[Xymon] Question about "all non-green view" and edit critical systems
mburger at bubbanfriends.org
Wed Oct 9 14:09:56 CEST 2013
It's likely that, at one point, you (or someone in your organization) ran
something like this on your Xymon server:
htpasswd -c $XYMONHOME/etc/xymonpasswd <username>
to create a password file Xymon's use and/or:
htpasswd $XYMONHOME/etc/xymonpasswd <username>
to update it with additional users or to change a user's password.
You'll want to look for "xymonpaswd" somewhere and check the contents for
a username and either change a password (for a generic, multi-use user)or
add a new user to do so (using the second command).
"It's always suicide-mission this, save-the-planet that. No one ever just
stops by to say 'hi' anymore." --Colonel Jack O'Neill, SG1
> I was wondering if there was a way to control which systems were
> summarized in the "all non-green view" window.
> I'd like to use this as a sort of front end for our operations staff to
> monitor and don't need to have them calling about every
> little thing.
> Also, I can't seem to find the correct user/pass to use when
> trying to run the "edit critical systems" or "acknowledge
> alert" pages. I'm running on Red Hat ES 5.9 and using Firefox for my
> browser. Keeps saying the password is invalid. I've
> tried the "xymon" account, "root" and even added a password to the
> "apache" account, but no success. What is expected
> Ken Shackelford
> Information Technology
> Siemens Industry Sector
> Siemens Product Lifecycle Management Software Inc.
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