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check_mk local checks not working

by on Apr.25, 2016, under Uncategorized

So today I used a mysql replication check found here:

https://gist.github.com/jleggat/1349602

But I couldn’t get it to work.  I created the /usr/lib/check_mk_agent/local/ folder that all of the documentation says you need to put the script into.  I reinventoried, and did everything.  It wasn’t being found.  Then after an hour of searching I came across this gem:

check_mk_agent | head | grep Local

It told me that my local folder was in a different spot:

[root@web2 check_mk_agent]# check_mk_agent | head | grep Local
LocalDirectory: /usr/share/check-mk-agent/local

 

I moved the script there and wham!  It worked!

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Debragga Magento Conversion

by on Apr.23, 2016, under Magento

So we’ve recently worked on converting Debragga.com into a Magento site from a very uncommon platform called vsadmin.  It’s been absolutely stellar.  The design and everything else transferred over, so it was mainly just a back end conversion.  But we’ve seen seo rankings increase, ease of updating products and descriptions, and the availability of all the opportunities that the magento eco system has to offer.

We’ve configured everything as bundled products since everything in the warehouse is a single “part”.  Everything on the site is then broken down into a package containing the sku’s of all the parts that make up the package.  This has helped simplify the pick and pack process tremendously and allowed for quicker training and the allowance of seasonal pickers and packers to assist during busy times.

Anyway, if you haven’t had Dry Aged Beef, or Kobe Beef, I definitely suggest you head over to Debragga and get some!  Your mouth will thank you.

 

 

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