On 2011-06-01 at 08:45, Alister Forbes ( a(a)cisco.com ) said:
On 31 May 2011, at 18:27, Andy Cobaugh wrote:
> On 2011-05-31 at 09:16, Tim Gustafson ( tjg(a)soe.ucsc.edu ) said:
>> Is there a "best" way to check to see if OpenLDAP replication is
>> I have one script that checks the ContextCSN of the root of the database, which
works to a certain degree. However, even when that matches it seems that sometimes a
"deep inspection" (actually traversing the whole database and comparing each
entry individually) of the directory shows differences even when the ContextCSN of the
directory root matches.
> That's all our nagios check script does. If you're finding that there are
still differences in the contents of the directory even when contextCSN matches, then
there's likely something else going on. At least, I've never seen the situation
you describe in our production openldap cluster.
Just out of interest (I'm just beginning to sort out nagios monitoring for this very
thing) is this the same plugin as on
it a script you've created yourselves?
I'm using just a simple shell script that I wrote a couple years ago. Our
nagios runs on Solaris SPARC, so I have to keep dependencies to a minimum.
I was completely unaware of the existence of LTB. I would check it out,
but it looks like redmine is currently having issues when you try to
Those cacti plugins look interesting.