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About Me:

I work as a professional software developer for a UK web hoster and internet services company and spend most of my time building provisioning and web based self-service systems for IIS, Apache and Citrix XenServer.

My Curriculum Vitae can be viewed on Stack Overflow Careers.

Stuff I like to listen to at last.fm

You can get in touch here: kevin #.# kenny #@# zygonia #.# net (you know what to do with the # and spaces).

Have rejoined this Facebook nonsense so come and abuse me here: https://www.facebook.com/kevin.kenny.12


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@Meteorhead This might or might not be of use: stackoverflow.com/questions/6239647/…
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Which version of PHP?
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comment What is the correct way to stop the nagios ndo2db daemon?
@Jehy - good find. I spelunked the code to see how the config was written out and discovered it was enough to just add the lock_file column due to the way that each column maps one to one with the ndo2db config key/val pairs. The only problem with applying those patches is that you're going to have to remember this when you come to upgrade and re-apply. I have my own mod I keep needing to manually slot back in each time I upgrade: forge.centreon.com/issues/2575 - it's a minor inconvenience though.
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comment What is the correct way to stop the nagios ndo2db daemon?
@Jehy - see my update
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