[Nagiosplug-devel] devloper guidelines..

Volker.Aust at premiere.de Volker.Aust at premiere.de
Mon Jul 15 00:55:02 CEST 2002

I'm using named subroutines too. Is this restriction only important when
using ePN? Currently I'm not using ePN. Is there any possibility to test a
perl plugin for conformity with ePN beside to have a second installation?

To the naming: I'm a friend of verbose names. My scheme is to include not
only the 'transport' for the check (_snmp_, _smb_, ...) but also the source
of the information. I have several plugins which get their information over
SNMP from diffent MIB's. Eg.

check_snmp_cim_cpu	cpu utilization from Compaq Insight Manager
check_snmp_cim_fs		filesys utilization from CIM
check_snmp_cim_therm	thermal status from CIM
check_snmp_lm_service	service check from Lan Manager MIB for NT/W2K
check_snmp_rdbms_???	(not started coding because waiting for an answer
from IBM relating DB2 and SNMP)

What do you think?


> -----Original Message-----
> From: Subhendu Ghosh [mailto:sghosh at sghosh.org]
> Sent: Thursday, July 11, 2002 6:56 PM
> To: NagiosPlug Devel
> Subject: [Nagiosplug-devel] devloper guidelines..
> about named subroutines restrictions..
> Perhaps that should be nested named subroutines?
> see:
> http://perl.apache.org/guide/perl.html  
> I use named subroutines all the time :)
> Stanley - any comments?
> -- 
> -sg
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