[smokeping-users] Re: spreading checks and target "aliasing"
Dan.McGinn-Combs at Geac.com
Wed Jun 9 16:44:25 MEST 2004
Kim, that's a pretty clever idea....
Of course, you'd have to have different CGI scripts for each config
file. This actually makes it easier since you can now have a "table of
contents" page which front-ends the multiple scripts. Now the sales reps
just have to know one simple URL and point to the one that says...
"sales reps"! :-)
I've been trying to figure out how to display only the routers (vs. the
mail servers) on my networks. So I'm going to try this!
| From: Sebastien Guilbaud <sguilbaud at oceanet-technology.com>
| Date: Wed, 09 Jun 2004 09:42:08 +0200
| >>Next, I wonder whether there's a clean way to have a target
| >>in two places in the config (tested only once, of course), in
| >>order to have an isp-centric view for the noc, and a
| >>customer-centric view for sales reps ?
| > there is not such featuere at this point in time I am afraid ...
| > sponsors welcome ...
| We can live without this feature, and it seems to be other methods
| to handle this kind of request (smokeping static site / frames /etc.)
| If I find something interesting, I'll tell the list
How about running 2 or 3 separate configs:
1 config will actually monitor all targets. This could possibly
also work for the NOC view of the world.
Then create a second config only used by the CGI called by the sales
reps, which can use the data collected by the first config. No daemon
would run for the second config.
Any other view you need, just create yet another config.
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