It is possible to monitor Baruwa Enterprise Edition systems using the NRPE protocol
from Nagios. To enable monitoring check the
Enable Monitoring checkbox on the
System Settings screen of the baruwa-setup utility.
Depending on the system profile, the following points are available via NRPE.
- Disk space
- Uwsgi process
- Database process
- Database proxy process
- Indexer process
- Cache process
- Message Queue process
- Baruwa celery process
- Baruwa Logging process
- Mail Scanning process
- Anti Virus Engine process
- Message queue status
- System Load
- Security Updates
Adding your own monitoring points
You can add your own NRPE monitoring points by placing a
.cfg file in
then reload the
nrpe service to activate the monitoring points.
You can monitor the services by connecting to the actual port, most monitoring systems are able to do this.
The firewall port 5666 inbound is open to all, you need to restrict this by allowing access only from your monitoring IP addresses.
With BaruwaOS >=
6.7.4 it is possible to monitor Baruwa Enterprise Edition systems
using the SNMP protocol. To enable SNMP monitoring check the
Enable SNMP Agent
checkbox on the
Management Other Settings screen of the baruwa-setup utility.
BaruwaOS only exposes an
SNMPv3 interface. The username is
baruwa, the password
is autogenerated when the system is setup.
To obtain the password run the following command, (you need to provide the passphrase):
baruwa-setup -e snmp_password
The monitoring points available are the same as the ones exposed via NRPE.
The OIDs to walk are
The firewall port 161 inbound is open to all, you need to restrict this by allowing access only from your monitoring IP addresses.