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