Turns out that when installing Pandora FMS from the ISO, it does everything
for you except for opening up the firewall port to allow the agent to
Looking good now.
On Fri, Apr 20, 2012 at 10:08 PM, Alex Davidson <
> I am a little confused how best (and easily) to determine things like
> Drive Usage using Pandora.
> I installed the Windows Agent on my Windows Workstation and expected it to
> check in periodically, but it hasn't in the 12 hours it's been installed.
> Or maybe it has, and I don't know how to get at the information.
> I tried duplicating a monitor from the system-created PandoraFMS agent by
> creating a Data Server Module for my system with a name of *disk_root_free
> * but it never initialises.
> Referencing pandora_agent.conf, I changed the module name to *FreeDiskC* but
> it also never initialises.
> I don't see an option to create an equivalent drive usage module using
> WMI, so I tried creating a WMI module for Free RAM but it never initialises.
> I seem to be missing something fundamental here, and matter how many times
> I read the Docs I'm not seeing it.
> Could someone help me understand what I'm missing?