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Munin does not provide any of the same features as Monit. That's a page hosted on a public wiki, so you can't just trust anything posted there ;)


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You have configured munin to send you an email every time there is a WARNING or CRITICAL state to report, and it is doing so. Munin is a great tool in many ways, but its notification engine isn't particularly sophisticated. Its only rate-limiting command, contact.contact.max_messages, limits the number of notifications that can be sent through a single ...


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I wrote the plugin. Here is a script I use to dump out the contents of the store file. I'm also interested in knowing if the self discovery identified the correct interface for you. #!/usr/bin/perl use Storable; use Data::Dumper; my $file="/var/lib/munin-node/plugin-state/nobody/bandwidth_eth1.state"; my $dump; my $perf_ref; my $store_ref = ...


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This works for me: command="/bin/nc localhost 4949",no-pty,no-X11-forwarding,no-agent-forwarding,no-port-forwarding


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I assume that you have a typo there and did chmod -R ug+rwx /home/johndoe or chmod -R ug+rwx johndoe inside /home, right? The difference between Ubuntu and Fedora are probably the user/group assignments. Did you try to give everyone access to the home of this user and the the munin user (munin?) access to this specific subdirectory? chmod 0751 ...


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Many perl modules will be available within the usual package hierarchy. For Ubuntu, I believe the package you want is called libdbd-pg-perl - so try installing that. For packages not included within the package hierarchy, you can use the perl module CPAN to install them. As root, run perl -MCPAN -eshell and follow the instructions to configure what ...


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You can change into the Munin User with su - munin --shell=/bin/bash To show the version number use munin-cron -v The first line was something like munin version 1.4.6. This works for me (Ubuntu 10.04/12.04/14.04). Munin has five Binaries they Work together: munin-update - collect the Data munin-graph - create the Graphs munin-limits - check if ...


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At first: You can run munin-cron only as user munin, so it's not an error that you can't run it as root. There are some few more Details in the Log Files ? On my Ubuntu Systems they are in /var/log/munin/ Which Version of Munin runnig on your Fedora Server ? Maby a Bug in Munin ?



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