[omd-users] Local checks

John Zimmerman john.zimm at gmail.com
Sun Jan 31 17:32:27 CET 2016


The "classical" checks won't show up with an inventory.  You'll need to configure a classical check (under the active checks section in WATO).  In this check rule you'll assign it to be executed against specific hosts ( or other criteria). It will then show up as a service on the hosts it was configured for.  

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On January 31, 2016 at 1:15:18 AM PST, Gurra888-HOTMAIL <gurra888 at hotmail.com> wrote:Hi.     I have a OMD 1.2 system with approx. 90 hosts (including servers & switches) and a total of aprrox. 1000 services, (everything is configured in Nagios and Nagvis), and it works excellent.     Now i’m trying to install a new OMD 1.3 system on a different server (with exaxtly the same host, switches, & service checks), where everything should be configured in check_mk.     Configuring servers, switches etc. works fine, but i’m also trying to install the HP Array Monitoring program ”hpacucli” in check_mk.     Using this in Nagios requires the program ”check_cciss-1.12”  to be excuted on the target host,  and that the program ”utils.sh” must be in the same directory as ”check_cciss-1.12”.     The check_mk manual for local checks states that locallly executed programs  should be placed in /usr/lib/check_mk_agent/local on the target host.     I’ve done that (both ”check_cciss_1.12” and ”utils.sh” are in the /local directory, but running an inventory on the OMD host does not include the service check. What is missing ?? Any ideas what i,m doing wrong ??     /GE            _______________________________________________ omd-users mailing list omd-users at lists.mathias-kettner.de http://lists.mathias-kettner.de/mailman/listinfo/omd-users     
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