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  • This is great! Thanks I've done a quick test of this by updating my transform to fire this modeler code off when it updates the numeric status data on the component and it sucessfully runs the modeler and grabs the status string and updates the component ...

  • Hello, I have a brand new Zenoss 5.2.6 Core installation and I'm following the below page in order to configure LDAP/AD authentication: http://wiki.zenoss.org/Enabling_LDAP_Authentication_in_Zenoss_Core_5 I can get all of the way through until I reach ...

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    RE: WMI and SMBv1

    We found a solution:  The problem came from the "WMI Windows Monitor zenpack". Using the "Microsoft Windows" zenpack instead solved our problem. ------------------------------ infra structure ------------------------------

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    Zenoss 5 behind Apache

    I am looking to setup Zenoss 5 web UI behind a Apache proxy. Basically: https://internal-domain-name.net/zenoss will access the Zenoss 5 web UI Been playing around with the apache config, but I keep getting redirected to port 8080 ------------------------------ ...

  • Thanks Jane.  those are specific to syslogs, we want to monitor application logs on the certain Unix servers and trying to find if we have a solution. ------------------------------ Koushik Ramanujam Consultant Schaumburg IL ------------------------------

  • I have tried a wee test of this.  As you say, the performance hit on running the transform may not be nice.  However, I have this working as a transform: from subprocess import Popen,PIPE import os zenhome = os.environ['ZENHOME'] cmdparts = [zenhome ...

  • Why do you want to use ssh?  You can simply configure a syslog host to forward events - filtered if you wish - to Zenoss.  The zensyslog daemon then processes them and creates events from them.  Many common syslog events are already provided as standard ...

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  • Has anyone monitored Unix/Linux Syslog / App logs using SSH? is there Monitoring templates like the Windows Event log to monitor Unix/Linux system/Application logs. ------------------------------ Koushik Ramanujam Consultant W.W. Grainger Inc Schaumburg ...

  • Thanks for the suggestions / clarification that it's not something obvious I have missed. Unfortunately, they are not a discrete set of strings, or at least the set of strings is not known to me. I did find a bit of old zenpack code in our zenoss instance, ...

  • Has anyone done this and tried adding a threshold?  I have configured thresholds on zenperfsnmp.dataPoints and on zenpython.dataPoints.  I see threshold events for the zenperfsnmp one but not for zenpython - and the datapoint values definitely indicate ...

  • If the values possible in the status string are a list of known strings you could apply some mapping logic to turn it into a number (easier said than done) "Unknown": 0 "Known Reason String 1": 1 "Known Reason String 2": 2 Assuming that's true, a rough ...

  • You can find the type of each datapoint in the ZenPack in service_definition/service.json (with apologies for formatting - cant work out how to include code blocks in the forum): "MonitoringProfile": { "MetricConfigs": [ { "ID": "zenpython", "Name": ...

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