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NCPA Agent - API construction for process exceeding x.xx mem

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NCPA Agent - API construction for process exceeding x.xx mem

Postby Guyver1 » Wed Jan 12, 2022 11:12 am

Was hoping someone would be able to assist in providing the correct options to filter for a process exceeding x.xx mem_vms or x.xx mem_rss
I can filter for our tomcat8 process no issues as this is straight forward:
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However, when trying to add filters to filter for mem_vms or mem_rss => x.xx and setting it as a nagios check it either just sits there with the spinning circle
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just sits there with the spinny circle:
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does anyone have the correct settings to filter a specific process when it exceeds a memory value as a nagios check with warning and critical values please?
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Re: NCPA Agent - API construction for process exceeding x.xx

Postby Guyver1 » Wed Jan 12, 2022 11:19 am

If I try this I just get stdout = 0 which is incorrect as it should alert
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Re: NCPA Agent - API construction for process exceeding x.xx

Postby Guyver1 » Wed Jan 12, 2022 11:51 am

I can do this from the "Live Data" option so it looks like what I want is possible:
https://imgur.com/2X1UxEk
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