[Nagios-users] RE: [Nagiosplug-help] plugins that integrate w ith rrdtool

atonns at mail.ivillage.com atonns at mail.ivillage.com
Thu Sep 16 07:42:27 CEST 2004

Whoops. Looks like I got my feature timeline twisted. Sorry for the
confusion / mis-information - it's 3.0 that will be php-based.

Am I still correct in thinking native support for mysql data storage is
going away in 2.0?

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Anthony Tonns, UNIX Administrator - atonns at mail.ivillage.com 

> <marc> Where did you hear this? 2.0 is still using the same compiled
> CGI's as before. PHP based CGI's aren't targeted until at least 3.0
> which is most likley a year or more away. The move to PHP is a good
> thing in that people will be able to more easily customize the
> interface, integration with other software like cricket/cacti/rancid
> will be easier and the session tracking will be much easier than it is
> now.
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