[smokeping-users] RemoteFping to Multiple Machines
alter3d at alter3d.ca
Sat Sep 1 16:36:05 CEST 2007
You can create 'sub probes' which inherit settings from their parent.
*** Probes ***
*** Targets ***
menu = From pth01
title = Network view from pth01
probe = RemoteFPHost1
menu = From pth02
title = Network view from pth02
probe = RemoteFPHost2
The RemoteFPTHost? probes inherit all of the settings (binary, rbinary,
etc) from their parent (RemoteFPing), but override their own rhost
settings. Other settings can be overridden too, not just rhost (e.g. if
your fping binary is on different paths on the remote hosts, override
the rbinary setting for the appropriate sub-probes). The sub-probes can
be referenced just like normal probes in your Targets section.
Hope that helps,
Martin Rheumer wrote:
> Have been trying to get RemoteFping working to multiple machines.
> Currently the amount of hosts my remote test machines have are
> causing an issue trying to display the graphs on those machines.
> So my idea was to use a faster machine for the display and to
> remote log in to the testers and collect the stats. It seems the
> rhost option is only allowed once in the config though.
> binary = /usr/bin/ssh # mandatory
> rbinary = /usr/bin/fping # mandatory
> hostinterval = 1.5
> mininterval = 0.001
> offset = 50%
> packetsize = 5000
> pings = 20
> rhost = pth01 # mandatory
> -- cut --
> Host = 192.168.1.1
> Host = 192.168.1.2
> Host = 192.168.1.3
> I would like to have 5 rhosts.
> Is this possible ?
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