CMK version: check-mk-raw-2.0.0p12-sles15sp2-38
OS version: SLES 15 SP3
Output of “cmk --debug -vvn hostname”: (If it is a problem with checks or plugins)
Checkmk version 2.0.0p12 Try license usage history update. Trying to acquire lock on /omd/sites/test/var/check_mk/license_usage/next_run Got lock on /omd/sites/test/var/check_mk/license_usage/next_run Trying to acquire lock on /omd/sites/test/var/check_mk/license_usage/history.json Got lock on /omd/sites/test/var/check_mk/license_usage/history.json Next run time has not been reached yet. Abort. Releasing lock on /omd/sites/test/var/check_mk/license_usage/history.json Released lock on /omd/sites/test/var/check_mk/license_usage/history.json Releasing lock on /omd/sites/test/var/check_mk/license_usage/next_run Released lock on /omd/sites/test/var/check_mk/license_usage/next_run Updating IPv4 DNS cache for check-mk: 10.201.25.252 Trying to acquire lock on /omd/sites/test/var/check_mk/ipaddresses.cache Got lock on /omd/sites/test/var/check_mk/ipaddresses.cache Releasing lock on /omd/sites/test/var/check_mk/ipaddresses.cache Released lock on /omd/sites/test/var/check_mk/ipaddresses.cache + FETCHING DATA Source: SourceType.HOST/FetcherType.PIGGYBACK [cpu_tracking] Start [7f9fb9eac6a0] No piggyback files for 'check-mk'. Skip processing. No piggyback files for '10.201.25.252'. Skip processing. [PiggybackFetcher] Fetch with cache settings: NoCache(base_path=PosixPath('/omd/sites/test/tmp/check_mk/data_source_cache/piggyback/check-mk'), max_age=MaxAge(checking=0, discovery=120, inventory=120), disabled=False, use_outdated=False, simulation=False) [PiggybackFetcher] Execute data source [cpu_tracking] Stop [7f9fb9eac6a0 - Snapshot(process=posix.times_result(user=0.0, system=0.0, children_user=0.0, children_system=0.0, elapsed=0.0))] [cpu_tracking] Start [7f9fb9eacd30] + PARSE FETCHER RESULTS Source: SourceType.HOST/FetcherType.PIGGYBACK No persisted sections loaded -> Add sections:  Received no piggyback data Loading item states Trying to acquire lock on /omd/sites/test/tmp/check_mk/counters/check-mk Got lock on /omd/sites/test/tmp/check_mk/counters/check-mk Releasing lock on /omd/sites/test/tmp/check_mk/counters/check-mk Released lock on /omd/sites/test/tmp/check_mk/counters/check-mk No piggyback files for 'check-mk'. Skip processing. No piggyback files for '10.201.25.252'. Skip processing. [cpu_tracking] Stop [7f9fb9eacd30 - Snapshot(process=posix.times_result(user=0.010000000000000009, system=0.0, children_user=0.0, children_system=0.0, elapsed=0.009999997913837433))] execution time 0.0 sec | execution_time=0.010 user_time=0.010 system_time=0.000 children_user_time=0.000 children_system_time=0.000 cmk_time_agent=0.000
I have some hosts which have constantly some errors on their network interfaces: between 1% and 5%. For those i raised already the levels in the service rule “Network Interfaces and switch ports”.
But a few hosts have error levels more than 10%. For those hosts i attach a host label and create for this label a service rule “Network Interfaces and switch ports” with higher error rates. Now i have the problem that for the hosts with the high error rate two rules are valid. So when i have already some errors the more tight rule applies. So i get already notifications, but want to have only notifications when the high error rates happen. What can i do ? Can i deactivate certain rules just for dedicated hosts ?
Is there an order in the rules ? How do i recognize this ? How can i change it ? What is if one rule matches ? Does checkmk stops to process further rules of the same type ?