Monthly Archives: January 2015

High inode usage, storage may malfunction soon

This is a real life sample alert from indeni. The alert applies to Check Point firewalls, F5 Load Balancers, and any other Unix-based device. Description: Some file systems have reached a high usage of inodes. To learn more about inodes, please read the Wikipedia entry. SOL12263 also has a reference to this (for F5©). Affected File […]

Up Next: Crowd-sourced SaaS

Google released something today – a tool called The Customer Journey to Online Purchase. While this just a standalone tool at the moment, I’m sure we’ll witness parts of its capabilities integrated into Google Analytics at some point in the near future. This release, together a few more startups dotting the landscape (like RelateIQ, as described […]

F5 Active-Active in use, contrary to vendor recommendation

This is a real life sample alert from indeni Description: This device is part of an Active-Active HA configuration without an additional standby device. This is contrary to F5’s recommendations on the matter. Manual Remediation Steps: Add a standby member to the HA group. How does this alert work? indeni automatically determines when certain devices […]