[Xymon] xymon feature I would like to add
lebarber at gmail.com
Tue Mar 19 20:00:54 CET 2013
That would extremely helpful. Any idea when 5.0 will be released?
On Tue, Mar 19, 2013 at 4:10 AM, Henrik Størner <henrik at hswn.dk> wrote:
> On 14-03-2013 19:25, Tux Toes wrote:
> > I did float my feature suggestion on the regular mailing list - but I
> > think I was way to subtle. Here is the gmane archive link - it does
> > explain what I want to do.
> > http://permalink.gmane.org/**gmane.comp.monitoring.hobbit/**32063<http://permalink.gmane.org/gmane.comp.monitoring.hobbit/32063>
> thanks for your mail. Good ideas for enhancements are always welcome, and
> it certainly makes sense to be able to split the disk-status reports the
> way you propose.
> I was planning this feature, in a more general fashion. It can equally
> well be used for other of the combined status-reports, e.g. "procs" would
> be an obvious candidate for splitting up this way. So it is something that
> I plan on implementing via an enhancement to the analysis.cfg file. Right
> now my plan is to add a STATUS definition at a level above the current
> HOST/PAGE/GROUP ... definitions, something like:
> DISK / 70 90
> DISK /var 80 95
> DISK %^/oradata 95 98
> DISK %rollback 60 90
> DISK /var/lib/mysql 80 90
> so you can define the criteria that trigger a "disk_db" status by
> selecting on hostnames or any of the other criteria, and then defining the
> tests that go into the "disk_db" status.
> This would also allow you to combine tests that are now separate, e.g. all
> tests regarding a database instance:
> DISK ^/oradata/dbw1 80 90
> PROC ora_dbw1_wssu1
> I expect this to be ready for the 5.0 release, since this release involves
> a lot of enhancements to the xymond_client / analysis.cfg code.
> I have cross-posted this mail to the normal Xymon mailing list, since I
> expect there may be others who are interested in this. I hope you don't
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