[icinga-users] icinga 1.xx distributed monitoring‏

Hans Scheffers hans.scheffers at outlook.com
Sat Aug 16 13:05:58 CEST 2014


Thx, found it :)

Hans Scheffers

AIX / Linux Systeembeheer


Date: Tue, 12 Aug 2014 16:56:44 +0200
From: michael.friedrich at netways.de
To: icinga-users at lists.icinga.org
Subject: Re: [icinga-users] icinga 1.xx distributed monitoring‏






Am 12.08.2014 16:42, schrieb Hans Scheffers:



Hi All



Just one small, hopefully quick question, that i couldn't find in the documentation (quickly):\



in the icinga 1.xx config we use _W_ERROR and _C_ERROR as variables to send to the notifcation strings. How do i port these tot icinga 2?



example:

define service{
  use                            generic-service
  host_name                host
  service_description   Partition on /
  _W_ERROR               098
  _C_ERROR                099
  check_command       check_nrpe!check_root
}




We need the _W_ERROR and _C_ERROR for our ticketsystem :)




Guess who added that to the documentation :-P



http://docs.icinga.org/icinga2/latest/doc/module/icinga2/toc#!/icinga2/latest/doc/module/icinga2/chapter/migration#manual-config-migration-hints-runtime-custom-attributes









Hans Scheffers

AIX / Linux Systeembeheer







Date: Tue, 12 Aug 2014 09:30:52 +0200

From: 
michael.friedrich at netways.de

To: 
icinga-users at lists.icinga.org

Subject: Re: [icinga-users] icinga 1.xx distributed monitoring‏



Am 12.08.2014 09:25, schrieb Hans Scheffers:



Hi Michael,



No specific reason why we run OpenSuse on prod server, it has been that way a long time here :)
By  the two partitions i meant we have two IBM P7's that both have a linux partition aside from the aix partitions running on it.. Has someone already tried to run icinga on aix? ;)




Carlos tested it a while ago. It works in a similar fashion as on other unices like Solaris 11, OpenBSD, etc given that you've installed boost in a decent (>= 1.41) version as well as openssl. See INSTALL for further requirements.










I will start converting icinga 1.10 -> icinga 2... but will take some time... ;)




Hans Scheffers

AIX / Linux Systeembeheer







Date: Mon, 11 Aug 2014 16:13:13 +0200

From: 
michael.friedrich at netways.de

To: 
icinga-users at lists.icinga.org

Subject: Re: [icinga-users] icinga 1.xx distributed monitoring‏



Am 11.08.2014 13:54, schrieb Hans Scheffers:



Hi,





We are running icinga 1.10.2 (on ppc, no newer packages are yet released for ppc) on OpenSuse 13.1




Any specific reason to use OpenSUSE on a prod server?






I have to linux partitions, that are able to do the cehcks on our computers, 




I don't understand the meaning of that.






and at the moment, the primary server does 7500 service checks on 306 servers. Although the latency is low (0.2s for service checks), i would like to make a distributed monitoring system where the
 primary server does the checks on the production site, and the secondary does the DRS.





I started with 25 servers / 600 checks on the secondairy server at the DRS and send_nsca, but after 30 minutes, the latency on the secondairy server begin to grow, due to send_nsca sending all check_results
 to the central server per check.




Common (performance) problem, inherited from the Nagios architecture in Icinga 1.x










I googled a bit and stumbled on ocsp sweeper, OCP daemon and nagixsc, but they are all somewhat older from releases.







Workarounds in the end. One of those reasons for Icinga 2 as rewrite from scratch.








As i can't easily switch to icinga2 at the moment (a lot of checks are custom made and have to be tested first under icinga2),





I would definitely go that direction, no matter what.





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GF: Julian Hein, Bernd Erk | AG Nuernberg HRB18461

http://www.netways.de |
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** Open Source Backup Conference 2014 - September - osbconf.org ** 

** Puppet Camp Duesseldorf 2014 - Oktober - netways.de/puppetcamp ** 

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** OpenNebula Conf 2014 - Dezember - opennebulaconf.com ** 

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Tel: +49 911 92885-0 | Fax: +49 911 92885-77

GF: Julian Hein, Bernd Erk | AG Nuernberg HRB18461

http://www.netways.de | Michael.Friedrich at netways.de



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