[Nagios-devel] Feature request

Christoph Maser cmr at financial.com
Fri Jan 12 18:10:22 UTC 2007


Hello

i am sorry i mixed up 2 scenarios. One is sth like traps the other is 
regular passive check. I also mixed up you and the original poster. But 
the point i wanted to make is that if there is any possibility (and i 
see that with smart in contrast to snmp-traps) one should try to go for 
regular checks with freshness checking. Otherwise you might end up with 
checks which actually don't work at all and therefore are no use. And 
also this way of doing checks eliminates the need for the original 
feature request.


Chris

Thomas Guyot-Sionnest wrote:
> Unfortunately I'm not the one who started this thread, and I'm not on the
> nagios-users list either.
> 
> Instead of telling me to follow the doc, you should rather _read_ it for
> yourself. Volatile checks are not meant to use freshness checking; it's for
> passive checks.
> 
> Traps are something that you never receive until there is a problem. The
> first poster also had something similar, where his disk monitoring only send
> alerts when a disk goes bad (Maybe there's other ways for disks, but not for
> traps). In this case freshness checking is _not_ an option.
> 
> Thomas
> 
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: nagios-devel-bounces at lists.sourceforge.net 
>> [mailto:nagios-devel-bounces at lists.sourceforge.net] On Behalf 
>> Of Christoph Maser
>> Sent: January 12, 2007 10:51
>> To: Nagios Developers List
>> Subject: Re: [Nagios-devel] Feature request
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>> Mayby you should stick to the docs instead of ignoring them. Using
>> passive, volatile checks which run regularly and have 
>> freshness checking
>> enabled is the right solution for something like cron-jobs,
>> smart-monitoring etc. Also this belongs on nagios-users and not to
>> nagios-devel!
>>
>> Chris
>>
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