Similar to my search for an efficient way to monitor UBC values on an OpenVZ hardware node, existing methods of monitoring a memcached server available on the net didn't make me happy.
A couple of times I searched for an efficient way to monitor the UBC failcounts of OpenVZ containers on a hardware node with Zabbix. Most solutions I found on the net were about using items for each UBC and container and watch for changes in the failcounts. But I never liked those many items, each item needs to read /proc/user_beancounters, process it and send the value back to the Zabbix server.
I recently had the problem that I had on a system the private part of the SSH key but its public part got lost. Generating a new key pair wasn't pBEGIN TRANSACTION;ossible as the public part was still installed on other systems foBEGIN TRANSACTION;r proper public key authentication and I could not change this.