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comment Using LDAP as auth method for git repositories
You can script this, a daily load of keys from ldap to the filesystem combined with a way to kick it off with however you update keys could do the trick.
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comment How do I realert Scom Monitors?
Not exactly, but for the sake of argument we can go with that. The basic gist is correct.
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comment How do I realert Scom Monitors?
That's.. presumptuous. While I agree on your base point that the stateful monitoring is more useful then alert driven monitoring and I do understand that this is how scom works, this doesn't help solve my problem. The alerts generated when a monitor goes into a bad state are sent to a different system. The state of the monitor updates the alert and when the monitor returns to a healthy state it will clear the alert. The zen of statefulness is preserved. My issue is with the integration as sometimes the state is lost and I need to resend it.