[GE users] [OT] Cluster monitoring
matthew.garrett at external.total.com
Thu May 28 16:25:06 BST 2009
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I have just looked at check_sge and with in 30 had it monitoring 50 odd nodes.
Looks a good scripts.
fx <d.love at liverpool.ac.uk> wrote on 28/05/2009 14:11:41:
> murple <andreas.kuntzagk at mdc-berlin.de> writes:
> Keeping on-topic:
> > Ganglia: Seems to be intended more for monitoring the load on the
> > cluster
> It can monitor all sorts of things, including the job queues. When I
> find time to check in the changes, jobmonarch should work with SGE 6.0
> and 6.1, but won't yet with 6.2
> > Nagios: Very powerful, but also complex to setup?
> Not terribly, considering that you normally end up with a quite bespoke
> setup anyhow. There is a check_sge plugin, and I wrote another to run
> qping, on which the other can depend. I thought the qping one was on
> nagiosexchange.org but currently isn't, so I'll add it when I get a
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