[Serusers] Monitoring tool
jiri at iptel.org
Thu Jun 3 13:34:28 CEST 2004
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# sipsak as on CVS!
command_line /usr/local/bin/sipsak -N -d -n -U -s sip:$ARG1$@$HOSTADDRESS$ -a $ARG2$ -C sip:dontcallmeback at 127.0.0.1
At 01:12 PM 6/3/2004, Paul Wasik wrote:
>I've been trying to get Sipsak to run with Nagios to monitor a few SER
>proxies. I'm using Sipsak 0.8.9 and I have it working on my Red Hat linux
>server. Nagios is also installed and running. I can run Sipsak from the
>command shell just fine. Other Nagios checks are working. But when I try to
>run Sipsak as a service check within Nagios, it always fails with a 127
>error code. Can you possibly give me some clues as to how you set this up on
>your Nagios machine or show me what strings you added to your Nagios config
>files such as "command.cfg", "checkcommands.cfg", and "services.cfg" ?
>----- Original Message -----
>From: "Jiri Kuthan" <jiri at iptel.org>
>To: "Tomas Björklund" <tomas at webservices.se>; <serusers at lists.iptel.org>
>Cc: "Nils Ohlmeier" <nils at ohlmeier.de>
>Sent: Wednesday, June 02, 2004 10:38 AM
>Subject: Re: [Serusers] Monitoring tool
>we usa nagios with sipsak on linux. I don't know how sipsak is doing
>on solaris. (sipsak author cc-ed). We register only. cancelling when
>a 200 comes back does not work, that's too late already.
>At 04:14 PM 6/2/2004, Tomas Björklund wrote:
>>What software do you use for making sure that your sipserver(s) are online
>>I'm on the lookout for something that I can use with Nagios (ie anything
>>that I can run from a shellprompt).
>>I have tried sipsak but it's not working on solaris (some strange
>>bind/socket operations that breaks the program)
>>I would like the same feature as sipsak has,
>>1. Register account
>>2. Call account
>>3. Check for invite
>>Doing an external call to a free number would also be nice, just wait for
>>the 200 OK and then cancel the call.
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