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comment Is it possible to export (from SqlServer 2008 to Visio 2010) ERD of the database?
Didn't have to, I succeeded with Visio, thanks anyway
May
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comment Is it possible to export (from SqlServer 2008 to Visio 2010) ERD of the database?
I tried TOAD, although I did not have to (because I solved my problem). I like it a lot. Recommend for anyone who is bored with SQL Server Management Studio looks. Thanks for the tip
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answered Is it possible to export (from SqlServer 2008 to Visio 2010) ERD of the database?
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asked Is it possible to export (from SqlServer 2008 to Visio 2010) ERD of the database?
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comment Is there a Nagios plugin that uses Nmap and does port checking?
Yes, I was already suggesting snort to my chiefs, but they did not agree for some reason. However, meanwhile I wrote my own plugin for monitoring changes on desired range of ports, using nmap. I'm thinking of uploading it to nagios exchange, but it's still rough, it needs some polishing... Maybe I upload it now and update it with new version once it's totally finished (once i have free time:D).
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comment Is there a Nagios plugin that uses Nmap and does port checking?
That configuration of wanted ports for performing check on them is a problem. I need to monitor ALL ports on ALL hosts. With check_tcp I would have to write 65535x4 configuration lines/host, because I need to specify every port with new command with check_tcp. That's something I don't want to do However,I started writing my own plugin that uses nmap and gets port range as a parameter. Because Im in hurry, I will do only basic functionality I need for now, but when I finish my tasks in few weeks, I hope I will improve it and upload on nagios plugins exchange. Maybe even put a link on it here...
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comment Is there a Nagios plugin that uses Nmap and does port checking?
Well yes, I want to check for open and closed ports, but I need info for all of them, and I need to get warnings when state is changed. And, before all other things, I have to be able to run checks without plugin installation on remote hosts. check_tcp is not able to scan ALL ports on every host. At least I don't know a way to do it (except creating new command for every port, and that's too much, I'd rather make my own plugin :D) :D
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