mon virtualserver.alert UPALERT issue

Neamtu Dan dlxneamtu at yahoo.com
Wed Mar 22 16:30:16 GMT 2006


Hello, I'm back with a strange virtualserver.alert issue. I tried with a ftp.monitor and a http.monitor (telnet.monitor gave me an error like: 192.168.82.20: did not get prompt: pattern match timed-out). I ran mon and I have no mail until I unplug the computer. It gives me an Alert and virtualserver.alert removes the service from the ipvsadm table, so everything is fine until here. But when I plug the server back in, although I get the expecte UPALERT, it doesn't add the service in the ipvsadm table. After the UPALERT mail I do not get any other mail. Maybe I did something wrong in the mon.cf, here is the listing:
 
 alertdir   = /usr/lib/mon/alert.d/ 
 mondir     = /usr/lib/mon/mon.d/ 
 #mon wants writes to a state file, or else will fill your syslog file with complaints. 
 #The default statedir is the same as the alertdir (or basedir) 
 #However I don't want anything writing to /usr so put it in the log file directory.
 #you need to touch files 'opstatus' and 'disabled' in statedir, or mon will complain about not being able to open statedir #files. 
 statedir     = /var/adm/ 
 #maxprocs    = 20
 histlength = 100
 #delay before starting
 #randstart = 60s
 
 #------
 hostgroup LVS1 192.168.82.20 
 
 watch LVS1 
 #the string/text following service (to OEL) is put in header of mail messages
 #service "ftp on LVS1 192.168.82.20" 
 service http
     interval 15s 
     monitor http.monitor 
     allow_empty_group 
     period wd {Sun-Sat} 
     #numalerts 2 
     #alertevery 1h 
         alert mail.alert root 
         upalert mail.alert root
         alert test.alert
         upalert test.alert
         #-V is virtual service, -R is remote service, -P is protocol, -A is add/delete (t|u)
         alert virtualserver.alert -A -d -P -t -V 192.168.82.100:80 -R 192.168.82.20 
         upalert virtualserver.alert -A -a -P -t -V 192.168.82.100:80 -R 192.168.82.20 -T -q -w 1
 
 #the line above must be blank
 
 here is some listing from test.alert.log:
 
 Wed Mar 22 17:44:49 EET 2006 -s ftp -g LVS1 -h 192.168.82.20 -t 1143042289  ---here I unplug the server
 Wed Mar 22 17:44:54 EET 2006 -s ftp -g LVS1 -h 192.168.82.20 -t 1143042294
 Wed Mar 22 17:44:59 EET 2006 -s ftp -g LVS1 -h 192.168.82.20 -t 1143042299
 Wed Mar 22 17:45:12 EET 2006 -s ftp -g LVS1 -h 192.168.82.20 -t 1143042312
 Wed Mar 22 17:45:26 EET 2006 -s ftp -g LVS1 -h 192.168.82.20 -t 1143042326
 Wed Mar 22 17:45:39 EET 2006 -s ftp -g LVS1 -h 192.168.82.20 -t 1143042339 -u   ---here I plug it back, so it looks good,as                                                I have the -u
 
 some mail listing:
 
 From root at localhost.localdomain  Wed Mar 22 17:44:49 2006
 Return-Path: <root at localhost.localdomain>
 Received: from localhost.localdomain (Fedora [127.0.0.1])
     by localhost.localdomain (8.13.4/8.13.4) with ESMTP id k2MFim29007166
     for <root at localhost.localdomain>; Wed, 22 Mar 2006 17:44:48 +0200
 Received: (from root at localhost)
     by localhost.localdomain (8.13.4/8.13.4/Submit) id k2MFimn2007165;
     Wed, 22 Mar 2006 17:44:48 +0200
 Date: Wed, 22 Mar 2006 17:44:48 +0200
 From: root <root at localhost.localdomain>
 Message-Id: <200603221544.k2MFimn2007165 at localhost.localdomain>
 To: root at localhost.localdomain
 Subject: ALERT LVS1/ftp: 192.168.82.20 (Wed Mar 22 17:44:48)
 X-Mailer: /usr/lib/mon/alert.d/mail.alert
 
 Summary output          : 192.168.82.20
 
 Group                 : LVS1
 Service               : ftp
 Time noticed          : Wed Mar 22 17:44:48 2006
 Secs until next alert : 
 Members           : 192.168.82.20
 
 Detailed text (if any) follows:
 -------------------------------
 HOST 192.168.82.20: connect: No route to host
 
 
 From root at localhost.localdomain  Wed Mar 22 17:44:59 2006
 Return-Path: <root at localhost.localdomain>
 Received: from localhost.localdomain (Fedora [127.0.0.1])
     by localhost.localdomain (8.13.4/8.13.4) with ESMTP id k2MFixUK007188
     for <root at localhost.localdomain>; Wed, 22 Mar 2006 17:44:59 +0200
 Received: (from root at localhost)
     by localhost.localdomain (8.13.4/8.13.4/Submit) id k2MFixTJ007187;
     Wed, 22 Mar 2006 17:44:59 +0200
 Date: Wed, 22 Mar 2006 17:44:59 +0200
 From: root <root at localhost.localdomain>
 Message-Id: <200603221544.k2MFixTJ007187 at localhost.localdomain>
 To: root at localhost.localdomain
 Subject: ALERT LVS1/ftp: 192.168.82.20 (Wed Mar 22 17:44:59)
 X-Mailer: /usr/lib/mon/alert.d/mail.alert
 
 Summary output          : 192.168.82.20
 
 Group                 : LVS1
 Service               : ftp
 Time noticed          : Wed Mar 22 17:44:59 2006
 Secs until next alert : 
 Members           : 192.168.82.20
 
 Detailed text (if any) follows:
 -------------------------------
 HOST 192.168.82.20: connect: No route to host
 
 
 
 
 From root at localhost.localdomain  Wed Mar 22 17:45:39 2006
 Return-Path: <root at localhost.localdomain>
 Received: from localhost.localdomain (Fedora [127.0.0.1])
     by localhost.localdomain (8.13.4/8.13.4) with ESMTP id k2MFjdtC007224
     for <root at localhost.localdomain>; Wed, 22 Mar 2006 17:45:39 +0200
 Received: (from root at localhost)
     by localhost.localdomain (8.13.4/8.13.4/Submit) id k2MFjdx1007223;
     Wed, 22 Mar 2006 17:45:39 +0200
 Date: Wed, 22 Mar 2006 17:45:39 +0200
 From: root <root at localhost.localdomain>
 Message-Id: <200603221545.k2MFjdx1007223 at localhost.localdomain>
 To: root at localhost.localdomain
 Subject: UPALERT LVS1/ftp: 192.168.82.20 (Wed Mar 22 17:45:39)
 X-Mailer: /usr/lib/mon/alert.d/mail.alert
 
 Summary output          : 192.168.82.20
 
 Group                 : LVS1
 Service               : ftp
 Time noticed          : Wed Mar 22 17:45:39 2006
 Secs until next alert : 
 Members           : 192.168.82.20
 
 Detailed text (if any) follows:
 -------------------------------
 HOST 192.168.82.20: connect: No route to host
 
 
 Any ideas? I am out of them :)
 Thanks, Dan
 
 
		
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