[Xymon] Modifying scheduled disable/enable

Ralph Mitchell ralphmitchell at gmail.com
Thu Oct 31 17:57:13 CET 2013

I believe the xymond.chk is a checkpoint file, where Xymon remembers the
state of the world to be able to reload it on restarting. You'd probably
need to shutdown xymon, edit the file, then restart xymon.

Ralph Mitchell
On Oct 31, 2013 11:10 AM, "Mike Burger" <mburger at bubbanfriends.org> wrote:

> We have maintenance scheduled for 14 servers in our environment this
> Saturday night. Knowing that the systems could be rebooted, etc, anytime
> between 9PM and 1AM, I've prescheduled these servers to be "disabled" from
> 2059 on Saturday night thru 0101 on Sunday morning.
> I'm now being given a directive to have these systems disabled from 1959
> to 0101.
> I'd like to be able to modify the existing schedule, without having to
> remove and recreate them. As the GUI doesn't provide this option (only an
> option to cancel), I'm hoping that I can find a file wherein I can modify
> the schedule.
> I've found $XYMONHOME/server/tmp/xymond.chk, and tried modifying that
> file, but the changes do not seem to be filtering into the Maintenance
> screen.
> Is there a file that I can modify? If so, where is it?
> Thank you.
> --
> Mike Burger
> http://www.bubbanfriends.org
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