[j-nsp] QFX5100 System Process SNMP monitor
chris at datachaos.com.au
Sun May 20 09:40:10 EDT 2018
Thanks you are spot on, I ended up finding hrSystemProcesses inside the
rfc2790a MIB and was able to get exactly what I needed into PRTG
On Sun, 20 May 2018 at 18:48, Dale Shaw <dale.shaw+j-nsp at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Chris,
> On Sun, 20 May 2018 at 1:01 pm, Chris Lee via juniper-nsp <
> juniper-nsp at puck.nether.net> wrote:
> > Hi all,
> > We recently hit a jdhcpd bug in our QFX5100 VC (14.1X53-D30 release)
> > looks to be from the number of defunct zombie processes increasing over
> > time leading up to an ungraceful failover of the routing engines.
> > I have LibreNMS monitoring the QFX and it automagically graphs the
> > process count, but I'm struggling to figure out an SNMP MIB object number
> > that gives me the same process count, as I'd like to monitor the same
> > in our existing PRTG installation to send email/SMS alerts when certain
> > thresholds are reached until we can follow JTAC's recommendation to
> > the QFX release to D46.
> > I've downloaded the MIB pack from Juniper and tried grepping the files
> > "process" and "processes" but can't seem to find anything relevant.
> > Anyone familiar with the SNMP on the QFX know where I might find total
> > system process count ?
> Junos implements HOST-RESOURCES-MIB, so you should be able to poll the
> "hrSystemProcesses" object (gauge). Maybe that's how LibreNMS is doing it?
> admin at gw> show snmp mib walk hrSystemProcesses
> hrSystemProcesses.0 = 125
> admin at gw> show system processes summary
> last pid: 40910; load averages: 0.20, 0.19, 0.17 up 29+08:45:43
> 126 processes: 18 running, 95 sleeping, 1 zombie, 12 waiting
> > Thanks,
> > Chris
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