- 1 sme9admin for SME Server
- 1.1 Version
- 1.2 Maintainer
- 1.3 Description
- 1.4 Installation
- 1.5 Additional information
- 1.6 Known Problems
- 1.7 Troubleshoot section
- 1.8 Bugs
- 1.9 Changelog
sme9admin for SME Server
for a sme 7 version check sme7admin
for a sme 8 version check sme8admin
- sme9admin is a graphical monitor, alert raising, and services supervision tool for your SME 9 Server.
- It adds a headline + several subpages to the server-manager.
yum install smeserver-sme9admin --enablerepo=smecontribs
or if you want to restart your server
signal-event post-upgrade; signal-event reboot
Detect the sensors on your mainboard, (run as root)
For my mainboard, I just hit enter for all questions, which then uses the defaults which can be seen as CAPs. You will need to follow the instructions in order to add the detected sensors in rc.local to have them loaded on reboot.
Check installed versions
yum info installed smeserver-sme9admin yum info installed sysstat yum info installed hddtemp yum info installed perl-rrdtool yum info installed rrdtool
yum remove smeserver-sme9admin
If you connect to the SMEserver console by Putty ssh-client (or similar) you can copy and paste the commands (very convenient).
Good luck /Per
du -s and CPU
The du -s option allows you to have detailed information on the use of your hard drive. Unfortunately with the high volume of data in recent huge drives and/or with older slower CPUs, you should NOT use this option unless you want to see constant high CPU utilization, as this command will be launched every 5 minutes.
Disabling IMAP will fails webmail authentication. As a result, disabling IMAP will only work until new reboot or some event to be trigger. This will also make webmail fails until next reboot.
After reboot disabled IMAP will be set automatically to enabled and access to localhost.
CRITICAL - md0 [U_] has 1 of 2 devices active (active=sda1 failed=none spare=none)
Any sme9 installation will have a raid 1 boot partition. If you want to avoid to see this warning you can do the following:
mdadm --grow /dev/md0 --raid-devices=1 --force
Here some tricks and tips to understand what is occurring if you have problem with sme9admin
- look what sysstat can collect
/usr/lib/sa/sadc 1 2 > sadc.bout sar -A -n DEV -f sadc.bout
- look what sadf has stocked (sadf is a human readable file)
XX is a number adapt it.
- look if sensors are working
sensors need to be activated first
press 'enter' for all questions and reboot
- look if hddtemp is working
- rdd files
all rdd files are in /var/lib/sme9admin, which are binary files. If you want to look the dump to see what it contains
rrdtool dump /var/lib/sme9admin/sensors.rrd > /tmp/sensors.xml less /tmp/sensors.xml
You have to do it for each file.rrd
- Logs of sme9admin
Below is an overview of the current issues for this contrib:
|ID||Product||Version||Status||Summary (7 tasks)|
|10545||SME Contribs||Futur||CONFIRMED||warning in log|
|10297||SME Contribs||9.2||CONFIRMED||RAID check on non RAID systems|
|10292||SME Contribs||9.2||CONFIRMED||Ping hosts targets|
|10244||SME Contribs||9.0||UNCONFIRMED||Incorrect sme9admin explanation string 1850|
|9878||SME Contribs||9.0||CONFIRMED||NFR: vpn port customization|
|8091||SME Contribs||Futur||CONFIRMED||NFR: monitor mysql|
|7683||SME Contribs||9.0||CONFIRMED||sme8admind stop on mysql error|
Only released version in smecontrib are listed here.