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You will need two pcs one to serve as client and one to communicate with it. A typical client usually has 3 settings that can be modified. These are: Speed, delay time and retry delay. The more you adjust these values the more the animation will be distorted.
Our client is a Windows PC and connects to a Windows server that runs Microsoft DNS Server, that translates our ip address into our hostname. We use OpenNMS with a Tomcat server for our monitoring needs. The Tomcat server in turn sends heartbeats to a Tripwire server on our network. Tripwire is what detect most of our network intrusions. The firewall on the server will reject connections to some ports that we don’t want to connect to the client. The settings that are controlled by the client are: Port that the server should use for the heartbeat and port that it should use to send files over the internet.
The server has a static ip address that it uses for the heartbeat and to communicate with the client.
I have put several tutorials on how to set this up. If you have any questions please ask.
Delayed Event Log
Scenario: A drive is failing.
The driver reacts to a warning light on the drive by sending the drive a heartbeat. This makes OpenNMS pick it up. It works great.
The problem is that in our office we get a lot of drives going bad. They are all healthy when we first put them in the rack and are operating on all fronts. But as time goes on they degrade little by little. When the drives are not operating as expected the drivers react by sending a heartbeat.
The OpenNMS node picks this up but the drive is now failing. Due to the heartbeat it reacts much faster than the expected drive failure time. So as the drive is going down OpenNMS continues to send heartbeat messages that are more and more delayed as the drive has actually failed.
The problem was caused by the boss’s kids who smash everything in the drive rack to play video games. The drives send the heartbeat messages as a quick signal to the OpenNMS server so we get an up to date status of the drive.
The solution is simple. The wait command is used to stop the drivers from sending these messages.
# Wait for 30 minutes.
After a delay for 15 minutes the driver should stop sending heartbeat messages. So if a drive fails after this delay it will be picked up by OpenNMS. It should react