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Re: [Xen-users] Monitoring Xen via Nagios

On Sunday, July 17, 2016 4:40 PM, Simon Hobson <linux@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Jason Long <hack3rcon@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> OK, I installed Nagios successfully and now, How can check my Xen health via 
> it?

>Well that's an improvement - bottom posting but still not trimming excess 

>In order to monitor something, you need to define what it is you want to 
>monitor. "Xen health" isn't something specific, you need to be quite specific 
>as to what >you want to monitor.
>I work on the basis that if my guests are running and visible on the network 
>then Xen must be running. Beyond that, define "health" - do you mean there's 
>free >memory, not too much CPU load, something else ... ?

Yes, All options are good but I mean is that I want to know when a Xen VM 
stopped or failed or even Xen service not worked correctly. Can you show me how 
can I write this config and what is the correct folder for put my config i it?

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