[mrtg] Re: Alert on No Response
gkwilliams at epcor.ca
Wed Jul 17 16:29:19 MEST 2002
Agreed. I should have qualified my post. Having a single cfg file with
multiple targets in it makes it considerably difficult.
I suppose one could pen a perl script to parse the cfg file for the word
target and (assuming you used the IP address in the target), parse it out
and use it for the "are you there?" part of the pre-scan test.
Makes a good case for using a single cfg file per target I suppose.
From: KELLY David (NQ) [SMTP:david.kelly at ergon.com.au]
I like the idea. It would certainly save me some processing time if
target was not available. Would be fairly easy to implement for my
configuration cause I have a cfg for each target. Test the target
availability and if ok then start to query the rest of the objects
cfg file. In this instance then you would be able to save on
traffic as well as time becasue you would not have to wait for the
timeout for each object.
Dont know how you would do it for a single config that has objects
mulitple targets though.
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