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Re: [hobbit] Alert on files out of sync?
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- Subject: Re: [hobbit] Alert on files out of sync?
- From: Rich Smrcina <rsmrcina (at) wi.rr.com>
- Date: Wed, 10 Feb 2010 10:11:30 -0600
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A quick thought.... use rsync to eliminate the human from having to
remember about the second web server.
On 02/10/2010 09:53 AM, Tom Moore wrote:
I'm trying to figure out the best way for Xymon to alert when it detects that a httpd.conf file on two different webheads is different. Due to safety reasons we don't automate our web server config files, but rather use change control to keep them managed. I want to be able to see if someone modifies one config file on one server, but forgets to do it on the second one. I guess I could write a backend script to do it, but thought maybe there was a way to leverage the FILE monitor in hobbit-clients.cfg.
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