[Nagiosplug-devel] New specification method for thresholds - still a valid vison?
dermoth at aei.ca
Wed Apr 14 09:00:36 CEST 2010
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On 13/04/10 11:38 PM, Ingo Lantschner wrote:
> I am working on a quiet complex problem of a multiple-instance-check
> regarding the thresholds. (The complexity comes from the fact, that the
> thresholds are relative in % whereas the perfdata and thresholds in the
> perf-output are absolute values.)
> I started by programming around Nagios::Plugin::Threshold which now led
> to some thoughts about patching it. Then I found this document:
> Although not being directly related to the concrete problem, it is
> addressing some important aspects of it.
> Is this still a valid vision? Are there any plans in enhancing
> Nagios::Plugin 0.33 into this direction?
Absolutely. I think there may be some additional notes elsewhere but
this page explains is pretty much the plan. Now we'll need to start
coding this in C and Perl.
Our development effort is led by volunteers so any help coding this will
be greatly appreciated... Further down the road the new thresholds
library should be part of official C an Perl libraries to make writing
plugins in both languages much easier. Those libraries will handle other
aspects like argument passing, output, etc.
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