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This chapter lists all preferences that are pertinent to IT Monitor server. Find a description of how to set, view, change or delete preferences, with the HELIOS utility programs “prefdump”, “prefvalue”, and “prefrestore”, in the HELIOS Base manual.
Make sure that preference keys DO NOT start or end with a slash (“/”) character, and note that they are case-sensitive! Also, if any preference key or preference value includes spaces, that key or value must be enclosed in quotes.
TCP/IP communication port for the communication between iPhone clients and IT Monitor server.
Specifies the file name of the IP access list that contains all client IP addresses which are allowed to communicate with the IT Monitor server.
If “monitorsrv” cannot access the Internet directly, another “monitorsrv” that acts as proxy server (and hence serves as an intermediary) is required. This preference specifies the IP address, or the hostname, of the remote proxy server, e.g.: “proxy.helios.de”.
Specifies the proxy server TCP port.
Allows only those users to observe the IT Monitor app server information who are listed in this preference. Exceptions are user “root” and members of the groups “SysAdm” and “ITMAdm”, who are not restricted by this preference.
The following preferences can also be set from the iPhone client:
Specifies the minimum allowed free disk space (in MB) on the server.
Specifies the time span in seconds before the alarm is set off if the minimum allowed free disk space is exceeded.
Specifies the maximum allowed processor usage in percent.
Specifies the time span in seconds before the alarm is set off if the maximum allowed processor usage is exceeded.
Specifies the maximum allowed memory usage in percent.
Specifies the time span in seconds before the alarm is set off if the maximum allowed memory usage is exceeded.
Specifies the maximum allowed number of pages (paging action) per second.
Specifies the time span in seconds before the alarm is set off if the maximum allowed pages per second are exceeded.
Specifies the maximum allowed network packets that are transferred per second.
Specifies the time span in seconds before the alarm is set off if the maximum allowed network packets per second are exceeded.
Specifies a user who should be informed about alert messages via e-mail.
<name> is the user name for the e-mail address. Multiple listeners
can be specified by setting this preference as many times as needed.
It depends on the individual service which of the following preferences need to be set in the “Services” section of the IT Monitor Server app:
Key: Programs/monitorsrv/Services/<service name>/<preference>
Service in the IT Monitor Server app)
Specifies the script name that does the monitoring, e.g. AFP.pl.
Host in the IT Monitor Server app)
Specifies the server to be monitored. The string can also include a port number. It must be separated from the server name with a colon, e.g. localhost:2009.
Check Interval in the IT Monitor Server app)
States the interval in seconds with which the specified service is monitored.
User in the IT Monitor Server app)
Specifies the user name under which the login on the server host is done.
Password in the IT Monitor Server app)
Specifies the corresponding password for user.
The password is stored unencrypted in the preferences file.
Options in the IT Monitor Server app)
Allows specifying additional options for custom service scripts.