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accepted Why are my passive checks not processed?
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Jul
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comment Why are my passive checks not processed?
netstat|wc -l gives 33. I don't think that's too much.
Jul
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comment Why are my passive checks not processed?
The directory is owned by nagios:nagios. When the nagios.cmd is written (it gets removed when I restart Nagios), it will be owned by root:root. I already tried changing the ownership to nagios:nagios after it is created, but that has no effect on the issue.
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comment Why are my passive checks not processed?
@TheFiddlerWins I assume the parens are fine, because active checks work. How can I check the connections?
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comment Why are my passive checks not processed?
@Keith: I'm using my own handler, but I also used snmptt before. With identical results. I initially followed askaralikhan.blogspot.de/2010/12/… and traps were visible in Nagios. I then started extending the concept and adding my own code, now nothing works :P
Jul
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comment Why are my passive checks not processed?
@Keith: I'm running with the highest log level output and I don't see anything relating to those service checks in the debug log. The "normal" log only lists the CURRENT SERVICE STATE after log rotation.
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answered What is the syntax for the SNMP trap configuration group policy?
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accepted Can a DNS client distinguish if the answer they received was based on a wildcard record or a specific match?
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comment Can a DNS client distinguish if the answer they received was based on a wildcard record or a specific match?
Sweet. I learned a new dig command :) Thank you very much!
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comment Can a DNS client distinguish if the answer they received was based on a wildcard record or a specific match?
@yoonix: Argh, of course. They can transfer the whole zone :P That's probably the reason
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comment Can a DNS client distinguish if the answer they received was based on a wildcard record or a specific match?
The zone is fm.mg. Feel free to compare queries against ns1.hartwig-at.de and 8.8.8.8. Maybe you can enlighten me :P