DSW have just completed a large installation and configuration of Cacti & Nagios for one of their clients
Here is a list of some of the Hardware and Software used
- RHEL 6 – RedHat Enterprise Linux on a vSphere Virtual Machine (vCenter & ESXi 4.1)
- Nagios Core v3.3.1 – Monitoring and Alerting
- snmptt – SNMP trap daemon configured to pass selected traps into Nagios via the Nagios command file
- Various Nagios plugins to connect to MSSQL & Informix databases
- NRPE – Nagios client for Linux
- NSClient++ v0.3.9 – Nagios client for Windows servers
- FoxBox G20 – SMS gateway
- Websensor EM01b – Temperature/Humidity/Illumination sensor
- Cacti v0.8.7g – Performance monitoring
DSW are currently running an IT Strategy Review for one of their customers.
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I had the situation whereby a server had two dns servers configured and both of these dns servers had the dns zone installed as secondary. So how did the server update/register it’s forward and reverse lookup dns records? This page will help you understand what happens.
After further testing and checking, I have updated my page on how to setup the permissions on Raw Disks for use with Informix. This was tested on RHEL 6 running IDS 11.70.FC2
New Hardware Howto added to solve the “No Op ROM Space” error on IBM System x servers.
IBM x3690 – No OP ROM Space
DSW is currently designing and building a new vSphere 4.1 environment for one of their customers. They currently only run a couple of ESXi servers so this is their first step into virtualisation in their production environment.