Bill Ayres | 1 Feb 21:19 2005

[opennms-devel] testing new auto-acknowledge up notifications

I've been doing a little testing with auto-acknowledge up notifications
and have identified the following issues.

1. no email notification occurs on the up for the target:
	<target>
		<name>ayres <at> net.orst.edu</name>
		<command>email</command>
	</target>

   If you look in the database with select * from usersnotified where notifyid=xx;
   the userid is listed as email-address and the contactinfo column is blank.
   If I use the following target, then the up notification works.
	<target>
		<name>ayres</name>
		<command>email</command>
	</target>

   Looking at the database again, the userid is ayres and the contactinfo is
   ayres <at> net.orst.edu

   I use the fully qualified email address alot to send to aliases defined elsewhere.
   These aliases are maintained by others to reflect changes in people and duties.
   I would rather not have to define dummy users for each of them.

2. The RESOLVED: prefix appears in the subject of the emails, but not in the body and
   not in the pages. The pages are just a duplicate of the original down. I suspect
   this is because RESOLVED: is prepended to the noticeid. People complain when the
   pages are too wordy (Really, they do!), so I don't include the noticeid in the
   message portion of the page, nor is the subject line included.

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Matt Brozowski | 1 Feb 23:23 2005

Re: [opennms-devel] testing new auto-acknowledge up notifications


On Feb 1, 2005, at 3:19 PM, Bill Ayres wrote:

> I've been doing a little testing with auto-acknowledge up notifications
> and have identified the following issues.
>
> 1. no email notification occurs on the up for the target:
> 	<target>
> 		<name>ayres <at> net.orst.edu</name>
> 		<command>email</command>
> 	</target>
>
>    If you look in the database with select * from usersnotified where  
> notifyid=xx;
>    the userid is listed as email-address and the contactinfo column is  
> blank.
>    If I use the following target, then the up notification works.
> 	<target>
> 		<name>ayres</name>
> 		<command>email</command>
> 	</target>
>
>    Looking at the database again, the userid is ayres and the  
> contactinfo is
>    ayres <at> net.orst.edu
>
>    I use the fully qualified email address alot to send to aliases  
> defined elsewhere.
>    These aliases are maintained by others to reflect changes in people  
> and duties.
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Bill Ayres | 2 Feb 00:00 2005

Re: [opennms-devel] testing new auto-acknowledge up notifications

On Tue, Feb 01, 2005 at 05:23:48PM -0500, Matt Brozowski wrote:
> 
> On Feb 1, 2005, at 3:19 PM, Bill Ayres wrote:
> 
> >I've been doing a little testing with auto-acknowledge up notifications
> >and have identified the following issues.
> >
> >1. no email notification occurs on the up for the target:
> >	<target>
> >		<name>ayres <at> net.orst.edu</name>
> >		<command>email</command>
> >	</target>
> >
> >   If you look in the database with select * from usersnotified where  
> >notifyid=xx;
> >   the userid is listed as email-address and the contactinfo column is  
> >blank.
> >   If I use the following target, then the up notification works.
> >	<target>
> >		<name>ayres</name>
> >		<command>email</command>
> >	</target>
> >
> >   Looking at the database again, the userid is ayres and the  
> >contactinfo is
> >   ayres <at> net.orst.edu
> >
> >   I use the fully qualified email address alot to send to aliases  
> >defined elsewhere.
> >   These aliases are maintained by others to reflect changes in people  
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David Hustace | 2 Feb 14:50 2005

[opennms-devel] Re: [opennms-discuss] filtering received x.25 and other traps


On Feb 1, 2005, at 3:21 PM, DJ Gregor wrote:

> I'm working on this per bug #898:

Sweet!

We are starting work on SNMPv3 today and perhaps we both should work 
off an SNMP feature branch.

-David

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Jesus M. Salvo Jr. | 2 Feb 23:51 2005

[opennms-devel] [Fwd: Re: [opennms-discuss] Timeoffset Incorrect on 1.14]


Anybody taken a peek at the patch that I submitted ?
Would be good its in CVS for those with the same timezone abbreviations 
for daylight savings and standard timezones.

-------- Original Message --------
Subject: 	Re: [opennms-discuss] Timeoffset Incorrect on 1.14
Date: 	Wed, 02 Feb 2005 17:47:59 +1100
From: 	Jesus M. Salvo Jr. <jesus.salvo <at> migasia.com>
Reply-To: 	opennms-discuss <at> lists.sourceforge.net
To: 	opennms-discuss <at> lists.sourceforge.net
References: 
<DB4C9178618877449F5782C0E492A67383FBCB <at> post.emerging.com.au> 
<45653.203.18.238.26.1105598405.squirrel <at> webmail.exetel.com.au> 
<08C29D84-659E-11D9-9ED5-000A95DBAD58 <at> opennms.org> 
<41FEBCDF.3010502 <at> migasia.com> <41FEE575.4030107 <at> migasia.com> 
<41FF1C85.4090207 <at> migasia.com> <42002DF6.9050404 <at> migasia.com> 
<42006E8C.80906 <at> migasia.com>

Jesus M. Salvo Jr. wrote:

> Jesus M. Salvo Jr. wrote:
>
>> Jesus M. Salvo Jr. wrote:
>>
>> That's actually correct ... the DST offset is the offset from 
>> standard time, which is almost always 1 hour.
>>
>> However, I have found the bug ID in Sun that affects Australian users:
>>
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Matt Brozowski | 3 Feb 04:10 2005

Re: [opennms-devel] [Fwd: Re: [opennms-discuss] Timeoffset Incorrect on 1.14]


On Feb 2, 2005, at 5:51 PM, Jesus M. Salvo Jr. wrote:

>
> Anybody taken a peek at the patch that I submitted ?
> Would be good its in CVS for those with the same timezone  
> abbreviations for daylight savings and standard timezones.

I didn't see where you put the patch.  What bug did you attach that to?

Matt

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Jesus M. Salvo Jr. | 4 Feb 00:20 2005

Re: [opennms-devel] [Fwd: Re: [opennms-discuss] Timeoffset Incorrect on 1.14]

Matt Brozowski wrote:

>
> On Feb 2, 2005, at 5:51 PM, Jesus M. Salvo Jr. wrote:
>
>>
>> Anybody taken a peek at the patch that I submitted ?
>> Would be good its in CVS for those with the same timezone  
>> abbreviations for daylight savings and standard timezones.
>
>
> I didn't see where you put the patch.  What bug did you attach that to?
>

It's bug 1079:

    http://bugzilla.opennms.org/cgi-bin/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=1079

I assigned it to "DJ Gregor" as he specifically said to in the 
discussion in opennms-discuss mailing list.

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Bill Ayres | 4 Feb 00:43 2005

[opennms-devel] cvs broke today??

I haven't been able to get cvs from sourceforge today. Is it
just me?

--Bill--

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David Hustace | 4 Feb 02:32 2005

Re: [opennms-devel] cvs broke today??


On Feb 3, 2005, at 6:43 PM, Bill Ayres wrote:

> I haven't been able to get cvs from sourceforge today. Is it
> just me?

Matt created a new branch this evening about 45 minutes before you 
dropped this note.  Seemed to be working (slow as usual) from here.

-David

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Bill Ayres | 4 Feb 04:03 2005

Re: [opennms-devel] cvs broke today??

Thanks for the reply. I just tried again and it seems to
be working fine this evening.

--Bill--

On Thu, Feb 03, 2005 at 08:32:11PM -0500, David Hustace wrote:
> 
> On Feb 3, 2005, at 6:43 PM, Bill Ayres wrote:
> 
> >I haven't been able to get cvs from sourceforge today. Is it
> >just me?
> 
> Matt created a new branch this evening about 45 minutes before you 
> dropped this note.  Seemed to be working (slow as usual) from here.
> 
> -David
> 
> 
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