Introduction-

Ravi Bhure co-founder of IndianGNU attended  2nd Check_MK Conference in Munich, Germany last October,2015 as delegate.

Ravi talked about “Migration from Solarwinds to Check_MK” in Check_MK Munich Conference.

For more information on presentation please visit https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/open-source-monitering-deadly-combo-migration-from-checkmk-burkule

 

Thank you,

Arun

 

 

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Jun
23
Posted on 23-06-2009
Filed Under (Linux Networking) by Ravi Bhure

This has been tested under RHEL 4/5, CentOS 4.4/5 and fedora 8 (kernel version 2.6.15+)

I found and stored few required rpm packages from various places that you will download from given.

http://www.4shared.com/file/113579629/ee5e0aed/libglade-017-11i386.html
http://www.4shared.com/file/113579642/2fd674e3/libglade-devel-017-11i386.html
http://www.4shared.com/file/113579654/dfaee097/libxml-1817-8i386.html
http://www.4shared.com/file/113579677/7491d3af/libxml-devel-1817-8i386.html
http://www.4shared.com/file/113579714/ba004fa4/php4-pcntl-449-1fc5i386.html
http://www.4shared.com/file/113579747/5e7eea5b/php4-pcntl-gtk-102-4fc5i386.html
http://www.4shared.com/file/113579758/d7dac68b/pptp-172-3fc5i386.html
http://www.4shared.com/file/113579764/f541d963/pptpconfig-20060821-1fc5noarch.html

After downloading these first you will have to install lib packages and then pptp packages

rpm -ivh –nodeps libglade-0.17-11.i386.rpm libglade-devel-0.17-11.i386.rpm  libxml-1.8.17-8.i386.rpm libxml-devel-1.8.17-8.i386.rpm

rpm -ivh pptp-1.7.2-3.fc5.i386.rpm pptpconfig-20060821-1.fc5.noarch.rpm php4-pcntl-gtk-1.0.2-4.fc5.i386.rpm php4-pcntl-4.4.9-1.fc5.i386.rpm

now go to the given image that I would like to show how I added vpn connection

1) open vpnclient configuration launchpad with “pptpconfig”

2)  Now create your profile with all the details and add

Now you have to set you external route or tunnel IP range into it for that click on “Routing” and set  “All to Tunnel” and update your profile.

Now start your vpn client.

–Ravi

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Jun
21
Posted on 21-06-2009
Filed Under (Shell scripting) by Ravi Bhure

Hello Friends,

Many days back, I have configured this storageworks devices of HP and nowadays one of my friend is having like the same issue’s with the os’s to configuring HP storageworks, he has been doing manual driver scan with hp_ltt tool every time when system has been rebooted. Actually there some thing missing with os’s but still this scripts work for him now.

#!/usr/bin/expect  —
# This expect script is useful and working with driver Diagnostic automated tool
# I have tested this over “HP StorageWorks Library and Tape Tools”
# Please change the option number 10 for rescan as per mention in your hp_ltt script.
# Some older hp_ltt script it has option number 9, so please check once this option.
# If you have any queries about this script please send email on ravi <at> indiangnu <dot> org
set timeout -1
spawn ./hp_ltt
match_max 100000
send — “r”
# Look for prompt
expect “ommand>”
# Send option 1 for hardware scan
send — “1r”
send — “r”
# Look for  prompt
expect “ommand>”
# Send option 3 for continue
send — “3r”
send — “r”
# Look for prompt
expect “ommand>”
# send option 10 for rescan
send — “10r”
send — “r”
# Look for prompt
expect “ommand>”
# Send 1 (exit) from L & TT
send — “1r”
send — “r”
expect eof

Suggestion : You have to run this expect script under the $HOME folder of hp_ltt script.

–Ravi

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