ndctl-monitor - Monitor the smart events of nvdimm objects
ndctl monitor [<options>]
Ndctl monitor is used for monitoring the smart events of nvdimm objects and dumping the json format notifications to syslog, standard output or a logfile.
The objects to monitor and smart events to notify can be selected by setting options and/or the default configuration file (/etc/ndctl/monitor.conf). Both of the values in configuration file and in options will work. If there is a conflict, the values in options will override the values in configuration file. The changed values in configuration file will work after the monitor is restarted.
Run a monitor as a daemon to monitor DIMMs on bus “nfit_test.1”
ndctl monitor --bus=nfit_test.1 --daemon
Run a monitor as a one-shot command and output the notifications to /var/log/ndctl.log
ndctl monitor --log=/var/log/ndctl.log
Run a monitor daemon as a system service
systemctl start ndctl-monitor.service
Enforce that the operation only be carried on devices that are attached to the given bus. Where bus can be a provider name or a bus id number.
A nmemX device name, or dimm id number. Select the devices to monitor reference the given dimm.
A regionX device name, or a region id number. The keyword all can be specified to carry out the operation on every region in the system, optionally filtered by bus id (see –bus= option).
A namespaceX.Y device name, or namespace region plus id tuple X.Y.
Send log messages to the specified destination.
“<file>”: Send log messages to specified <file>. When fopen() is not able to open <file>, log messages will be forwarded to syslog.
“syslog”: Send messages to syslog.
“standard”: Send messages to standard output.
The default log destination is syslog if “–daemon” is specified, otherwise standard. Note that standard and relative path for `<file> will not work if “–daemon” is specified.
Provide the config file to use. This overrides the default config typically found in /etc/ndctl/
Run a monitor as a daemon.
Name of an smart health event from the following:
“dimm-spares-remaining”: Spare Blocks Remaining value has gone below the pre-programmed threshold.
“dimm-media-temperature”: NVDIMM Media temperature value has gone above the pre-programmed threshold.
“dimm-controller-temperature”: NVDIMM Controller temperature value has gone above the pre-programmed threshold.
“dimm-health-state”: NVDIMM Normal Health Status has changed
“dimm-unclean-shutdown”: NVDIMM Last Shutdown Status was a unclean shutdown.
The monitor will attempt to enable the alarm control bits for all specified events.
Output monitor notification as human friendly json format instead of the default machine friendly json format.
Emit extra debug messages to log.
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