[TriLUG] NAGIOS Availbility Query
anurodh78 at gmail.com
Tue Sep 7 00:07:03 EDT 2010
That's the answer to my query. I have NAGIOS box already running. Just to
have a experts views, I posted it. Thanks for nagios.org link suggestion.
Worth reading your reply.
On Mon, Sep 6, 2010 at 4:25 AM, Chris Knowles <cknowles2112 at gmail.com>wrote:
> OK, longtime Nagios user here, finally catching up on the email.
> If you have scheduled downtime in Nagios, the host/service is still checked
> for status, the only difference is that any outage is marked in the logs as
> being scheduled, and no notifications are sent out during the SDT.
> However, if there is an outage, it is an *outage*, and thus is definitely
> not uptime. The availability report has a section under each of the 4
> states (OK, WARNING, UNKNOWN, and CRITICAL) for "Scheduled", which is the
> time that the host/service spent in a scheduled downtime period in that
> state. Thus, the outage will still be marked as a CRITICAL, in that the
> host/service is down, but the report will break it out that that was a
> scheduled outage, and so makes it easier for you to play with the data to
> show what you want.
> Note that the CRITICAL state won't be for the entire period of the SDT,
> for the actual outage period within the SDT.
> So, for your example, assuming that the SDT you mention is actual outage
> occuring during the SDT window, it would show, 99% "OK" and 1% "CRITICAL"
> which would br broken down to 0.1% "Unscheduled CRITICAL" and 0.9%
> "Scheduled CRITICAL"
> Of course, as others have mentioned, all of this is apparent with a
> relatively short amount of perusal of the manual and some minor
> experimentation in the system.
> I also recommend the Nagios mailing lists, wiki and other resources
> available under the http://nagios.org community support section.
> On Thu, Sep 2, 2010 at 3:35 AM, Vaibhav Mishra <anurodh78 at gmail.com>
> > Hello Genius,
> > I have a question about NAGIOS availability versus Scheduled Downtime
> > (SDT).
> > How does NAGIOS deal Schedule downtime? Wether it takes SDT as
> > or as down.?
> > To understand in more general term, if my Host uptime is 99%, 00.90% SDT
> > and
> > 00.10 is downtime due to any breakdown. What would be my Availability
> > report
> > will be like. Will it show that Uptime was 99.90% or Downtime was 1%
> > + 00.10)?
> > Many thanks in advance.
> > Vaibhav Mishra
> > SysAdmin
> > anurodh78 at gmail.com
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