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Postby ggsuser » Fri Jan 14, 2022 8:07 pm

Hello everyone,

I think that I have the most unclear request (at least for me):
I started working with the Nagios 4.4 and today I have received the request to change the value from parked to gonzo.
The original request looks as follow:
change "parked" to "gonzo" on Nagios

I have tried to googled it but didn't find anything that can help to know what is that.

Only one search result contained some interesting information:

https://sourceforge.net/p/nagios/mailma ... /16305762/

There I was seeing the logs that contain that word:

Jan 6 18:00:23 gonzo nagios: EXTERNAL COMMAND:> > ENABLE_HOST_SVC_CHECKS;zeus
So it can be a type of "logs" parked or gonzo?

But perhaps it is not something that I'm searching for.
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Re: gonzo value

Postby pbroste » Mon Jan 17, 2022 5:54 pm

Hello @gguser

Thanks for reaching out, want to find out the exact check command and example output you are looking for, for clarification so we can see what these terms represent.

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