I confirm: the old check created some time ago (see this article) doesn’t work for Exchange 2013 installations. It seems to be be caused by significant changes on Powershell calls or cmdlets. I am having some troubles to get rid of the issue because I stepped away of Exchange business some time ago. A friend of mine is helping me to make the script working and I’ll hopefully publish a new version for Exchange 2013 very soon.
To get a list of availale updates
yum -v check-update
To get a transaction list of last updates
yum -v history list
To get a list of changes during a transaction
yum history info <transactionID>
To remove obsolete kernel packages without questions
package-cleanup –oldkernels -y
it’s at the time to share my experiences with the monitoring of Citrix Netscaler with Check_MK (below called CMK).
The so-called innovation release of CMK 1.2.7i contains some checks for Netscaler that are based on SNMP: Continue reading
I’ve updated the package to the version 2.2.3. Please consider updating to the new version some time. The change concerns only the check fortigate_ipsec and corrects a bug, that can cause an issue, when a IPSec tunnel doesn’t exist anymore. In this case the check can disturb the execution of other checks and make it not possible to re-execute the inventory.
The new version 2.2.3 is located as always on the check_mk exchange site.
Sometimes you need to extend the existing volume group to be able to add free space to the logical volumes in there.
Look at this situation:
[root@localhost ~]# vgs data
VG #PV #LV #SN Attr VSize VFree
data 1 1 0 wz--n- 39.99g 0