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csgyurik

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Dear All,

I have got nagios standard plugins to check the SMTP, IMAP, WEB... protocolls. But I need the following:
- Check the numbers of the connections
- check the message queue
- I want to make an allert messages if there is any issue with the system

Regards

[Updated on: Thu, 14 September 2006 17:37]

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jshaw541

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csgyurik wrote on Thu, 14 September 2006 06:05

Dear All,

I have got nagios standard plugins to check the SMTP, IMAP, WEB... protocolls. But I need the following:
- Check the numbers of the connections
- check the message queue
- I want to make an allert messages if there is any issue with the system

Regards


If you're running KMS on a Windows server, you can use the check_nt plugin to do this. This is what I do.

For example, to check current IMAP connections, I use:

/path/to/nagios/libexec/check_nt -H your.mail.server.com -v COUNTER -l "\\Kerio MailServer\\IMAPConnectionsCurrent"

This command returns a single "integer" value with the counter's value.

As far as getting queue values, I don't see a counter for this. One hack may be to figure out the file/directory structure for queued messages on the server and write a script that counts this.

BTW, I've only recently discovered check_nt, but you can also use it to graph WMI counters on the Windows versions of KMS in Cacti. Thus you can have pretty charts for spam/etc:

http://people.sps.lane.edu/jshaw/temp/kmsspam.png

I'm starting to build a set of cacti templates to do this for Windows-based KMS servers.

Kerio MailServer 6.7.1 w/AD
Windows Server 2003 SP 1
Dell PowerEdge 2850 (Dual Xeon 3.2ghz and 2 GB RAM)
~1300 users
~1000+ concurrent IMAPS connections
iPhone users
Outlook 2007 KOFF users
Apple iCal 10.5/10.6 users
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csgyurik

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We Use linux version. I have already checked the SMTP, IMAP, LDAP connection of Kerio, but I want to see the internal queues. Ok I can count it.

Thanks
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bushidoka

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Bump!

Anyone out there have a munin plugin for Kerio running on Linux?

OP - are you still out there?
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bushidoka

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p.s. I can easily write my own plugin. I am very new to Kerio in my new job, though. If someone could point me to the right part of the documentation to figure out how to determine these things from the Linux command prompt, I can take it from there.

These things :
- Check the numbers of the connections
- check the message queue

As per OP.
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check my last post, i probably a solution for you Very Happy
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