Michael Friedrich | 22 Jun 18:46 2010
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Re: tracker issue 451

Hiren Patel wrote:
> the attached diff is for,
> https://dev.icinga.org/issues/451
> only basic testing done.
>    

does not work for templates with service_description. the current 
reworked version is available here:
https://git.icinga.org/?p=icinga-core.git;a=commit;h=f3550ee90d7a74cc74bffd5dfafc0301a4aa37e6

it throws an error before adding service objects to skiplist, which is 
fine. see https://dev.icinga.org/issues/451 for further information and 
tests.

Will be applied for 1.0.2 if no negative feedback - so please test! :)

kind regards,
Michael

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Michael Friedrich | 23 Jun 16:48 2010
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add gnulib to icinga

Hi,

since I am currently investigating some compilation issues on Solaris 
(refer to #521 reported by Alexander Swark), we figured that the 
snprintf.c/.h are rather old in comparison and not even used regarding 
current configure routines checking for *snprintf/*sprintf.

I've talked a bit with Ton and Holger on irc about that, the 
nagiosplugins make use of gnulib for that reason, shipping with a 
standardized toolkit (or similar phrase here).
For resolving issues on at least Solaris configure.in needs to be 
adapted - during this period of work time it would be great to discuss 
about adding gnulib to Icinga Core/IDOUtils. It's mostly asprintf 
failing but in regard of other stuff to come/to be used, this library 
will prevent more failures in the future.

What's your opinion on that?

(this is not something for 1.0.2 but afterwards!)

Kind regards,
Michael

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Massimo Forni | 24 Jun 08:55 2010
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Re: add gnulib to icinga

Hi Michael,
 I totally agree to with you, we should include gnulib into our source and start using it.
massimo

On 23 Jun, 2010, at 4:48 PM, Michael Friedrich wrote:

> Hi,
> 
> since I am currently investigating some compilation issues on Solaris 
> (refer to #521 reported by Alexander Swark), we figured that the 
> snprintf.c/.h are rather old in comparison and not even used regarding 
> current configure routines checking for *snprintf/*sprintf.
> 
> I've talked a bit with Ton and Holger on irc about that, the 
> nagiosplugins make use of gnulib for that reason, shipping with a 
> standardized toolkit (or similar phrase here).
> For resolving issues on at least Solaris configure.in needs to be 
> adapted - during this period of work time it would be great to discuss 
> about adding gnulib to Icinga Core/IDOUtils. It's mostly asprintf 
> failing but in regard of other stuff to come/to be used, this library 
> will prevent more failures in the future.
> 
> What's your opinion on that?
> 
> (this is not something for 1.0.2 but afterwards!)

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Michael Friedrich | 24 Jun 09:03 2010
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Re: add gnulib to icinga

Michael Friedrich wrote:
> I've talked a bit with Ton and Holger on irc about that, the
> nagiosplugins make use of gnulib for that reason, shipping with a
> standardized toolkit (or similar phrase here).
> For resolving issues on at least Solaris configure.in needs to be
> adapted - during this period of work time it would be great to discuss
> about adding gnulib to Icinga Core/IDOUtils. It's mostly asprintf
> failing but in regard of other stuff to come/to be used, this library
> will prevent more failures in the future.
>    

One thing to add regarding ongoing development - gnulib is available 
through git, so it might be possible to work with an remote git 
submodule just like we do currently with docs and api on the core git. 
Only updating the master submodule pointer if necessary leaving 
everything ontouched if possible. Normal checkout by core git users 
would be affected with git submodule init & update.

Good/bad idea?

Kind regards,
Michael

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Massimo Forni | 24 Jun 09:10 2010
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Re: add gnulib to icinga

Well, I don't think they update so frequently the lib, may be we can just import the src

On 24 Jun, 2010, at 9:03 AM, Michael Friedrich wrote:

> gnulib is available through git, so it might be possible to work with an remote git submodule

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Michael Friedrich | 24 Jun 09:28 2010
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Re: add gnulib to icinga

Massimo Forni wrote:
> Well, I don't think they update so frequently the lib, may be we can just import the src
>    

Let's see what others might say - I want to discuss that in deep. Maybe 
it can be resolved by extending snprintf.c/.h for better usage, and 
better configure checking in the first place.

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Michael Friedrich | 24 Jun 11:15 2010
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News from Core, CGIs and IDOUtils

Hi,

this blog series catches up on the recent changes on Icinga IDOUtils, 
CGIs and Core.
It also tries to answer several questions regarding the real changes in 
comparison to Nagios (tm).

(it's much text, nice formatted and linked, so I am not posting this 
over here)

http://www.icinga.org/2010/06/21/news-from-core-cgis-idoutils-part-i/
http://www.icinga.org/2010/06/21/news-from-core-cgis-idoutils-part-ii/
http://www.icinga.org/2010/06/24/news-from-core-cgis-idoutils-part-iii/

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Michael

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multiple output of performance data

Hey Guys,

 

I have written a xml parser plugin which prints some values as performance data.

But it prints all data in one single line.

I tried the separate the single line into several but nagios_grapher cannot parse the output.

 

Output witch one line:

 

 

Output witch several:

 

 

I print after 5 Mailboxes a “\n” but now the nagios_grapher is not able the parse this string.

 

Does someone have an idea what I have to use to separate the whole performance string.

 

There is another weird thing:

The performance data output prints the first 5 boxes correctly but the other lines are above the first one – does it have to be?

 

Regards,

 

Fritjof

 

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Michael Friedrich | 30 Jun 12:18 2010
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RELEASED: Icinga 1.0.2 & Web 1.0.1

http://www.icinga.org/2010/06/30/released-icinga-1-0-2-web-1-0-1/

A new release, a new level of performance – Icinga 1.0.2 promises to be faster and well on the way to being fully robust. This release unifies the Core, API and Docs to version 1.0.2 with Web out of beta and into 1.0.1. Have a look below to see what’s been keeping us busy the last 60 or so days:

Web/Api/Docs

  • Core code reduced and made more robust
  • Core code detached to its owning modules
  • Module framework defined, extractor and installer
  • Principals now works in one step (one function code)
  • Instances included
  • Ajax driven filters, made some new filters
  • REST/Json api interface (web/api, https://dev.icinga.org/issues/305)
  • New summary cronk (faster, faster, faster)
  • New cronk list (also categories, faster, faster, faster)
  • Single click in the web interface
  • UI Translation (not complete)
  • Docs translations (not complete)
  • Docs can now be converted into .pdf

Core/CGIs/IDOUtils

  • Schedule Downtime for host and all services now works as expected
  • Servicechecks with excluded timeperiods are correctly re-scheduled
  • Fixes for Notification not/incorrectly being sent/calculated
  • Error out if service_description is missing in service definition
  • Added syslogd local facility
  • Use execv for active checks w/o metacharacters
  • Speed up loading retention.dat into the Core
  • Initscripts handle the lock file now correctly and outputs config errors
  • Add event profiling option and dumping entire scheduling queue
  • display_name on host/service defs displayed in classical UI (CGIs)
  • multiple urls for notes|action_url on host/service defs in classical UI
  • Resolved performance issues in IDOUtils, improved SQL queries and upgrade scripts

There was a long list of pending patches on the mailing lists and trackers, so check the changelog for more. As always, your feedback is welcome and we hope you like it!

You can also check out the new features in our updated Demo-System.


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