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     Re: [snips-users] avoiding extraneous hostmon data

On Thu, Nov 15, 2001 at 11:53:45AM -0800, Jon Polak wrote:
> To all...
> Is there a way to avoid displaying data from a hostmon
> info-mode display when the data is deemed superfluous?
>  For example... when a Solaris system has a cdrom in
> the device, hostmon reports the DFinodes_%used=0 for
> several /cdrom automount partitions.  Another example
> is DFspace_%used on partitions such as /dev/fd that
> really don't need monitoring.  
> I know I can alter thresholds to keep them out of the
> warn/error/critical displays but how about if I want
> to avoid the info display completely.  
> It would be nice to have a mechanism to avoid
> cluttering the display.  I guess I'm asking whether an
> "I don't care" setting is available.
> Thanks
> Jon

Something like:

  DFspace_avail   *       5 4 -1           ^/cdrom$
  DFspace_%used   *       80 90  -1      ^/cdrom$
  DFspace_%used   *       80 90  -1      ^/dev/fd$


(Just pulling that out of my you-know-what, but that should work for
you, I think)


Russell M. Van Tassell
russell at loosenut com

"Someday, we'll look back on this, laugh nervously and change the subject."

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