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Re: [Nagios-devel] Feature request

Postby Guest » Mon Jul 01, 2002 5:35 pm

In the same question area.

I have setup a NT hostgroup and a Unix hostgroup so that I can run the same
nrpe checks and nsclient checks on hosts. But I actually organize my groups
based on server apps and locations. Is there a way to have a hostgroup be
marked as "hidden" so it won't show on any screens ? Right now I have the same
hosts showing up in multiple groups on the status screens, which isn't horrible
it just confuses some of our guys when only one host is down and they see 2 or
more Critical's on the screen.

Thanks.


Quoting ABostick@mydoconline.com:

> Hi Folks,
>
> The hostgroup_name feature in service definitions is a lifesaver. Are
> there
> plans to implement any kind of servicegroup_name functionality?
>
> I use nrpe and run roughly from 3 to 20 checks behind nrpe on over 40
> hosts.
> If nrpe ever goes down, I get 3 to 20 pages instead of just 1. I can setup
> the service dependency now but it would require (3 to 20) * 40 hosts
> defintions in the file, something I don't care to do! :) If we had a
> service group, I could make a service group for every nrpe check per host
> and then 1 service dependency definition per host with the service group as
> the dependent services...
>
> Not sure how much work this would be or if many people would want this...
>
> Also, I noticed the service dependencies currently use the service
> description since there isn't a service name per se as there is with the
> hosts. Wouldn't this be required or useful for parsing purposes, names
> with
> no white space included?
>
> Just a sanity check here. I'd appreciate knowing what the developers think
> about this.
>
> Thanks,
> Aaron Bostick
>
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