To get started, download the archive with the latest version of Zabbix agent for Windows from the official site https://www.zabbix.com/en/download_agentsContinue reading “How to install and configure Zabbix agent in Windows”
On the test, I will update the Zabbix Agent on different versions of the Ubuntu operating systems.Continue reading “How to Update Zabbix Agent on Ubuntu”
In the test, I’ll upgrade Zabbix Server 3.2 to version 4.2, running on the Ubuntu Server 14.04 operating system, similarly, I can upgrade to version newer 4.2, as well as upgrade older versions of Zabbix, for example 2.0, as well as on the Ubuntu 16.04 and Ubuntu 18.04 operating systems.Continue reading “Upgrading Zabbix 3.2 to 4.2 on Ubuntu”
Once I added a graph that draws the amount of payments from the MySQL billing database from another server.Continue reading “Creating an External Zabbix Validation for SQL SELECT Query”
I will give an example of monitoring PPS (Packets Per Second) on network interfaces in Linux.
In order to calculate the number of transmitted packets per second on the network interface, create two simple scripts, the first to calculate the transmitted packets:
We will monitor Asterisk through Zabbix agent, for this we install it on the same machine as Asterisk.Continue reading “Monitoring Asterisk in Zabbix”
I will give an example of checking the integrity of a file through checksum calculation using Zabbix agent.Continue reading “Tracking file changes via Zabbix”
Once I made a Zabbix template for drawing traffic graphs from GPON ports on Huawei SmartAX MA5683T.
From Linux, I looked at the interface indexes with the command:Continue reading “How to solve the error “Unknown Object Identifier (Index out of range: XXX (ifIndex))””
In this article I will describe the possible parameters of the configuration file of the Zabbix agent.
The symbol “#” means that the parameter is commented out and is the default, that is,
you can not specify it.