Ability to exclude one or more filesystem monitoring

Discussion in 'Feature Requests' started by djbill, Apr 23, 2009.

  1. djbill

    djbill New Member

    I have this server filesystem (RPM I from www.ovh.com):

    Filesystem  	Type  	Size  	Used  	Available  	Use%  	Mounted on
    /dev/sda1	         ext3	        9.7G	1.3G	           7.9G	14%   	/
    tmpfs	                 tmpfs	245M	0	           245M	0%	/lib/init/rw
    udev	                 tmpfs	10M	24K	            10M	1%	/dev
    tmpfs	                 tmpfs	245M	0	         245M	0%	/dev/shm
    /dev/root            cramfs	4.6M	4.6M          	0	100%	/initrd
    I need exclude "/dev/root" from monitoring because i have a permanent error on "overview".

    Thanks in advance.
  2. vogelor

    vogelor ISPConfig Developer ISPConfig Developer

    what is this device used for

    is it a flash - card?
    if yes i think it is better, if i exclude all partitons with file-system type = "cramfs" because this file-system type is always 100% full.

    is this correct? (sorry for my "stupid" question, but i didn't have this type of FS at my computer as i developed the monitor...)

  3. djbill

    djbill New Member

    Hello, "/dev/root" is not a flash card. OVH.com provides low-cost dedicated servers with iSCSI storage (or NFS), server don`t have physical hard drives, the swap is located on a pendrive) and also the possibility of a netboot kernel. "/dev/root" seems that it is a network filesystem that containst kernel.

    Ask if you need more help

    Thanks in advance, sorry for my english.
  4. vogelor

    vogelor ISPConfig Developer ISPConfig Developer


    ok - i think about, what we can do...
  5. tebokkel

    tebokkel New Member

    Device /dev/root is a ramdisk mounted on /initrd. Normally that's not needed after booting. Just unount it and you should be done with it. Perhaps uncomment it in /etc/fstab.

    (as root)
    umount /initrd

  6. vogelor

    vogelor ISPConfig Developer ISPConfig Developer

    will be removed

    till and i decided to remove the cramfs file - type from the monitor at the next version of ispconfig.

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