From: Chuck (chuck_at_sbbsnet.net)
Date: Wed 28 Sep 2005 - 12:07:16 BST
On Wednesday 28 September 2005 06:59 am, Oliver Welter wrote:
> Hi Chuck,
> > 1. Can I somehow set things up so a guest can execute a pre-defined
> > script on the host? This would allow nagios to do things like re-start a
> > guest if it is not responding.
> There are some ways to do so:
> 1) The "root" Server can access the filesystem of the guest, so you can
> use cron or similar to check for a file "inside" the guest from the side
> of the host, and than behave accordingly. For Example, you create a file
> "reboot" containing "server123" by nagios in a directory inside the
> guest and than have a process that collects this file from outside and
> do the reboot.
> 2) There are some helper scripts like the reboot script, but I dont how
> these work - might be this can do the job...
> 3) The standard way, using SSH or RPC or similar and do a normal network
> connect like you do with any other remote execution
Interesting. Never even thought of those options:) Thanks!
> Regarding performance impact: It does not matter if the process runs in
> or outside a guest...
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