You run the check it on a host that does have the sensu-client installed.
I check my mysql services this way – I just have the check verbosely named since they’ll be associated with a host other than the storage/switch/host.
You obviously can’t do this if the check requires looking at a local running process or something that isn’t exposed via an API of some sort.
On Thursday, January 22, 2015 at 7:44:30 AM UTC-7, Meir Finkelstine wrote:
I want to migrate my environments hosts/storages/switch/ to sensu instead of using nagios.
I have some questions…
my nagios server is monitoring my storage’s environment with out installing 3rd party applications.
how can I add host/storage/switch with out installing the client on them?