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For your Service question, in theory, this should be possible using a Custom SNMP Monitor. Here's what you would do:
- Click Device
- Go to All Managed Devices.
- Select the Device that has the Service Monitors
- Click "Add -> Add New Monitor"
- On the left-hand side, click "SNMP"
- On the right-hand side, click "Custom SNMP (Wizard)".
- Ensure the Address and SNMP Community name are correct and enter the following OID: 188.8.131.52.184.108.40.206.2.3.1
- Click "Next".
- Under the "svSvcOperatingState" column, click the entry for the service in question and click 'next'.
- Under Comparison Rules, select "Fail if Value is one of the following checked values" and check all boxes.
- Click 'Next'
This should provide you with a table of all Active services. I forgot to mention that you will need to start the service in order to see it here.
The Monitor should now fail if the Service is either Active(1), Continue-Pending(2), Pause-Pending(3) or Paused(4).
For your Free Drive Space question, you would use a similar method. The only problem is that the Host-MIB does not provide free space. It provides Total Space and used Space. On the other hand, the Informant MIB provides Free Megabytes (see http://ipmsupport.solarwinds.com/mibs/INFORMANT-STD/item.aspx?id=lDiskFreeMegabytes). Here's what you would need to do:
- Download and SNMP Informant Standard on the remote system you wish to monitor from here:
- Go back to the Add New Monitor page and run the Custom SNMP (Wizard).
- Ensure that the address and Community name are correct and enter the following OID: 220.127.116.11.4.1.9600.1.1.1.1.20
- Click 'Select' next to the drive you wish to monitor.
- For "Comparison Rules" select "Pass if Value matches a set of Boolean Rules" and set it to less than 10000
- Click 'Next'
As a result, Monitor will only pass if FreeSpace on system is less than 10 000 Megabytes (approx 10 Gigs)