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A monitoring solution should always help in bad situations and provide a useful overview of your system health status. Service availability monitors are especially handy to ensure that all services are running on the correct machines.

In past, I have run into an problem which was more of an issue...

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What happens when there are broken disks and degraded RAID volumes and nobody knows about them? Monitoring disks and RAID volumes is a fundamental part of rolling out a monitoring solution.

Unfortunately, manufactures for RAID controllers create their own tooling, which makes it difficult to moni...

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Network Attached Storage devices are very popular in small or medium offices or at home to store and share data.

Synology is one of the manufactures who build their devices with SNMP support to provide monitoring and managment capabilities. This makes it very easy to let OpenNMS keep an eye on yo...

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As soon you provide more than a handful of services monitoring and centralized logging becomes essential. Especially when you run the Net-SNMP daemon with Docker you will notice your logs get spamed with some messages like Cannot statfs /run/docker/netns/...: Permission denied everytime you query...

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Process Monitoring with SNMP

09, May Marcel Fuhrmann, Ronny Trommer

Monitoring processes that don't provide network services is a default use case in network monitoring. Because they aren't providing network services, black box testing won't work- you need an agent on your system providing an inside view of your operating system. The Net-SNMP agent is easy to instal...

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