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You didn't tell much about your OS, I can only assume it's Linux (from kill -9 ... part). I also don't know much about monit, but assume it's a flexible solution allowing you to retry starting a service if it fails. I assume that Tomcat instances are started with a shell startup script(s). Add somewhere in the beginning of these script(s): # edit the 2 ...
Your script is missing a proper shebang at the beginning of the first line. It should be #!/bin/bash. Additionally, it's almost a certainly that the nagios user doesn't have write permission in /etc/nagios3 (I'm guessing Ubuntu package?). Scripts really don't belong there either, but that's beside the point. Change your test file path to something in /tmp ...
Nagios is a well respected monitoring software that has a free version called Nagios Core. It is a very robust software that allows you to configure just about any type of monitoring and alerting that you would like. The free version is not nearly as 'pretty' for dashboards though. https://www.nagios.com/products/nagios-core/
Read your mail on the munin-users mailing list. I may have a former version of Munin ; my configuration looks rather like this: [example.com;totals] lb_cpu.graph_title LB Total User CPU lb_cpu.user.label User CPU lb_cpu.user.sum \ example.com;lb1:cpu.user \ example.com;lb2:cpu.user Maybe it needs the group for each existing ...
Just for future reference, I finally discovered what the problem was. This was actually due to a CentOS kernel due to timesync tx control register not set as expected. References: https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/springdale-users/bBqrE545sYo http://bugs.centos.org/view.php?id=6810 In the end this problem simply resolved itself after I upgraded to ...
We use several approaches: 1. Monit, to listen for elastic and logstash ports and restarting them 2. For cases when something bad happened, and everything is in place from monit prospective, but logs are not consumed/stored there is a simple script, that checks active index every hour and alerts in case document count haven't changed in last hour.
The simplest solution I found over all those years for charting of resource usage and monitoring was munin and mon. While the first excels in graphing usage over days, weeks, and years, the latter excels in very flexible monitoring, tracking failures (and recoveries), and sending out notification. Both can be easily extended using shell scripts or other ...
You should try to verify the logs for sensu-server (/var/log/sensu/sensu-server.log) and sensu-api (/var/log/sensu/sensu-api.log). Since the Uchiwa dashboard uses the sensu-api to retrieve information about your clients, you could start by making sure they appear in the API.
The first step to installing nagiosgraph, is to download the debian package and install it. The package can be downloaded via WGET, here: a. http://www.mirrorservice.org/sites/downloads.sourceforge.net/n/na/nagiosgraph/nagiosgraph/1.4.4/nagiosgraph-1.4.4-2.deb Once you’ve run wget and have the debian installation file on your Alienvault system, ...
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