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systems:munin [2009/05/12 10:08]
mj dp1 is now monitored by Munin.
systems:munin [2017/09/22 13:28]
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-====== System Monitoring with Munin ====== 
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-As part of our monitoring setup we are using [[http://munin.projects.linpro.no/|Munin]] to collect data for various metrics on our machines. The server is running on [[systems:sp1|sp1]]. The web interface is available at [[http://monitoring.php.net/munin/]]. Use your CVS account data for the authentication. 
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-Currently the following machines are running ''munin-node'' instances: 
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-  * [[systems:sp1|sp1]] 
-  * [[systems:nex1|nex1]] 
-  * [[systems:euk1|euk1]] 
-  * [[systems:euk2|euk2]] 
-  * [[systems:dp1|dp1]] 
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-===== Node setup instructions ===== 
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-In order to add a machine to the monitoring one must follow these steps: 
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-  - Install the ''munin-node'' application. Most modern UNIX-like operating systems ship with it. For boxes with CentOS, make sure that [[http://wiki.centos.org/AdditionalResources/Repositories/RPMForge|rpmforge]] is being used. 
-  - Allow ''sp1'' to connect to the node by adding an ''allow 66\.249\.27\.150'' line to the configuration file for ''munin-node''. 
-  - Depending on the machine it may be necessary to all access to port 4949 from the outside.  Use ''iptables -I INPUT -p tcp --dport 4949 --src 66.249.27.150 -j ACCEPT'' for this. 
-  - Let Martin (mj) know once the node is set up so that it can be added to the server's list of clients. 
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