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Active Directory Database Monitoring

Requires Opsview 6.3

This Host Template is part of the Active Directory Monitoring Opspack

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Included in the Application - Microsoft Active Directory Opspack

Host Template: Application - Active Directory - Database

Monitor performance metrics for an Active Directory Database

This Host Template includes the following Service Checks:

Service Check Name Description Default Thresholds (Warning, Critical) UOM
Active Directory - Database - Disk Usage Shows the database disk usage where the Active Directory Database is stored database_disk_usage=70,90 %
Active Directory - Database - Disk Operational Status Shows the operational status of the storage device where the Active Directory Database is stored N/A N/A
Active Directory - Database - Disk Health Status Shows the health status of the storage device where the Active Directory Database is stored N/A N/A
Active Directory - Database - File Size Shows the size of the Active Directory database file in bytes N/A B

Usage Instructions

Step 1: Add this Host Template

Add the Application - Active Directory - Database Host Template to your Opsview Monitor host. If the resource you're monitoring has no hostname or public IP, then open the Advanced settings pane and change Host Check Command to Always assumed to be UP.

For more information, refer to Opsview Knowledge Center - Adding Host Templates to Hosts.


Step 2: Add and configure variables required for this Host Template

The Service Checks in this Host Template use the following variables, and they will be added to your Opsview Monitor instance when you import the Opspack:

Authentication variables

AD_CREDENTIALS

Parameter Position in Variable Name Description
--Username Arg1 Username Username for remote windows host e.g user@DOMAIN.COM
--Password Arg2 Password Password for remote windows host
--Authentication Arg3 Authentication Type Authentication type to use


KERBEROS_REALM

Only required if authenticating using Kerberos. If Kerberos authentication is not working add a default_realm value in the krb5.conf file located in '/opt/opsview/krb5/etc/'

Parameter Position in Variable Name Description
Opsview UI only Value Kerberos Realm Kerberos realm. This value is not used by the plugin, it is used to automatically configure your 'krb5.conf' configuration file
Opsview UI only Arg1 KDC 1 Kerberos realm. This value is not used by the plugin, it is used to automatically configure your 'krb5.conf' configuration file
Opsview UI only Arg2 KDC 2 Kerberos realm. This value is not used by the plugin, it is used to automatically configure your 'krb5.conf' configuration file
Opsview UI only Arg3 KDC 3 Kerberos realm. This value is not used by the plugin, it is used to automatically configure your 'krb5.conf' configuration file
Opsview UI only Arg4 KDC 4 Kerberos realm. This value is not used by the plugin, it is used to automatically configure your 'krb5.conf' configuration file


For more information, refer to Opsview Knowledge Center - Adding Variables to Hosts.

For mode-specific help, run the plugin with the -h -m <mode> flags. This will list the required and optional Variable Arguments for that mode. The appropriate mode for each Service Check is listed here:

Service Check Name Mode
Active Directory - Database - Disk Usage AD.Database.DiskUsage
Active Directory - Database - Disk Operational Status AD.Database.OperationalStatus
Active Directory - Database - Disk Health Status AD.Database.HealthStatus
Active Directory - Database - File Size AD.Database.FileSize


Step 3: Apply changes and the system will now be monitored

View Output

v1.0-Opsview-6

Initial release of Application Microsoft Active Directory Opspack

v1.0-Opsview-6(BETA)

ODI-3937 Microsoft Active Directory Opspack

Initial release for Beta version of Application Microsoft Active Directory Opspack