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Re: hostmon: ignoring some actions?
Hi, On Tue, Aug 31, 1999 at 09:39:55AM -0700, Russell Van Tassell wrote: > > I just try to use Nocol Version 4.2.2beta2. I try to monitor some > > stations here with hostmon - but I want that some variables aren NOT > > monitored. Like DFspace_used. Because on some stations (or better: > > on a clusterstation) there can be some filesystems mounted, but they > > haven't to. hostmon detects that they can be mounted and either > > tells me that there is no space left or that there is too much of it. > > Which OS are you on? (guessing Solaris) Ooops - forgot that one: It is Solaris 2.6 and Solaris 7 (clients). > > On another station hostmon thinks a CPU which is idle 99% is > > critical... > > This can be changed in hostmon-confg. Thats what I expected. But it doesn't work as it seems - a value of 101 in every threshold will be ignored, also the other way around ( a -1 or a 0 as value). Btw: I found a bug in the portmon-Stuff: if I try to test e Webserver by GET /index.html or so, it expects as last Item for the second read a \n (the first read contains the Header of the response, the second one the page itself). If you don't have that (I have a customer who makes his pages with Microsoft Editors, Word or so) the read fails, portmon says there were 0 bytes transportated and the test itself fails. Ciao, Hanno -- i.A. Hanno Wagner, Central Services Xlink Internet Service GmbH [X] firstname.lastname@example.org [X] Tel: 0721/9652-211 [X] Fax: 0721/9652-209 [X] Geschaeftsfuehrer: Michael Rotert. Amtsgericht Karlsruhe HRB 8161. [X] Auftraege erledigen wir zu unseren Allgemeinen Geschaeftsbedingungen.