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     Re: snmpmon-client


Sorry then - I didn't realize that those were the complete contribs. I hope
you didn't perceive this as underminging any work you were doing, I know that
over the years I have been collecting scraps (such as the various y2k
suggestions) and they have been difficult to manage. I'm sure that I have
many different pieces on different machines ;)

Also, some people on this list have indicated that they have either come up
with some heavily tweaked nocol varieties, and some people just have shell
scripts which might be handy only in a few situations. Those were the kinds
of things I was thinking of, and really just want to help if I can.

Since this is the only chance I've had to "speak" with you (beg your pardon
for not writing you first on this), I would like to take the opportunity
to thank you for all of your great work. Since sometime in 1995 I have been
using NOCOL to monitor critical systems and it has performed and grown
beautifully. Much appreciated! You can count on the silent thanks of about
40,000 users over that time as well.

If there is anything I can do to contribute, please let me know.


Rick Robino

> On Tue, May 18, 1999 at 10:38:16AM -0400, Vikas Aggarwal wrote:
> I have always added all the contributions that I have recieved from NOCOL
> users as part of the core distribution (that includes a fair number of the
> monitoring scripts). If Ed sends their contribs to me then I will add it
> to the distrib.
> 	-vikas
> 	Vikas Aggarwal
> Rick Robino wrote:
> > 
> > Looks interesting, Ed. Maybe this is a good time to poll the list for
> > custom made add-ons and collect the links for easy access on a website.
> > I would be happy to donate the space and bandwidth, if anyone is interested.
> > 
> > If this sounds like a good idea to everyone, post the web locations of
> > your customizations/examples/whatever to the list (or if the maintainers
> > don't like that idea, directly to me) and I'll make a page. If you don't
> > have dedicated space available, contact me directly and I will make storage
> > arrangements (currently upload to, ftp://www.wavedivision.com/incoming).
> > 
> > There is no contrib directory on navya.com, so maybe we could compile one
> > of our own. What do you all think?
> > 
> > --Rick

Rick Robino                                  mailto:rrobino@wavedivision.com