This is (probably) my fault. I played a bit with ipv6 && libvirt, and I
rebooted the machine, and it doesn't boot up now :-( sorry for the noise.
If there's some console (VPN?) access that we could use to fix such problems
within our (CPT) team?
On Monday, April 26, 2021 10:06:41 PM CEST Nagios Monitoring User wrote:
> ***** Nagios *****
> Notification Type: PROBLEM
> Host: vmhost-x86-copr01.rdu-cc.fedoraproject.org
> State: DOWN
> Address: vmhost-x86-copr01.rdu-cc.fedoraproject.org
> Info: CHECK_NRPE STATE CRITICAL: Socket timeout after 30 seconds.
> Source: noc01.iad2.fedoraproject.org
> Date/Time: Mon Apr 26 20:06:41 GMT 2021
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