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  • Zenoss Community - Open Source Network Monitoring and Systems Management
    v5 09 Resolved Zenoss Core 5 opt serviced images not creating with v5 09 After installing repo for Zenoss I start serviced and zenoss mastertest98 dev cloud com serviced 2535 I1218 20 29 36 555679 02535 manager go 233 Looking for image zenoss serviced isvcs v27 2 in tar opt serviced images zenoss serviced isvcs v27 2 tar gz Dec 18 20 29 36 zenoss mastertest98 dev cloud com serviced

    Original URL path: http://www.zenoss.org/forum/136761 (2016-01-08)
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  • Zenoss Community - Open Source Network Monitoring and Systems Management
    Unix Logins Not Properly Created During the Install I installed Zenoss Core 5 in two environments and when I login to each server I see numeric logins assigned to Zenoss related processes running 102 zookeeper 106 hbase 1203 rabbitmq 1337 zenoss processes 27 mysql processes There is nothing in the install documentation that tells me to configure these logins The installation runs as root and there is mention to configure a user to access Zenoss but nothing more We need to ensure that the logins are added properly with usernames to etc passwd or LDAP What is recommended to ensure these logins are created properly during the installation Thanks Ken Top Log in to post comments Fri 12 18 2015 12 59 2 Trelane Offline Last seen 6 hours 35 min ago Joined 12 28 2013 12 43 Posts 971 Ken Ken Are these in the containers or in the host OS Hi I m Andrew Kirch the Community Manager at Zenoss Top Log in to post comments Fri 12 18 2015 13 55 Reply to 2 3 Jenkinsk007 Offline Last seen 4 hours 9 min ago Joined 12 14 2014 19 09 Posts 152 Host OS The ID s

    Original URL path: http://www.zenoss.org/forum/136571 (2016-01-08)
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  • Zenoss Community - Open Source Network Monitoring and Systems Management
    you give the possibility to a user to change the device state pre production maintenance production etc without having to give an administration profile to this user This user only needs to change the state when we are onboarding new customer We do not want to give him full admin rights Regards Dan Top Log in to post comments Tue 12 15 2015 13 10 2 Trelane Offline Last seen

    Original URL path: http://www.zenoss.org/forum/136566 (2016-01-08)
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  • Zenoss Community - Open Source Network Monitoring and Systems Management
    datasource menu using Test Against a Device buttom Zenoss seems removing any format i try to give to it like exmaple below test null I guess Zenoss is doing it intentionally i m right if yes is there any way to avoid it Thanks in advance Top Log in to post comments Tue 06 09 2015 04 15 2 Jan garaj Offline Last seen 4 hours 24 sec ago Joined 04 20 2014 16 23 Posts 380 Output is always the same Output is always the same But you need special html tag br for new line in html output Standard line break n it s not enough for html but it s enough for command line You can raise a feature request for this one See Grafana 2 for Zenoss 5 Zenoss 4 soon Contact Devops Monitoring zExpert for paid Zenoss support www jangaraj com Top Log in to post comments Tue 06 09 2015 07 15 Reply to 2 3 Snebel29 Offline Last seen 4 weeks 1 day ago Joined 06 07 2015 16 37 Posts 3 Ah what stupid it was Ah what stupid it was obviuously zenoss output is html code i think i can customize

    Original URL path: http://www.zenoss.org/forum/9426 (2016-01-08)
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  • Zenoss Community - Open Source Network Monitoring and Systems Management
    collector port 8091 and one of its methods is render which serves up RRD graphs with URLS like this h t t p collector 8091 render width 500 amp gopts RRD OPTIONS amp drange 129600 Today I was hoping to obtain values from RRD files via the zenrender service Since I run distributed collectors using a web interface was much more useful than hitting the rrd files directly The help page for the zenrender service see http collector 8091 suggests there is a method called currentValues which takes the path name of an RRD file in a parameter called paths So I would expect the URL for that to look like this h t t p collector 8091 currentValues paths opt zenoss perf devices FOO sysUpTime sysUpTime rrd Under no circumstances could I get that to work Even putting zenrender in debug mode showed that a URL like that was parsed strangely each character of the path name handled individually If anyone knows how to make that work directly I d appreciate knowing But pushing on to find a method that DID work the Goog showed me there was a method called getRRDValue like this h t t p zenbase 8080 zport dmd Devices Server Windows devices FOO getRRDValue dsname sysUpTime sysUpTime tcpdump shows how that interacts with zenrender service It posts to an XML RPC interpreter and uses the zenrender method summary POST RPC2 HTTP 1 1 User Agent curl 7 19 7 x86 64 redhat linux gnu libcurl 7 19 7 NSS 3 14 0 0 zlib 1 2 3 libidn 1 18 libssh2 1 4 2 Host collector 8091 Accept Content Type text xml Content Length 575 xml version 1 0 methodCall methodName summary methodName params param value array data value string DEF sysUpTime sysUpTime r opt

    Original URL path: http://www.zenoss.org/forum/3316 (2016-01-08)
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  • Zenoss Community - Open Source Network Monitoring and Systems Management
    but with no success I would like to collect the SNMP data about switches and other devices but I would like to send notifications only for the ping monitoring Is that possible The outcome of this would be to have a historical data about performance availability while being notified only if device is not pingable Any additional notifications proved to be overwhelmed and overloading in my current scenario Thanks for

    Original URL path: http://www.zenoss.org/forum/3211 (2016-01-08)
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  • Zenoss Community - Open Source Network Monitoring and Systems Management
    23 2014 12 35 1 Gmatteson Offline Last seen 1 year 2 months ago Joined 07 11 2014 16 05 Posts 2 Templates How would I bind the Ping template to other Groups or Devices I want to be able to add the Monitoring Template Ping to the Domain Controllers device group Thank you Top Log in to post comments Thu 10 02 2014 15 18 2 Jstanley Offline Last

    Original URL path: http://www.zenoss.org/forum/2151 (2016-01-08)
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  • Zenoss Community - Open Source Network Monitoring and Systems Management
    an application for a specific user ID 3 The display should include a color status green started red stopped yellow crashed for a logical collection of servers a single server and each application For each application details about the status PID start time etc would be displayed along with the option to start or stop it if they are in a specified LDAP Active Directory group I haven t seen any screen shots that would work for the display and figure it would need to be heavily customized Is this possible and well documented I welcome any input Top Log in to post comments Mon 03 17 2014 09 19 2 Rmatte Offline Last seen 5 months 2 weeks ago Joined 03 04 2014 12 29 Posts 16 Possible but would require customization to do what you want Zenoss out of the box process monitoring consists of defining rules for what processes you want to monitor based on regex statements Once those rules are in place it auto discovers processes running on all devices and monitors them It does not however keep track of pids It does keep track of the status of processes as well as how many of each are running the amount of CPU and the amount of memory consumed by each of them It also knows whether they are running or not and generates an alert if the process fails It also has Windows Services monitoring support available that does much the same thing but for windows services There is a trigger system in Zenoss where you can tell it to run commands when it sees a certain event and can pass properties from the event to the command You can make use of things like winexe or ps tools on linux to restart windows processes

    Original URL path: http://www.zenoss.org/forum/646 (2016-01-08)
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