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Oct
30
comment Windows: Automounter daemon for NFS?
One of the problems is that which mounts are needed on the server changes dynamically, so we cannot know in advance which mounts will be needed. Currently we do that by best guessing, but we fail at that, and it is clear that if we had an automounter it would solve our issues.
Oct
30
comment Windows: Automounter daemon for NFS?
Mapping requires free drive letters (yes: We have a complex system with > 26 exported dirs) and is not done automatically. These are two of the things I want to avoid.
Oct
30
asked Windows: Automounter daemon for NFS?
Oct
20
awarded  Popular Question
Oct
3
comment Zabbix: Slow down discovery
There is no Zabbix agent on the servers being scanned. I will find a screenshot.
Oct
2
comment Zabbix: Slow down discovery
I edited the question to make it more clear that it is the full scanning of ALL hosts in the network that I believe in total takes 7 minutes. The portscan of a single hosts takes less than 30 seconds.
Oct
2
revised Zabbix: Slow down discovery
Made it more clear that the 7 minutes is for a full run, not a single portscan
Sep
30
comment Zabbix: Slow down discovery
This is Zabbix 2.2.6. I can see the portscan runs on every host every 7 minutes (because it logs to syslog), but I do not know where to see if the network discovery runs every 7 minutes.
Sep
30
revised Zabbix: debug external script
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Sep
30
accepted Zabbix: debug external script
Sep
30
comment Zabbix: debug external script
But Perl itself WAS the problem: I wrote a one-line wrapper in bash that simply executed the Perl script and then everything worked!
Sep
30
comment Zabbix: debug external script
Only difference I can see, is that the working is using bash, and the non-working is written in perl.
Sep
30
comment Zabbix: debug external script
If I su - zabbix, I can run the command no problem.
Sep
30
revised Zabbix: debug external script
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Sep
30
revised Zabbix: debug external script
added 36 characters in body
Sep
30
comment Zabbix: debug external script
Correct: A single line with a single 64-bit integer followed by a single \n.
Sep
30
answered Zabbix: max of value of interfaces
Sep
30
comment Zabbix: debug external script
Good guess, but no: getenforce is Disabled. Also it would not explain why the other script works (this other script is a discover script).
Sep
30
accepted Zabbix: max of value of interfaces
Sep
30
asked Zabbix: debug external script