[icinga-users] host alive check command and master/satellites
Antony.Stone at icinga.open.source.it
Fri Jan 20 11:33:00 CET 2017
On Friday 20 January 2017 at 10:00:28, Joosten, Markus wrote:
> On 2017-01-19 13:49, Mathieu Arnold wrote:
> > So, I am wondering, how do I get the host's check_command to be run not
> > on the satellite but on the master ?
> I guess you want to implement an external check to see if your satellite
> hosts are up and reachable from the master?
> How I understood what you are trying to implement, this is not possible.
> You have a host which belongs to a zone which belongs to one or more
> All commands for objects in that zone can only be executed by endpoints
> in that zone.
> I have solved this issue by also having my satellite hosts in my master
> zone (with a reduced amount of services of course).
Would you care to expand on that?
How do you get one host to be in more than one zone (since I assume your
satellite hosts exist in their own satellite zone, hence your use of "also"
I was under the impression that one EndPoint existed in only one Zone, and
(unless you have an HA setup) one Zone contains only one EndPoint; further,
each Host belongs to one Zone (although obviously one Zone can contain
> Also, I recommend you have a look at the "cluster" and "cluster-zone"
> commands, which check the icinga2 connectivity between master and
> satellites, I would use this as host alive check command instead of SSH,
> if you are interested in monitoring the availability of your satellites
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