Working on websites on Mac can be sometimes very annoying. You are writing some piece of code and you need to transfer it every time via FTP or SFTP to a linux web server.
SSHFS (Secure SHell FileSystem) is a solution to avoid this transfer layer of your develop work. By default SSHFS is not availible in Mac OS X but it can be installed
To be a able to use SSHFS it is required to Continue reading ‘Mac OS X sshfs’
Another modern method for the mobile age to be up to date everywhere about your infrastructure. Everyone has a mobile device with internet access, you need only a ICQ client to receive information notifications.
Today I’m going to talk about how to bring this idea to live… Continue reading ‘Monitoring with ICQ’
Another really helpful check for your Icinga or Nagios instance.
If your have any windows machines you can check the Windows Update-State. How many Updates you need to install and if you need to reboot your servers after updating them. Continue reading ‘Icinga/Nagios: Check Windows Updates’
Another alternative way to monitor Windows machines with NSC-Client, you need only one time access to the Windows-Box and install the client and configure it.
All other monitoring steps can be performed from the monitoring instances like Icinga or Nagios.
Q: What can be monitored? Continue reading ‘Icinga/Nagios: Windows monitoring’
All my Icinga notifications arrived with a sender “firstname.lastname@example.org” but Iam running icinga and not nagios this is a little bit stupid.
By fixing the “commands.cfg” you can change this behavior as described below: Continue reading ‘Icinga: change notifications sender’