[smokeping-users] RES: Help to execute a Java Program in Alert Section

Andre Gustavo Lomonaco lomonaco at ipplus.com.br
Tue Jul 22 22:39:23 CEST 2008

Hi Ged,

I really have to use a script to resolve this problem using the following
aproach (I think that can be util to someone in future).

The export entries are not necessary but I left them to make the things more
readable. And the pattern is a easy one to raise a lot of alerts.

SmokePing Config

type = rtt
pattern = <300
comment = disparar incidente para o servico Skinny do CCM
to = |/usr/local/service/AbrirIncidenteSMOKEPING.sh
edgetrigger = yes


export JAVA_HOME=/usr/local/java
export PATH=$PATH:$JAVA_HOME/bin

#logger "Parametros Recebidos AbrirIncidenteSMOKEPING :  " $1 $2 $3 $4 $5 $6

/usr/local/java/bin/java -cp
.:/usr/local/service/web-api.jar:/usr/local/service/ AbrirIncidenteSMOKEPING
"$1" "$2" "$3"
 "$4" "$5" "$6"

Thanks a Lot

My Best Regards,

Andre Lomonaco

-----Mensagem original-----
De: G.W. Haywood [mailto:ged at jubileegroup.co.uk] 
Enviada em: domingo, 20 de julho de 2008 11:54
Para: Andre Gustavo Lomonaco
Cc: smokeping-users at lists.oetiker.ch
Assunto: Re: [smokeping-users] Help to execute a Java Program in Alert

Hi there,

> to = |/usr/local/j2sdk1.4.2_16/bin/java -cp.:/usr/local/service\
> /web-api.jar:/usr/local/service/ AbrirIncidenteSMOKEPING

> Jul 18 11:02:37 appliance smokeping[25386]:Can't exec "/usr/local\
> /j2sdk1.4.2_16/bin/java -cp .:/usr/local/service/web-api.jar:/usr\
> /local/service/ AbrirIncidenteSMOKEPING":
> No such file or directory at lib/Smokeping.pm line 1816.
> When I execute the same command in a Bash Shell (using Apache user) it
> without problem
> I tried to create a Bash Script in /usr/local/service/ directory calling
> java program but I got similar behaviour

I haven't seen any reply to your mail, so...    I have never used the
facilities you're using.  To help you, I think I'd need to see exactly
what you're doing.  You have not given precise information and the
information that you have given has not been clearly rendered by email.

It looks to me like there is whitespace in a command line that should
not be there.  You might want to check very carefully that the strings
of characters that you have in your configuration files and script are
exactly the same as what you typed at the keyboard.  Otherwise, use
'script' or something to capture a terminal session and send a record
of exactly what you see, it might shed some light on the problem.



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