[icinga-users] scheduled downtime question

Andreas Schnederle-Wagner - Futureweb.at schnederle at futureweb.at
Thu Feb 9 13:33:23 CET 2012


@Wolfgang: Seems like it didn't go out of scheduled downtime. But why is the downtime not shown within icinga classic? :-/ (http://temp.in.futureweb.at/icinga/downtime3.jpg)
	          If it would be there I could simply delete it. Why the other downtimes didn't start - no idea either ... :-/

@Michael: read about the event handlers - ok - just thought maybe they are disabled too when in schedules downtime. Good to know they are not! ;-)
	       Icinga classic shows me the servics is in downtime. Configs are created with centreon. But I guess this should not be related with this problem?

Host Details:
OS: Centos 6.2
Icinga 1.6.1


-----Ursprüngliche Nachricht-----
Von: Wolfgang [mailto:wnd at gmx.net] 
Gesendet: Donnerstag, 09. Februar 2012 13:15
An: icinga-users at lists.sourceforge.net
Betreff: Re: [icinga-users] scheduled downtime question

The log shows that (for whatever reason) the service has never left the downtime. I guess that Centreon only calculates the "actual end" by adding the duration (2h) to the start of the downtime (00:50).
Additionally I have no idea why the other downtimes haven't started.

Am 09.02.2012 12:43, schrieb Andreas Schnederle-Wagner - Futureweb.at:
> Here is the Sendmail grep:
>
> 	[1328742000] CURRENT SERVICE STATE: hostname.futureweb.at;Mailserver Port 25 Check - Sendmail;OK;HARD;1;SMTP OK - 0.024 sec. response time
> 	[1328744759] EXTERNAL COMMAND: SCHEDULE_SVC_DOWNTIME;hostname.futureweb.at;Mailserver Port 25 Check - Sendmail;1328744520;1328751720;0;0;1800;futureweb;Downtime set by futureweb
> 	[1328744884] SERVICE ALERT: hostname.futureweb.at;Mailserver Port 25 Check - Sendmail;CRITICAL;SOFT;1;CRITICAL - Socket timeout after 10 seconds
> 	[1328744884] SERVICE EVENT HANDLER: hostname.futureweb.at;Mailserver Port 25 Check - Sendmail;CRITICAL;SOFT;1;restart_by_ssh!sendmail
> 	[1328744941] SERVICE ALERT: hostname.futureweb.at;Mailserver Port 25 Check - Sendmail;CRITICAL;SOFT;2;CRITICAL - Socket timeout after 10 seconds
> 	[1328744941] SERVICE EVENT HANDLER: hostname.futureweb.at;Mailserver Port 25 Check - Sendmail;CRITICAL;SOFT;2;restart_by_ssh!sendmail
> 	[1328745014] SERVICE ALERT: hostname.futureweb.at;Mailserver Port 25 Check - Sendmail;CRITICAL;HARD;3;CRITICAL - Socket timeout after 10 seconds
> 	[1328745014] SERVICE DOWNTIME ALERT: hostname.futureweb.at;Mailserver Port 25 Check - Sendmail;STARTED; Service has entered a period of scheduled downtime
> 	[1328745014] SERVICE EVENT HANDLER: hostname.futureweb.at;Mailserver Port 25 Check - Sendmail;CRITICAL;HARD;3;restart_by_ssh!sendmail
> 	[1328745291] SERVICE ALERT: hostname.futureweb.at;Mailserver Port 25 Check - Sendmail;OK;HARD;3;SMTP OK - 0.022 sec. response time
> 	[1328745291] SERVICE EVENT HANDLER: hostname.futureweb.at;Mailserver Port 25 Check - Sendmail;OK;HARD;3;restart_by_ssh!sendmail
> 	[1328775426] EXTERNAL COMMAND: SCHEDULE_FORCED_SVC_CHECK;hostname.futureweb.at;Mailserver Port 25 Check - Sendmail;1328775425
> 	[1328775439] SERVICE ALERT: hostname.futureweb.at;Mailserver Port 25 Check - Sendmail;CRITICAL;SOFT;1;CRITICAL - Socket timeout after 10 seconds
> 	[1328775439] SERVICE EVENT HANDLER: hostname.futureweb.at;Mailserver Port 25 Check - Sendmail;CRITICAL;SOFT;1;restart_by_ssh!sendmail
> 	[1328775466] EXTERNAL COMMAND: SCHEDULE_FORCED_SVC_CHECK;hostname.futureweb.at;Mailserver Port 25 Check - Sendmail;1328775465
> 	[1328775469] SERVICE ALERT: hostname.futureweb.at;Mailserver Port 25 Check - Sendmail;OK;SOFT;2;SMTP OK - 0.022 sec. response time
> 	[1328775469] SERVICE EVENT HANDLER: hostname.futureweb.at;Mailserver 
> Port 25 Check - Sendmail;OK;SOFT;2;restart_by_ssh!sendmail
>
> And another Question - why does it send the Event-Handler even when in scheduled downtime?!?
> And Centreon also shown me that the service is in scheduled downtime 
> ... even if it tells me that the downtime has ended ... (centreon 
> shows me only information it get's from icinga ...)
>
> Andreas
>
>
>
> -----Ursprüngliche Nachricht-----
> Von: Wolfgang [mailto:wnd at gmx.net]
> Gesendet: Donnerstag, 09. Februar 2012 12:30
> An: icinga-users at lists.sourceforge.net
> Betreff: Re: [icinga-users] scheduled downtime question
>
> Hm. I'd grep for "Sendmail" in icinga.log to check what might have happened. The service was scheduled for downtime and Centreon shows that the downtime ended but the classic UI doesn't. I wonder why.
>
> "recurring" stepped into my mind because of the Centreon screenshot.
>
> Am 09.02.2012 11:41, schrieb Andreas Schnederle-Wagner - Futureweb.at:
>> 1) service detail shows a downtime but I don't know why ... should not be in scheduled downtime? (http://temp.in.futureweb.at/icinga/downtime3.jpg)
>> 	Weird thing is that no scheduled downtime is shown anywhere except on the "in scheduled downtime" ... so I can't delete it anywhere?
>> 2) in icinga.log (grep on scheduled)
>> 	[1328744837] HOST DOWNTIME ALERT: hostname.futureweb.at;STARTED; Host has entered a period of scheduled downtime
>> 	[1328745014] SERVICE DOWNTIME ALERT: 
>> hostname.futureweb.at;Mailserver Port 25 Check - Sendmail;STARTED; 
>> Service has entered a period of scheduled downtime
>> 3) should be no recurring downtime - was a flexible downtime
>> 4) GUIs used: Icinga Classic and Centreon
>>
>> Andreas
>>
>> -----Ursprüngliche Nachricht-----
>> Von: Michael Friedrich [mailto:michael.friedrich at univie.ac.at]
>> Gesendet: Donnerstag, 09. Februar 2012 10:43
>> An: icinga-users at lists.sourceforge.net
>> Betreff: Re: [icinga-users] scheduled downtime question
>>
>> Wolfgang wrote:
>>> Am 09.02.2012 10:08, schrieb Andreas Schnederle-Wagner - Futureweb.at:
>>>> -----Ursprüngliche Nachricht-----
>>>> Von: Michael Friedrich [mailto:michael.friedrich at univie.ac.at]
>>>> Gesendet: Donnerstag, 09. Februar 2012 09:57
>>>> An: icinga-users at lists.sourceforge.net
>>>> Betreff: Re: [icinga-users] scheduled downtime question
>>>>
>>>>>> Andreas Schnederle-Wagner - Futureweb.at wrote:
>>>>>> Hi there,
>>>>>> got a little Question about scheduled downtimes.
>>>>>> Yesterday night we entered a flexible downtime on a few services 
>>>>>> for maintenance.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Today I checked the Icinga Status of those Services - everything 
>>>>>> looks fine except for one Service - in the "Service View" of 
>>>>>> Icinga Classic GUI there is a grey downtime sign which tells me 
>>>>>> "This host is currently in a period of scheduled downtime".
>>>>>> The Service with this sign is the only one which actually noticed 
>>>>>> the scheduled downtime - all other haven't set a "actual end" 
>>>>>> time
>>>>>> - so I guess the downtime was too short for them to notice.
>>>>>> But why does this single Service still show me the downtime sign?!?
>>>>>> (scheduled downtime start time was 09.02.2012 00:42; endtime:
>>>>>> 09.02.2010 02:42)
>>>>>> Hope someone can help me on this?
>>>>> for gui problems which are not describable in text prosa - screenshots.
>>>> Hi,
>>>>
>>>> Here is the Screenshot:
>>>> http://temp.in.futureweb.at/icinga/downtime1.jpg
>>>> Here some more information:
>>>> http://temp.in.futureweb.at/icinga/downtime2.jpg
>>>>
>>>> When I look into "System -->     Downtime" within Classic it won't show me anything.
>>>>
>>>> Andreas
>>>>
>>> Please check icinga.log for messages related to the start/end of the 
>>> downtimes.
>>> BTW: Which tool are you using for scheduling recurring downtimes as 
>>> the second screenshot doesn't show a familiar view
>> recurring? but yes, the view looks different to any guis i've seen so far.
>>
>


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