[OpenAFS-announce] afs-monitor 2.2 released
Thu, 03 Mar 2011 18:51:10 -0800
I'm pleased to announce release 2.2 of afs-monitor.
afs-monitor provides Nagios-compatible probe scripts that can be used to
monitor AFS servers. It contains five scripts: check_afs_quotas, which
monitors AFS volumes for quota usage; check_afs_space, which monitors file
server partitions for disk usage; check_afs_bos, which monitors any
bosserver-managed set of processes for problems reported by bos;
check_afs_rxdebug, which monitors AFS fileservers for connections waiting
for a thread; and check_afs_udebug, which monitors Ubik services (such as
vlserver and ptserver) for replication and quorum problems.
Changes from previous release:
Add a -d flag to check_afs_space that prints out Nagios performance
data for the percent usage of each partition checked. Based on a
patch by Breandan Dezendorf.
Correctly handle partitions containing no read/write volumes in
check_afs_quotas. Thanks, Daniel Scott.
The vos binary is installed in sbin by the Red Hat packages and the
default upstream installation rules, so check in sbin as well as bin.
Patch from Daniel Scott. Also fall back, for all AFS binaries, to
using PATH if the binary can't be found in known locations.
Correctly handle checking quota of volumes with unlimited quota
without a division by zero error. Patch from Erik Dal=C3=A9n.
You can download it from:
This package is maintained using Git; see the instructions on the above
page to access the Git repository.
Debian packages are available from my personal repository.
Please let me know of any problems or feature requests not already listed
in the TODO file.
Russ Allbery (email@example.com) <http://www.eyrie.org/~eagle/>