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Re: Per application stats in mmonit?

From: Martin Pala
Subject: Re: Per application stats in mmonit?
Date: Thu, 15 May 2014 21:16:42 +0200


you can set the whole host to "Ignored" state in Host Admin ("Ignored" state 
can be used for example during planned maintenance to suppress events from the 
given host) ... the host will still send the data and analytics + status will 
be visible, but any event will be dropped. This setting is per host however 
(not per service).


On 15 May 2014, at 18:40, Sean Penticoff <address@hidden> wrote:

> Hi, I've asked about this before but didn't get a working answer. We have 
> several user processes we monitor because we want to mine the cpu and memory 
> stats.  We don't really care if the process is running or not running but 
> doing things in this way makes the summary dashboard for M/Monit  useless 
> because of all the alerts that these processes are not running or have 
> started or stopped.
> Our basic config for doing this looks like this
> check process downsampler
>    matching "downsampler"
>    mode passive
>    group processing
>    if cpu is greater than 90% for 5 cycles then alert
>    if memory is greater than 90% for 5 cycles then alert
> Is there a way to get monit or m/monit to ONLY alert/log an event for defined 
> conditions or to ignore certain groups?
> I'd really just like to get them to stop popping up in Active errors and 
> warnings everytime a process stops or isn't running as it really gets in the 
> way of catching more serious problems like file system full.
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