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HP ICE Linux - MOND keeps seg-faulting

Peter Lauda
Occasional Visitor

HP ICE Linux - MOND keeps seg-faulting

I'm hoping someone here will be able to help.

We run HP ICE for Linux and I've taken over the implementation mid-stream from another tech. I want to use Nagios to send alerts when things break. So far I've got 4 systems working well and showing OK status most of the time.

From time to time I get "Warning: Data is Stale" and have no idea why or how to fix that.

The biggest problem I have though, is one of the servers being monitored (running CentOS 5.2 x 64bit) Keeps showing the following error on the syslog:

MOND: Got signal Segmentation fault...sleeping

I've verified the hosts in the mon.conf WRT allowed_hosts and I can't find any other errors. No checks for this host succeed and I'm about ready to just accept I can't monitor this host at all. That won't go over well with the uppers so I'm asking here for any help.

We are running ICE v 2.00.01 under SIM 5.2 sp2.
Steven E. Protter
Exalted Contributor

Re: HP ICE Linux - MOND keeps seg-faulting


It looks with the very thin error data you provided that the software MOND is crashing, stopping data collection. Have you tried patching the system? Perhaps a new version will solve the problem.

Also removal and re-installation of the effected software might help.

Steven E Protter
Owner of ISN Corporation
Rigoberto Corujo
Frequent Advisor

Re: HP ICE Linux - MOND keeps seg-faulting

Hello Peter,

There was a mond segmentation fault issue that was fixed in ICE-Linux V2.10. Would you be able to upgrade to V2.10 and see if that solves the problem?

Thank you.