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[root@~]# /etc/init.d/pcmonitor status
pcmonitord (pid 23215) is running...
[root@myomni ~]# /etc/init.d/pcmonitor status
 
Message from syslogd@at Mar 27 06:19:39 ...
 * glibc detected *** /usr/sbin/pcmonitord: double free or corruption (fasttop): 0x00000000023c4a40 ***
pcmonitord is stopped
[root@~]# /etc/init.d/pcmonitor status
pcmonitord is stopped
[root@myomni ~]# uname -r
2.6.32-358.0.1.el6.x86_64
[root@myomni ~]#
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no "crash" directory found in /var

 

not every time the error show but the service stop after few sec I start

 

I found this message in /var/log/message

 

Mar 27 06:16:21 xxxxx pcmonitor: Could not get existing notifications: SOAP 1.1 fault: SOAP-ENV:Server[no subcode]#012"System.Web.Services.Protocols.SoapException: Server was unable to process request. ---> MM.Monitor.WebService.InvalidAccountException: Invalid username and/or password (295).#015#012   at MM.Monitor.WebService.ServerLite.GetCurrentNotificationsForComputer(String username, String password, String computerIdentifier)#015#012   --- End of inner exception stack trace ---"#012Detail: [no detail]
Mar 27 06:16:23 xxxxx pcmonitor: Last error getting group policy SOAP 1.1 fault: SOAP-ENV:Server[no subcode]#012"System.Web.Services.Protocols.SoapException: Server was unable to process request. ---> MM.Monitor.WebService.InvalidAccountException: Invalid username and/or password (295).#015#012   at MM.Monitor.WebService.ServerLite.GetGroupPolicyXml(String username, String password, String name)#015#012   --- End of inner exception stack trace ---"#012Detail: [no detail]
Mar 27 06:16:25 xxxxx pcmonitor: Received request Stop monitoring service 'Invalid username and/or password (295).' 
Mar 27 06:18:00 xxxxx pcmonitor: Could not get server info SOAP 1.1 fault: SOAP-ENV:Server[no subcode]#012"System.Web.Services.Protocols.SoapException: Server was unable to process request. ---> MM.Monitor.WebService.InvalidAccountException: Invalid username and/or password (295).#015#012   at MM.Monitor.WebService.ServerLite.GetServerInfoForAccount(String username, String password)#015#012   --- End of inner exception stack trace ---"#012Detail: [no detail]
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I copy the /etc/pcmonitor/sample.config.xml to /etc/pcmonitor/config.xml and edited only 2 field (red) username and password and it's correct username and password 

 

[root@xxxx ~]# cat /etc/pcmonitor/config.xml

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8" standalone="yes"?>

<config xmlns="http://www.pulseway.com/linuxconfig">

  <!--Account Information-->

  <!--Username: <Real User Name>-->

  <!--Password: <Real Password>-->

  <!--UseCustomServer: Enable this option only if you have a dedicated Enterprise Server assigned to your account-->

  <!--CustomServerAddress: If you have used UseCustomServer="true" you must specify the server address of the Enterprise Server-->

  <Account Username="username" Password="password" UseCustomServer="false" CustomServerAddress="" />

 

  <!--Computer Information-->

  <!--Name: the name you want this computer to be listed as (Default: Linux computer name)-->

  <!--Group: the name of the group you want this computer to be listed in (Default: "Default")-->

  <ComputerInformation Name="" Group="" />

 

  <!--Allowed Commands-->

  <!--What commands are allowed on this computer-->

  <!--Possible nodes are Restart ,ShutDown, PowerOff, Suspend, Hibernate-->

  <!--For each node the following argument must be present: Allowed (Values: true or false)-->

  <AllowedCommands>

    <Restart Allowed="true" />

    <ShutDown Allowed="true" />

    <PowerOff Allowed="true" />

    <Suspend Allowed="true" />

    <Hibernate Allowed="true" />

  </AllowedCommands>

 

  <!--Notifications-->

  <Notifications>

    <!--Send a notification when the computer is offline-->

    <!--Enabled: true or false-->

    <WhenOffline Enabled="false" />

    <!--Send a notification when the computer comes online-->

    <!--Enabled: true or false-->

    <OnOnline Enabled="false" />

    <!--Send a notification when the computer shuts down-->

    <!--Enabled: true or false-->

    <OnShutdown Enabled="false" />

    <!--Send a notification when the computer's available memory is bellow a certain percentage-->

    <!--Percentage: the percentage (between 10 and 90)-->

    <!--Enabled: true or false-->

    <MemoryLow Percentage="10" Enabled="false" />

    <!--Send a notification when the computer's cpu usage is greater than a percentage for n minutes-->

    <!--Percentage: the percentage (between 10 and 90)-->

    <!--Minutes: n -the number of minutes (between 1 and 120)-->

    <!--Enabled: true or false-->

    <HighCpuUsage Percentage="90" Minutes="1" Enabled="false" />

    <!--Send a notification when the computer's cpu usage is less than a percentage for n minutes-->

    <!--Percentage: the percentage (between 10 and 90)-->

    <!--Minutes: n -the number of minutes (between 1 and 120)-->

    <!--Enabled: true or false-->

    <LowCpuUsage Percentage="10" Minutes="1" Enabled="false" />

    <!--Send a notification when a port is closed for n minutes-->

    <!--Minutes: n -the number of minutes (between 1 and 120)-->

    <!--Enabled: true or false-->

    <PortClosed Minutes="1" Enabled="false" />

    <!--Send a notification when the space is low on a hdd. You can add multiple hdds by adding multiple <Hdd .../> nodes-->

    <!--Percentage: the percentage (between 10 and 90)-->

    <!--Path: the mount path-->

    <!--Enabled: true or false-->

    <LowHDDSpace Enabled="false">

      <Hdd Percentage="20" Path="/" Enabled="true" />

    </LowHDDSpace>

    <!--Send a notification when the public IP has changed-->

    <!--Enabled: true or false-->

    <IpChange Enabled="true"/>

    <!--Ping Responses - allows the monitoring of network speed to various addresses-->

    <!--You can add multiple PingResponse nodes-->

    <!--Enabled: true or false. You can disable all ping response notifications notifications-->

    <PingResponses Enabled="false">

    <!--Address: the ip or hostname you want pinged-->

    <!--Position: the order in which these rules are evaluated-->

    <!--Miliseconds: the value that defines a slow ping response-->

    <!--Minutes: for how many minutes should the condition stay activated before a notification is sent-->

    <!--PriorityOnSlowResponse: the priority for the slow response notification-->

    <!--PriorityOnNoResponse: the priority for the no response notification-->

    <!--Possible values for PriorityOnSlowResponse and PriorityOnNoResponse: 0=Critical, 1=Elevated, 2=Normal, 3=Low -->

    <PingResponse PriorityOnSlowResponse="1" PriorityOnNoResponse="0" Minutes="5" Miliseconds="50" Alias="Printer" Address="10.10.10.2" Position="1"/>

    </PingResponses>

  </Notifications>

  <!--Network-->

  <!--Network related configs-->

  <Network>

    <!--Ping-->

    <!--Monitor ping response time to a specific server-->

    <!--Server: the IP or hostname of the server-->

    <!--Enabled: true or false-->

    <Ping Server="" Enabled="false" />

    <!--Monitored Ports-->

    <!--You can monitor if a port is closed or opened-->

    <!--You can monitor multiple ports by adding multiple <Port.../> tags-->

    <MonitoredPorts>

      <!--Type - port's type (TCP or UDP)-->

      <!--Number- port's number-->

      <!--Name- port's name -->

      <!--Name- port's address (only applicable if port type is TCP)-->

      <Port Type="TCP" Number="80" Name="80" Address="www.google.com"/>

    </MonitoredPorts>

    <!--Network Interfaces-->

    <!--The network interfaces you want to monitor-->

    <!--You can specify multiple interfaces , by adding multiple <Interface../> tags-->

    <NetworkInterfaces>

      <!--Name - the name of the interface-->

      <Interface Name="eth0" />

    </NetworkInterfaces>

    <!--Wake on WAN settings-->

    <!--Port- the port on which the packet will be send-->

    <!--Enabled: true or false-->

    <WoWAN Port="9" Enabled="false"/>

  </Network>

  <!--Specify if this computer is in maintenance mode or not-->

  <!--Possible values: true or false-->

  <MaintenanceMode>false</MaintenanceMode>

  <!--Specify if you use a proxy.-->

  <!--Enabled: true or false-->

  <!--Host: the IP or hostname of the proxy server-->

  <!--Port: the port for the proxy server (not mandatory default 8080)-->

  <!--User: the user for the proxy server (not mandatory)-->

  <!--Password: the password for the proxy server(not mandatory-->

  <Proxy Enabled="false" Host="proxy.host" Port="8080" User="proxy.user" Password="proxy.password"/>

</config>

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