[hobbit] big brother replacement
joe at tmsusa.com
Fri Nov 2 18:20:48 CET 2007
Since you've stopped using the script, would you be willing to share it
for posterity sake?
Tod Hansmann wrote:
> For posterity:
> We use mrtg to do all our SNMP polling (I know devmon is the popular
> solution hear, but it’s messy and so multi-filed so we have a bad
> taste for it) and for traps we have a script we stopped using
> recently, but it was setup much like Henrik stated. It was just added
> to hobbit-alerts.cfg and life was good.
> *Tod Hansmann*
> Network Engineer
> [http://www.directpointe.com/] <http://www.directpointe.com/>
> *From:* Josh Luthman [mailto:josh at imaginenetworksllc.com]
> *Sent:* Friday, November 02, 2007 8:48 AM
> *To:* hobbit at hswn.dk
> *Subject:* Re: [hobbit] big brother replacement
> I believe there is a workaround for it using something else. I know
> you can find it in the mailing list archives - it has been asked and
> discussed many times.
> I read that Henrik has SNMP planned for a later release, too, though I
> don't believe that is confirmed.
> On 11/2/07, *PAUL WILLIAMSON* <pwilliamson at mtb.com
> <mailto:pwilliamson at mtb.com>> wrote:
> The biggest problem I have with going to Hobbit is there is no snmp
> trap sending support. We don't use BB as our main interface for
> showing all alerts, but it is required and we do send snmp traps from
> the BBPAGER to our main dashboard of alerts. Is this functionality in
> Hobbit yet?
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