[Xymon] dropping a column question

Scot Kreienkamp SKreien at la-z-boy.com
Wed Mar 20 16:23:45 CET 2013

I don't think that's possible.

Don't forget what the xymon client is really doing. You are sending a command to the xymon server using the xymon client.  The client has no idea what the message means or if its even valid. All it knows is whether or not it successfully delivers the message. It's returning status based on that.

Scot Kreienkamp

On Mar 20, 2013, at 11:18 AM, "Isaac W Traxler" <traxler at lsu.edu> wrote:

> When I do a command such as this:
>    xymon "drop node column""
> I notice regardless of success or failure it returns a 0. Would it be feasible for it to return non-zero if host and/or column do not exist (preferably a different error code for each case)?
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