quota2percent - Plugin to show disk usage in percent of quota hard limit.
All systems with "bash", "quota", "repquota" and "munin"
Systems with multiple users and individual storage space limitations administered via 'quota'
The following is the default configuration
[quota2percent_*] user root
You could define two alert levels, the graph language, min. human UID and dealing with system users
[quota2percent_*] env.warning [value] (default: 90) env.critical [value] (default: 95) env.language [en|de|es] (default: en) env.humanuid [value] (default: 1000, only need if there is an other value define for UID_MIN in /etc/login.defs) env.low_uid [never|no|yes] (default: never) set to no for producing rrd files for system user, but don't show those graphs (e.g. for later analyses) if set to yes system user graphs are drawn
Wild card Plugin for monitoring the utilization of devices with quota rules. A graph is drawn for each user, which shows the usage as a percentage of his hard limit. System accounts (UID <1000) are suppressed. In addition, a graph is displayed which indicates the ratio device size to device coverage. The script repqutoa, usually part of the package quota, is needed. The plugin itself can be stored in any directory. For example, the device sdb1 shell be monitored, a symbolic link must be created in the /etc/munin/plugins/ directory as follows:
ln -s /<path to file>/quota2percent_ quota2percent_sdb1
#%# family=auto #%# capabilities=autoconf
fix hard reading logic operation for skipping by Low_UID=never fix some slips fix some nitpicking details add env.low_uid add env.humanid add env.language add check if device exist add if no limitations administered via 'quota' for the device the total line is shown only add a few comments add POD documentation add example graph for Munin Plugin Gallery remove setting a PATH remove German comments
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