Orphaned checks.

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Re: Orphaned checks.

Postby linuxnerd » Sat Jul 07, 2018 9:41 am

i made the suggested changes and am still seeing the warning.

my limits.conf:
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#locked memory
* hard memlock 256
* soft memlock 256

#open files
* soft nofile 40960
* hard nofile 40960

#max user processes
* hard nproc 32768
* soft nproc 32768

#stack size
* hard stack 131072
* soft stack 131072

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Re: Orphaned checks.

Postby linuxnerd » Tue Jul 10, 2018 5:12 am

i should have stated that this is a distributed setup where multiple nodes are performing active checks and sending the results to a 'master' node via ocsp / ncsa.
when i set obsess_over_service = 0, the problem goes away.
it seems like checks are delayed until all the ocsp handlers finish executing.
is there a way to have checks continue while the ocsp handler is still handler?
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Re: Orphaned checks.

Postby scottwilkerson » Tue Jul 10, 2018 8:21 am

linuxnerd wrote:i should have stated that this is a distributed setup where multiple nodes are performing active checks and sending the results to a 'master' node via ocsp / ncsa.
when i set obsess_over_service = 0, the problem goes away.
it seems like checks are delayed until all the ocsp handlers finish executing.
is there a way to have checks continue while the ocsp handler is still handler?


I believe this was resolved in Nagios Core version > 4
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Re: Orphaned checks.

Postby linuxnerd » Tue Jul 10, 2018 11:12 am

i managed to workaround the problem by spooling the check results into a buffer directory, then run a diff script to batch send the results to nsca.
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Re: Orphaned checks.

Postby scottwilkerson » Tue Jul 10, 2018 3:21 pm

linuxnerd wrote:i managed to workaround the problem by spooling the check results into a buffer directory, then run a diff script to batch send the results to nsca.


that sounds like a better solution. Glad you were able to work it out.

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