[Nagiosplug-help] check_nt - Windows Cluster Virtual Server ; breaks Exchange
Zander.Strachan at tq.com.au
Mon May 5 21:44:07 CEST 2003
After reading the post by Jeremy; has anyone else experienced this problem ?
I would like to check on diskspace (using check_nt) on the drives that move with the Exchange Service but unfortunately there is no test platform.
Ideally I want to associate these drives with the virtual name for the exchange server.
> From: Jeremy Russell
> Subject: RE: [Nagios-users] AD Checks
>Ya, Im using that too.
>One piece of advice though... Don't ever use check_nt on an Cluster Virtual Server. It kept freaking our Exchange Cluster out and bringing it completely down, it wouldn't even fail over, took two weeks to figure out it was >our Monitoring software (ironic :/). It was my fault for just putting the hostgroup in (contained the two servers and the virtual server) instead of just the two servers... DOH! So, I'm probably the only one dumb enough to >>do that. J
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