The following is an explanation of the information found in the "K1000 Daily Run Output" and "K1000 Security Run Output" emails that are automatically send to K1000 Administrators every night at 3am. The Administrator account that receives the emails are configured at Settings->General Settings (must be done at the System UI if ORGs are enabled).
Comments in bold are below the sample output. Your output will vary slightly from that shown below.
Removing stale files from /var/preserve:
Cleaning out old system announcements:
Removing stale files from /var/rwho:
Backup passwd and group files:
Verifying group file syntax:
Backing up mail aliases:
All of the above are the standard freebsd maintenance messages
Filesystem 1K-blocks Used Avail Capacity Mounted on
/dev/twed0s1a 2026030 36780 1827168 2% /
devfs 1 1 0 100% /dev
/dev/twed0s1f 134105316 1003568 122373324 1% /kbox
/dev/twed0s1e 10154158 6365810 2976016 68% /usr
/dev/twed0s1d 2026030 3858 1860090 0% /var
/dev/twed1s1d 151368706 2722542 136536668 2% /kbackup
Last dump(s) done (Dump '>' file systems):
The above table reports various information about your disks.
Of interest are /kbox and /kbackup.
/kbox is where all the software for the kbox server lives. It's also where the software packages you upload to the server are kept.
If this starts getting close to full you should consider removing old unused packages or contacting KACE for an upgrade.
/kbackup is the drive where /kbox is backed up to. It should generally be about as full as the /kbox. Again if it is near full you should consider some cleanup actions.
The other mount points should not move very much in terms of usage.
Network interface status:
Name Mtu Network Address Ipkts Ierrs Opkts Oerrs
em0 1500 00:30:48:73:07:4c 332146 0 204673 0
em0 1500 192.168.2 kboxdev 308055 - 201832 -
em0 1500 fe80:1::230:4 fe80:1::230:48ff: 0 - 4 -
em1* 1500 00:30:48:73:07:4d 0 0 0 0
plip0 1500 0 0 0 0
lo0 16384 699 0 699 0
lo0 16384 your-net localhost 699 - 699 -
lo0 16384 localhost ::1 0 - 0 -
lo0 16384 fe80:4::1 fe80:4::1 0 - 0 -
This table is reporting information about the network status of the KACE K1000 appliance.In general, you should be making sure that Ierrs/Oerrs are zero. Other valuesindicate some sort of network failure. If you notice consistant errorsplease contact KACE support for assistance.
Local system status:
3:04PM up 3 days, 4:12, 0 users, load averages: 0.05, 0.20, 0.15
This indicates the amount of time the KACE K1000 appliance has been up since the last time it was powered off.You shouldn't see any users logged into the machine, and the load averages will vary withhow busy the KACE K1000 appliance was when this report was run.
Mail in local queue:
/var/spool/mqueue is empty
Total requests: 0
Mail in submit queue:
/var/spool/clientmqueue is empty
Total requests: 0
(output mailed separately)
Checking for rejected mail hosts:
Checking for denied zone transfers (AXFR and IXFR):
tar: Removing leading /' from member names
Standard freebsd messages regarding the health of the mail systems.There should not be anything in the Mail queues. If there is, please check your SMTP setting from the K1000 ui
[Thu Mar 17 15:05:31 PST 2005] KBOX Backup: Backup Complete.
Backup files available for off-box storage via ftp.
This is a KACE K1000 appliance specific message telling you that the backups have successfully completed and are on the /kbackup disk, available through the ftp interface.
[Thu Mar 17 15:05:31 PST 2005] KBOX RAID Status
Disk Array Detail Info not available during a rebuild.
If Rebuild in progress, % completion listed below
Disk Array Detail Status:
Unit UnitType Status %Cmpl Port Stripe Size(GB) Blocks
u0 RAID-1 OK - - - 149.05 312579760
u0-0 DISK OK - p0 - 149.05 312579760
u0-1 DISK OK - p1 - 149.05 312579760
Disk Array REBUILD Status:
/c0/u0 is not rebuilding, its current state is OK
Indicates the status of your raid drives. this information is available in the K1000 admin UI under Disks/Backup tab. If you ever see the disks DEGRADED or notREBUILDING properly, please contact KACE support to address the problem.
[Thu Mar 17 15:05:31 PST 2005] KBOX Database Maintenance
Daily routines to maintain database performance.
DB Table Maintenance Log:
# Connecting to localhost...
# Disconnecting from localhost...
-- End of daily output --
The database is checked nightly for any inconsistancies and automatically repaired.If you seen any failures from this output, please contact KACE support for assistance.