[mrtg] Re: H2 detect when MRTG is down on WinNT ?
cpt at mnsi.net
Thu Oct 28 19:33:45 MEST 1999
I know there is a utility called Servers Alive that monitors NT services.
Now it depends what you use to run MRTG, in my case I use the mrtg service
utility. Anyway, you can set it to page or email when a servvice is down.
The rate at which it checks the services/servers can be changed. I
personally haven't been able to get it to send an email successfully, I'm
just trying out the demo. Also it can send messages to a syslog daemon.
From: Fabien Lebargy <flebargy at capgemini.fr>
To: mrtg at list.ee.ethz.ch <mrtg at list.ee.ethz.ch>
Date: Thursday, October 28, 1999 1:04 PM
Subject: [mrtg] H2 detect when MRTG is down on WinNT ?
>I would like to know how to determine when MRTG is "down" on my Windows NT
computer in order to restart this one as soon as possible and not three days
>Did someone wrote a script ?
>Thanking you in advance,
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