After spending the last couple hours trying to figure out why the event console wasn’t showing up in my manually upgraded OMD/check_mk install (that is OMD 1.2 w/ check_mk 1.2.4p5 upgraded to 1.2.6b10) even though mkeventd is running – here’s what you got to do: manually copy the files from your check_mk source directory into the install director. The setup script does everything else for your, except that.
cd ~ cd check_mk-1.2.6b10/mkeventd.src rsync -av web/* ~/local/share/check_mk/web/ sending incremental file list htdocs/ htdocs/mkeventd.py htdocs/images/button_mkeventd_hi.png htdocs/images/button_mkeventd_lo.png htdocs/images/icon_ack.png htdocs/images/icon_clear.png htdocs/images/icon_counting.png htdocs/images/icon_delayed.png htdocs/images/icon_mkeventd.png htdocs/images/icon_resetcounters.png plugins/ plugins/config/ plugins/config/mkeventd.py plugins/icons/ plugins/icons/mkeventd.py plugins/sidebar/ plugins/sidebar/mkeventd.py plugins/views/ plugins/views/mkeventd.py plugins/visuals/ plugins/visuals/mkeventd.py plugins/wato/ plugins/wato/mkeventd.py sent 210,421 bytes received 346 bytes 421,534.00 bytes/sec total size is 209,125 speedup is 0.99
That’s it. WATO should now show the event console again and things like rule based notification will also work.