Posts by LeConcepteur

    Right, icinga is overkill in this case, I agree. But those cron jobs that autorestart services are stuff from my nightmares as they just dont fit into the concepts that exist and make multi admin systems a pain.

    My cron job doesn't autoresart the service....
    My cronjob start a script who check the healthy of the service, and the srcipt restart the service if it's needed.
    Ok I could use Scheduled Jobs of OMV in place of cron job, but it's just for a private home server, I am the only admin so where is the pain ?

    So after doing some research I found a simple but effective way to achieve this action.I was inspired by the tutorial here that I adaptedFor those who do not have the knowledge here are some explanations:


    1) One creates a script which checks the state of a program, in the example it is the daemon mysql, me I replaced that by proftpd.Obviously I checked the location of the program and its syntax otherwise it does not work.


    2) We use cron to periodically launch this script by changing the location and the name of the script of course.


    So we have cron that starts the script every 5 minutes, this script checks that proftpd process turns, if it is the case it does nothing else it starts it.


    I tested and it's the job it's great.



    Alors après avoir fait quelques recherches j'ai trouvé un moyen simple mais efficace pour réaliser cette action.
    Je me suis inspiré du tuto ici que j'ai adapté


    Pour ceux qui n'auraient pas les connaissances voila quelques explications :


    1) On crée un script qui vérifie l'état d'un programme, dans l'exemple c'est le daemon mysql, moi j'ai remplacé ça par proftpd.
    Evidemment j'ai contrôlé l'emplacement du programme et sa syntaxe sinon ça ne marche pas.


    2) On utilise cron pour lancer périodiquement ce script en modifiant l'emplacement et le nom du script bien évidemment.


    On a donc cron qui démarre le script toutes les 5 mn, ce script vérifie que dans les processus proftpd tourne, si c'est le cas il ne fait rien sinon il le démarre.


    J'ai testé et ça fait le job c'est formidable.

    Hi,
    All is in the title ^^
    I use the FTP service provided with OMV 4 and sometimes I found it down, the service is ENABLE but STOP, I can fix it with command : "service proftpd restart" but I wish to script a monitoring who can restart it itself if needed.
    Can someone help me please ?


    Greatings at all. :)


    Bonjour,
    Tout est dans le titre ^^
    J'utilise le service FTP fourni avec OMV 4 et parfois je le retrouve stoppé alors qu'il est toujours actif. je peux régler le problème ponctuellement en tapant cette ligne de commande "service proftpd restart" mais j'aimerais créer un script de monitoring qui ferait le travaille lui-même.
    Quelqu'un peut-il m'aider s'il vous plait ?


    Mes remerciements à tous :)

    Hi
    Have you tried to reboot all you LAN (router(s), server, PC) ?
    Sometimes I have the same problem and it fix it, specially the ISP router (SFR 4K box, firmware made with the feet like we said in france :whistling::thumbdown: ) and my small switch netgear, not expensive but do his job since 10 years, but sometimes it need 5 minutes of holidays.

    Hi everybody
    I use OMV since ..... euh.... bah ..... (french interjections :P ) since 4 or 5 years I think, it's a very very good companion ultimately :thumbsup:
    I had always recycle my "old" components to troubleshout PC's of my friends or build my home server and as I change my config after 4 years in general I am the happy owner/user of couple of good stuff :love:
    Actually OMV 4 runs on an Intel i7 3770k watercooled on Asus mobo with 8 SATA connectors, 8 Gb of RAM, a 4Tb for the OS and torrents partition :saint: and a RAID array from some 8Tb hard drive for NAS...
    I like when it breathes well to watch my favorite Star Wars while my daughter is watching over the internet on is tablet her own favorite Marvel while my torrent client :whistling::saint::evil: or FTP's server are sharing a "couple" of media :whistling::thumbsup: .


    Greatings to all ^^