The Linux::Inodes probe monitors the specified file system and collects the following metric:
An inode is a data structure that holds information about files in a Linux file system. There is an inode for each file, and a file is uniquely identified by the file system on which it resides and its inode number on that system.
Requirements - The Red Hat Network monitoring daemon (
rhnmd) must be running on the monitored system to execute this probe.
Table A.18. Linux::Inodes settings
| Field || Value |
| File system* || / |
| Timeout* || 15 |
| Critical Maximum Inodes Percent Used || |
| Warning Maximum Inodes Percent Used || |