[omd-users] log_initial_states impact in a dynamic monitoring environment
lm at mathias-kettner.de
Tue Jan 22 11:36:42 CET 2013
there are two options for us: restarting or reloading the nagios
process. But there are no differences related to the initial states
logging. Seems we have no real chance to change this behavior.
On 01/16/2013 02:05 PM, Michael Van Wesenbeeck wrote:
> Hello list.
> As my first post to the list, I'ld like to thank mathias and others for creating such an awesome product.
> My actual question is about the log_initial_states config variable.
> We are monitoring a cloud platform with lots of resources (and thus checks) being added and removed.
> To add and remove the checks we use the .mk files in the ~/var/check_mk/autochecks/ directory, but we need to reload nagios to make it read the altered configurations.
> We alter the .mk files because we rather not put a "cmk -IIu --checks=xxx HOST" in a script as this would remove checks for services that are unknown at the moment when we want to explicitly remove a particular service.
> I've seen that every reload also logs the initial states.
> I'm a bit worried about performance of SLA (statehist) functionality after a while when lot's of reloads are done.
> I was wondering if there are other ways of adding services without logging the initial states. I was looking at the external commands that can be sent to the nagios command pipe for an "ADD_SERVICE" or similar, but I don't think it can be done.
> If it were possible to add a service in that way, I could have the nagios config rebuilt anyway so that the service is in the config for when a real reload or restart is needed.
> Thanks in advance to shed some light on this.
> Kind regards,
> Michael Van Wesenbeeck
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