[Orca-users] Monitoring multiple hosts
rhfreeman at micron.com
rhfreeman at micron.com
Fri Jan 9 00:25:34 PST 2004
I see three servers called "ncuxw01" "qa-ncapp01" and "qa-ncdb01".
So it seems to be working? Although the data for the hosts isn't
updated, but I don't know if the collectors are running or not.
It is often good to use "refresh" a lot when debugging Orca problems
like this, browsers have a nasty habit of caching pages!
From: James Finn [mailto:james_e_finn at hotmail.com]
Sent: Thursday, January 08, 2004 5:52 PM
Subject: RE: [Orca-users] Monitoring multiple hosts
Try accessing this site so you can see what I'm talking about.
>From: rhfreeman at micron.com
>Subject: RE: [Orca-users] Monitoring multiple hosts
>Date: Thu, 8 Jan 2004 02:07:28 -0700
>I think what you want is:
>From: orca-users-bounces+rhfreeman=micron.com at orcaware.com
>[mailto:orca-users-bounces+rhfreeman=micron.com at orcaware.com] On Behalf
>Of James Finn
>Sent: Wednesday, January 07, 2004 8:41 PM
>To: orca-users at orcaware.com
>Subject: Re: [Orca-users] Monitoring multiple hosts
>Blair - thanks for the quick response but I was unsuccessful with some
>of my attempts at getting the hostname to appear on my web pages. Maybe
>part of my problem is the lack of knowledge or experience I have with
>Perl expressions. Let me present the problem in a different way.
>I have all of my data located in
>/opt/orca/var/orca/orcallator/ depnding on the machine. Here
>is what my "find_files" looks like. All of the files that exist in a
> directory start with the naming convention of
>Not sure if I am doing something wrong.
>James Finn wrote:
> > I have configured orcallator.se to run on a remote web server that
> > I want to monitor and it's collecting data just fine. I have copied
> > the data to my server that Orca runs on and displays the data via a
> > web page in Apace. My problem is this. How can I get the index.htm
> > page on my apache server that houses the orca data to display the
> > server name for different data collected? I would like for it to
> > look like the examples I have seen in the documentation. I have
> > looked in the orcallator.cfg file but I can't find anything in
> > there so any help would be appreciated.
> > Right now I'm only displaying one servers data in the web pages
> > and it currently shows a "." for the host name.
>The host name is picked up from the regular expression that matches
>the filename in the find_files configuration parameters, specifically
>the characters that are matched by a grouping in ()'s. So the default
>orcallator.cfg contains this:
>The hostname here is picked up from the (.*)
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