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Old 09-23-2004, 12:09 PM   #1
notque
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Nagios Monitoring listing odd warning.


Using Nagios on Advanced Server 3 box, mounting on top of a dir, then mounting onto one of the dirs created from that mount.

Nagios lists 1kb free (100%) on the initial mount point.

Any nagios users have ideas? This is actually going on with all 3 AS 3 servers I just installed, and not going on with RH8.
 
Old 09-23-2004, 01:20 PM   #2
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What is your output of df and how exactly do you have this setup?

You have a mount point say for example:

/mount/point1

and then you created another mount point within the point1 directory? Afterwards nagios is stating /mount/point1 is 1kb free?

If that's the case, why have a directory mounted when all your going to do is mount another directory within it?

Just create the directory in whatever directory you already have it in and then create the new mount point, etc.


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Old 09-23-2004, 03:02 PM   #3
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Originally posted by trickykid
What is your output of df and how exactly do you have this setup?

You have a mount point say for example:

/mount/point1

and then you created another mount point within the point1 directory? Afterwards nagios is stating /mount/point1 is 1kb free?

If that's the case, why have a directory mounted when all your going to do is mount another directory within it?

Just create the directory in whatever directory you already have it in and then create the new mount point, etc.
DF looks entirely normal.

Okay, /mount/point1

So i'm mounting at /mount/point1 which ends up creating a new dir which I mount the next point too.

We do this for convience so that the developers just go to one directory, which was the first mount. The second was added from a different server with additional utilites.

We do this fine on redhat8 boxes. This is our standard setup. Afterwards nagios (which df doesn't say) says that there's 1kb, period.

Not free. PERIOD. 1 kb, and 100% of that 1 kb free, at /mount/point1

DF shows the real stats on the mount.

I'll test by seperating the mount points, but i'd still like to do it this way if possible. It works fine on other systems.
 
  


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