf: authtype = userfile userfile = /usr/local/mon/etc/userfile 2) and create userfile with: /usr/local/apache/bin/htpasswd -c /usr/local/mon/etc/userfile root 3) restarted the mon server While accessing from the mon.cgi web interface

Re: Help with authentication

2003-07-28 Thread Andrew Ryan
In addition to setting up a userfile and creating a user, which you did, you also need to make sure that the auth.cf file is set up properly for that user. Also make sure that the user mon runs as has permissions to read the userfile and auth.cf file. On Mon, 28 Jul 2003, Emanuele Zanotti wrote:

help with ping service

2003-07-22 Thread Emanuele Zanotti
Hi all, I am new to mon. After installing it I have this error message from the 'monshow --full' command for the ping service (using the default fping.monitor): could not open pipe to fping: No such file or directory However, fping is working fine and fping.monitor as well. Any suggestions?

need urgent help

2003-07-16 Thread Eric Bond
If i want to put mon's data on other remote server which dosen't install mon, my intention is users can still read the past activities of the mon server when it is dead. which log file should i put? and how can i do that, I mean how can i write the scripts? i have already known remote

RE: Hello !!! I would like a help please .... it´s about snmp2montrap....

2002-11-08 Thread Ralph.Bugg
[mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]Sent: Friday, November 08, 2002 11:18 AMTo: Ralph.BuggCc: [EMAIL PROTECTED]Subject: RE: Hello !!! I would like a help please it´s about snmp2montrap Thank you for yor suggestion, but i don´t know perl so much

RE: Hello !!! I would like a help please .... it´s about snmp2montrap....

2002-11-08 Thread André Leão
3:06 PMTo: [EMAIL PROTECTED]Subject: Hello !!! I would like a help please it´s about snmp2montrap my snmptrapd.conf traphandledefault /etc/snmp2montrap When i receiveany trap i always receivesomething like

Hello !!! I would like a help please .... it´s about snmp2montrap....

2002-11-07 Thread André Leão
net.snmpV2.snmpModules.snmpMIB.snmpMIBObjects.snmpTrap.snmpTrapEnterprise.0 enterprises.3.1.1= I receive traps of Windows 2000 server, Linux, Cisco routers, Cyclades routers, Cisco Switchand it´s the same thing. i hope you help me please... Thank you so lot. André Guizarde Q. de Leão Suporte TécnicoSysdata

alerts not found in 99.2 -help-

2002-09-25 Thread Andrew Diller
Hello: I'm upgrading mon from an old version of mon to .99.2 on tru64. We are using perl 5.6.0. Everything is fine, except that for some reason I _cannot_ get mon to read alerts in alert.d directory. Then it begins to even refuse to see the mail.alerts which are untouched. Did something in

alerts not found in 99.2 -help- (fwd)

2002-09-24 Thread Andy Diller
Hello: I'm upgrading mon from an old version of mon to .99.2 on tru64. We are using perl 5.6.0. Everything is fine, except that for some reason I _cannot_ get mon to read alerts in alert.d directory. Then it begins to even refuse to see the mail.alerts which are untouched. Did something in

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

2002-09-24 Thread David Nolan
--On Tuesday, September 24, 2002 8:55 AM -0400 Andy Diller [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Why is mon refusing to acknowledge these alerts which is plainly there in the alert.d directory? My first guess would be a permissions problem. Either the alerts aren't executable, or they aren't readable

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

2002-09-24 Thread Andy Diller
Ok, they needed the execute bit set. Sigh.. thanks! --On Tuesday, September 24, 2002 9:56 AM -0400 David Nolan [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: My first guess would be a permissions problem. Either the alerts aren't executable, or they aren't readable by the user your mon server is running

RE: Please help - syslog_facility

2002-01-15 Thread Peter HOLZLEITNER
Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] Sent: Tuesday, January 15, 2002 1:47 PM To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Please help - syslog_facility I am a newbie and don´t unterstand the syslog_facility option: I have a SUSE 7.3 Linux I found a file /etc/syslog.conf I