poweredge hardware monitoring
nikster at antivir.de
Wed Mar 2 03:17:05 CST 2005
Lewis Getschel wrote:
> Hello All-
> I'm new to this list (I've been lurking a week or so now <smirk>)
> Another alternative for monitoring systems is a monitoring program
> called Nagios (www.nagios.org). (Although, if you only have a few
> systems, this could be overkill)
> There is a pretty steep learning curve, but it is a great system. I'm
> using it to monitor a mixed environment of windows and linux. 512
> poweredge 1550's (yeah, they're old, but still work), 17 2650's, (the
> 2650's each have 4 powervault 220s), 400+ linux boxes plus assorted
> switches,routers, printers etc. Short scripts called 'plugins' expand
> it's functionality. (I wrote one so that I can now monitor each of the
> individual drives in all the powervaults on my windows 2k servers (68
> vaults) , and get notified when one PV 'decides' to change a drive
> from 'online' to 'ready' and rebuilds itself, I'm still working on a
> linux version though).
> Just my 2 cents.
> pzero wrote:
>> I have a few PowerEdge servers (1650, 1655MC, 1850, 2550, etc.)
>> running Red Hat Enterprise Linux 3 and Windows 2000 Server.
>> What would be the best way to monitor the hardware status (e.g. raid
>> array status, ecc.) and be automatically notified by email if there
>> is a problem?
>> Linux-PowerEdge mailing list
>> Linux-PowerEdge at dell.com
>> Please read the FAQ at http://lists.us.dell.com/faq
Nagios is pretty cool, I use it too.
But the configuration is a b...., I've heard about a tool named zabbix
The configuration seems to be easy and it seems to be effective too.
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