[Gluster-users] SNMP monitoring

Gene Liverman gliverma at westga.edu
Mon Nov 10 17:13:59 UTC 2014

I'd like to second this request for suggestions. I'm not as far along so I
need to do some operational monitoring too still. Unlike Paul, I don't use
Nagios but instead use Zabbix. Any and all tips would be appreciated.

Gene Liverman
Systems Administrator
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University of West Georgia
gliverma at westga.edu

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On Nov 10, 2014 11:58 AM, "Osborne, Paul (paul.osborne at canterbury.ac.uk)" <
paul.osborne at canterbury.ac.uk> wrote:

> Hi,
> I have a feeling that this may have been chewed over before, so apologies
> if that is the case.
> I would like to do some SNMP monitoring of the gluster cluster that I now
> have operational for performance, usage etc specifically for trend analysis
> rather than operational monitoring which I already have in place with
> Nagios. Disk usage is relatively easy via the Linux SNMP queries anyway -
> however GFS performance, failover etc are somewhat non-obvious to me.
> Also management like shiny graphs...
> Some reading and googling reveal a couple of projects on GitHub that may
> be doing what I need, however rather than just try what could be random
> code, is there anything that the users here can recommend?
> Thanks
> Paul
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