[Nagiosplug-help] Check Services on a MS SQL Cluster

Tom DE BLENDE Tom.DeBlende at dhl.com
Tue May 6 04:43:04 CEST 2003

Why don't you just check the SQL service on the virtual host name 
instead of the real node name? That's what I do.

Or even better, use the check_mssql.sh script I've put up and will be 
published in the contrib one of these days. Then you will be making a 
SQL connection to the actual SQL server.

Weber, Ralf wrote:
> Hi,
> I have to check services on a MS SQL Cluster (W2K Advanced Server).
> At the moment i check the sqlserver service on ervery cluster node, but
> only one cluster node could be okay and the other is critical.
> Is it possible to define dependencies of the services describes in the following
> picture?
>   Node 1 ->  SQL Service OK    -> Node 2 -> No check of SQL Service needed, because no notification if service on node 2 is critical
>   Node 1 -> SQL Service Critical   -> Node 2 -> SQL Service must be checked and OK, else notify
> Is something like this possible?
> Did someone something else and tell how?
> Please help!!
> Ralf Weber
> mailto:ralf.weber at brd.nrw.de
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