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Find all the service models dedicated to the supervision of your LINUX Application.

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LIN-Ram-SNMPv3

Measures the RAM usage of a Linux server and notifies when the threshold is exceeded.
Configuration: SNMPv3 identifiers, thresholds

Available from version 4.7

Lin-SoftwareRaid-Status

Checks the software RAID status on a Linux server. Requires a software agent to be installed on the Linux server under /root/supervision. Configuration: user account, password and SSH port.

Available from version 3.13

LIN-Swap

Measures the swap usage of a Linux server and notifies when the threshold is exceeded. Configuration : SNMP community, SNMP version (if the version is V1, do not put anything, if the version is V2C, put -2).

Available from version 3.13

Lin-Syslog

Searches for a list of strings or regular expressions in syslog files on a Linux system. The syslog format is defined in the RFC 5424 standard. Configuration: name of the syslog file(s) to be analyzed, directory of the log files, list of strings or regular expressions to be searched in the message body, search period, device, priority, minimum number of occurrences of the string to be found, probe return code, user and password for the device connection

Available from version 3.13

Lin-Time-Status

Collects the equipment time, the time of a reference NTP server, and calculates the difference between the two times. Changes state if the difference exceeds the configured thresholds. Configuration: SSH user ID and password, domain name of the reference NTP server, alert threshold, critical threshold.

Available from version 3.13

Lin-Ping-Svc-OnHost

Connects with the SSH protocol on the Linux system associated with the control and collects the response time on a port of the Linux device specified in parameter. Goes to critical state if the port is not reachable, or above the thresholds. Configuration: account, password, SSH connection port, IP address or DNS name of the equipment, port to be queried, alert and critical thresholds, execution time.

Available from version 3.19

LIN-Proc-CPU-Usage

Collects CPU usage by all instances of a list of Linux processes. The control goes to alert if the overall CPU usage exceeds a threshold for any of the processes. Configuration: the percentage of CPU usage above which the state changes to ALERT, the percentage of CPU usage above which the state changes to CRITICAL.

Available from version 3.13

Lin-Process-Defunct-Ratio

Connects to a Unix/Linux device and determines the percentage of processes in a "defunct" state compared to the total number of active processes. This control notifies when the threshold is exceeded. To get the most complete list, the user must be root. Configuration: user name and password, alert threshold, critical threshold.

Available from version 3.13

Lin-Process-Instances-Nb

Connects to a Unix/Linux device, collects the list of active processes and counts the number of instances checking a regular expression as a grep function argument. This control notifies when a threshold is exceeded. To get the most complete list the user must be root. Configuration: user name and password, regular expression, alert threshold, critical threshold.

Available from version 3.13

LIN-ProcessName

Checks the correct operation of a Linux process and notifies when it is stopped. Configuration : SNMP community and service name 

Available from version 3.13

Flax-Process-Nb-Byname

Connects to a Unix/Linux device, collects the list of active processes and counts the number of instances of a process list. This control notifies when the number of instances of a process in the list is exceeded. To get the most complete list the user must be root. Configuration: user name and password, process list, alert threshold, critical threshold.

Available from version 3.13

Lin-Process-Swap

Collects swap space usage by all instances of a list of Linux processes. The control goes to alert if the swap space usage exceeds a threshold for at least one of the processes. Configuration: the amount of swap space above which the state changes to ALERT, the amount of swap space above which the state changes to CRITICAL.

Available from version 3.13

LIN-Proc-RAM-Usage

Collects memory usage by all instances of a list of Linux processes. The control goes to alert if the memory usage exceeds a threshold for at least one of the processes. Configuration: the percentage of memory usage above which the state changes to ALERT, the percentage of memory usage above which the state changes to CRITICAL.

Available from version 3.13

LIN-RAM

Measures the RAM usage of a Linux server and notifies when the threshold is exceeded. Configuration : SNMP community, SNMP version (if the version is V1, do not put anything, if the version is V2C, put -2).

Available from version 3.13

LIN-File_is_present

Counts the number of files on a remote Linux server via SSH and compares to the desired number specified. Configuration: the name and password of the user who can establish the SSH session, the files searched for using special characters *, and the number of files expected.

Available from version 3.13

LIN-FileDateNewerThan

Scans the date of files on a remote Linux server via SSH, compares against the specified scan periods, and notifies when file dates are older than the specified period. Configuration: the name and password of the user who can establish the SSH session, the files searched for with the use of special characters *, and the alert/critical periods.

Available from version 3.13

LIN-FileOlderThan

Scans the date of files on a remote Linux server via SSH, compares against the specified scan periods, and notifies when file dates are older than the specified period. Configuration: the name and password of the user who can establish the SSH session, the files searched for with the use of special characters *, and the alert/critical periods.

Available from version 3.13

LIN-FileSize

Scans file sizes in KB on a remote Linux server via SSH and compares against specified alert and critical thresholds. Configuration: the name and password of the user who can establish the SSH session, the files searched with the use of special characters *, and the alert/critical thresholds.

Available from version 3.13

LIN-Logfile-FirstEntry

Searches a list of strings or regular expressions in a log file. The first X lines corresponding to one of the conditions alert, critical or ok, defines the status. Configuration : SSH account, file path, file name, alert string, critical string, OK string, file reading direction and number of lines.

Available from version 3.13

Lin-Logfiles

Search a list of strings or regular expressions in log files on a Linux system. Configuration: name of the file(s) to analyze, directory of the log files, list of strings or regular expressions to search, period of time the files are taken into account, number of occurrences of the string to be found, location on the device of the logfiles executable, user and password of connection to the device.

Available from version 3.13

LIN-MaxFiles

Determines a maximum number of files: counts the number of files on a remote Linux server via SSH and compares against the specified alert and critical thresholds. Configuration: the name and password of the user who can establish the SSH session, the files searched for using special characters *, and the alert/critical thresholds.

Available from version 3.13

LIN-MinFiles

Determines a minimum number of files: counts the number of files on a remote Linux server via SSH and compares against the specified alert and critical thresholds. Configuration: the name and password of the user who can establish the SSH session, the files searched for using special characters *, and the alert/critical thresholds.

Available from version 3.13

LIN-NbUser

Sends an alert as soon as a person is connected to the Linux server. 

Available from version 3.13

LIN-Network_traffic

Measures the network traffic usage of a Linux server. Indicates the throughput and volume of data transmitted/received since the last system boot. Configuration: SNMP community 

Available from version 3.13

LIN-Cpu_SNMPv3

Measures the CPU usage of a Linux server based on load and not on percentage and notifies when the threshold is exceeded. Note: to have the CPU usage in percentage choose the "CPU" service model. Configuration : SNMPv3 connection information, alert and critical thresholds.

Available from version 4.10

Lin-Command-Env

Connects with the SSH protocol on the target system, executes a command, and looks for a string in the command result. Returns a status to specify if the string is not present or present. Configuration: account, password, SSH connection port, command to execute, string to search for, status to return if the string is absent, status to return if the string is present, number of occurrences, execution time, and the user environment in which the command is executed.

Available from version 3.13

Lin-Command-Telnet

Connects with the Telnet protocol on the target system, executes a command, and looks for a string in the command result. Returns a status to be specified if the string is not present or present. Configuration: account, password, Telnet connection port, command to execute, string to search for, status to return if the string is absent, status to return if the string is present, number of occurrences, execution timeout.

Available from version 3.13

Lin-Command-Value

Connects with the SSH protocol on the target system, executes a command that returns a numeric value, and compares the resulting value to thresholds. The output format including text, value and name of the performance data is specified as a parameter. Configuration: account, password, SSH connection port, command to execute, alert and critical thresholds, control output format, execution time.

Available from version 3.15

Lin-Command-Value-Telnet

Connects with the Telnet protocol on the target system, executes a command that returns a numerical value, and compares the value obtained to thresholds. The output format including text, value and name of the performance data is specified as a parameter. Configuration: account, password, Telnet connection port, command to execute, alert and critical thresholds, control output format, execution time.

Available from version 3.15

LIN-Cpu

Measures the CPU usage of a Linux server based on load and not on percentage and notifies when the threshold is exceeded. Note: to have the CPU usage in percentage choose the "CPU" service model. Configuration : SNMP community 

Available from version 3.13

LIN-DirectorySize

Checks the existence and size of a given directory and compares to the defined thresholds. Configuration: the name and password of the user who can establish the SSH session, the directory analyzed, the alert and critical thresholds expressed in MB.

Available from version 3.13

LIN-DiskIO

Checks the I/O of a disk under Linux. Configuration : SNMP community, SNMP version (if the version is V1, put nothing, if the version is V2C, put -2)

Available from version 3.13

LIN-Diskspace

Measures the disk space of a Linux server and notifies when a threshold is exceeded. Configuration: SNMP community, percentage thresholds, SNMP version (if the version is V1, leave it blank, if the version is V2C, put -2)

Available from version 3.13

LIN-Diskspace_Partition

Measures the disk space of a specified partition of a Linux server and notifies when the threshold is exceeded. Configuration : SNMP community + partition name, SNMP version (if the version is V1, leave it blank, if the version is V2C, put -2)

Available from version 3.13

Lin-Command

Connects with the SSH protocol on the target system, executes a command, and looks for a string in the command result. Returns a status to specify if the string is not present or present. Configuration: account, password, SSH connection port, command to execute, string to search for, status to return if string is absent, status to return if string is present, number of occurrences, execution timeout.

Available from version 3.13
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