I have a problem for check url´s.
I installed http monitor template.
For example I´d like to check: pms.mercadolibre.com/jm/jalive
Error event is "name or service not known".
My configuration in "Data Source" is:
Host name: pms.mercadolibre.com
Regular Expression: ML_IS_ALIVE
Redirect Behavior: ok.
Is there a device called pms.mercadolibre.com in Zenoss that you're binding the template to? Can you run zencommand in the foreground with debug logging and see if there's any interesting info in the error? Perhaps try a simpler check and see what works or doesn't.
I've had a straight check for /index.html work fine for me, but I've never used regex's or specific sub pages.
Information Technology Area Supervisor
LEPP Computer Group
Looking at the error looks like your device doesnot have the ip bound to it and use the following command if template is giving issue
check_http -H pms.mercadolibre.com -u /jm/jalive -f --string="ML_IS_ALIVE" -S
I have the same issue. My device status is "up", but it gives me that message on the console.
Where would I type in a command?
Basically, i am trying to test for connectivity, for as an example, www.google.ca. So I make a device name with "google.ca" as the name and add"httpmonitor" template to it.
But this results in the "name or service not known". Any better way to do this?
This post is old, but I see it shows not answered. I was experiancing the same error after upgrading to 3.2.1 from 3.0 and this is what worked for me.
\Device\HTTP Class device for website did not show an IP on it's overview page. Attempting to reset the IP address failed.
Website runs on a load balanced cluster of 2 IIS web servers. Both servers where also monitored by Zenoss as class \Device\Server\Windows. Server 2 showed the cluster IP as attached to one it's interfaces
To resolve the issue,
1. I installed the ZenPack Virtual IP http://community.zenoss.org/docs/DOC-5800
2. On each of the servers I set the load balance IP (that the website responded to) to be ignored, following the instructs with the Zen Pack.
3. Modled each server and verfied the shared IP no longer showed
4. Modled the website device and verified it showed an IP.
5. Clear all events for the HTTP device and wait.
Before following steps above, zenoss saw things as
Server1 IP 192.168.1.2
Server2 IP 192,169.1.3, 192.168.1.1
www.website.com IP none
After steps above, zenoss saw things as
Server1 IP 192.168.1.2
Server2 IP 192,169.1.3,
www.website.com IP 192.168.1.1
I imagine this would be the same if there was only 1 web server since,at least in 3.2.1, Zenoss is very strict on IP addresses not being used by multiple devices.
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