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Re: [snips-users] FIXED - hostmon-collector on Solaris 2.5.1failing (hostmon DataAge reaches OldCrit)
Is there an ETA as to when this beta will be available off the website? BTW, this problem is appearing on Solaris 8 as well. -R. On 10/30/01 4:03 AM, "Russell Van Tassell" <russell at loosenut com> wrote: > > Happy to say that I had a sideline conversation with Vikas and this > would appear to be "fixed" in the new beta; at least it is behaving > closer to something I think is "fixable" and, at least, values have > been populated as I'd expect. I am still not quite sure about the > SNMP piece of it, however (but will work on it tomorrow). > > One piece that seems to be a problem (at least with netconsole/snipstv) > are the overly long device values. Specifically, I'm talking about > things like somemailrelay.somedomain.com for MailQDest variables within > hostmon. However, I'll hook up the web frontend tomorrow morning and > see what comes out of that, instead. > > Oh yeah... the "disk space" thresholds still seem to be of issues... > like the current warning... (split across multiple lines for read- > ability) > > > Device Address Date Time +- Sender -+ > /export+enchost enchost 10/30 00:45 hostmon > > +-- Variable --+ +-Value-+ +-Thres-+ Units Flags State > DFspace_%used 92 101 %full 002 Warning > > > Thanks again Vikas! > > Russell > > > On Mon, Oct 29, 2001 at 02:58:15PM -0800, Russell Van Tassell wrote: >> >> For some weird reason, would seem as though the hostmon-collector is >> failing on Solaris 2.5.1 with no real errors... the "DataAge" from >> hostmon comes through, so I'm assuming that's working fine (ie. the >> problem isn't in "hostmon" itself; it's not getting any data to process >> from the collector). >> >> [...] >> >> Help?!? >> >> Russell >> >> >> -- >> Russell M. Van Tassell >> russell at loosenut com >> >> Fights between cats and dogs are prohibited by statute in Barber, North >> Carolina.