Connection monitoring

Robert kerplop at sbcglobal.net
Mon Oct 12 13:28:56 EDT 2009


Continuing this quaint reply-on-top format...

Have you looked at iptraf ?
--OR-- you might ask the father of that arrangement.

Lord of Gore wrote:
> No ideas? :)
> Don't you hate it when all the questions you ask hardly ever get
> answered? :)
> 
> On Fri, 2009-10-09 at 14:29 +0200, Vincent Van der Kussen wrote:
> 
>> You could run ping, or otherwise install nagios somewhere (that might be a little to much but still)
>>
>> Vincent
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>> From: redhat-list-bounces at redhat.com [mailto:redhat-list-bounces at redhat.com] On Behalf Of Lord of Gore
>> Sent: vrijdag 9 oktober 2009 13:44
>> To: redhat-list at redhat.com
>> Subject: Connection monitoring
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>> Hello list,
>>
>> I have a question regarding connection monitoring. Say I have
>>
>>             /    HOST_2
>> HOST_1
>>             \    HOST_3
>>
>> On HOST_1 I have a pgSQL pooler installed (pg_pool II) that does
>> balancing between HOST_2 and HOST_3
>>
>> Due to some failures I want to monitor the connections between these 3
>> machines and see if there are any lost packets. Which application do you
>> think I shold use to check these 2 connections?
>>
>> Long shot but given the connection being PostgreSQL client (HOST_1) to
>> PostgreSQL Server (HOST_2 and HOST_3) I want also to check if queries
>> arrive unaltered to the servers. Any ideas?
>>
>> Note: the 3 servers are located in an inaccessible place.
>>
>>
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