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Re: Carrier

Robin Ridler robin.x.ridler@oracle.com
Fri, 10 Jun 2011 13:31:10 GMT

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Hi Chris,

What OS are you running on?  If you are running on Solaris you could add static dtrace probes, then use dtrace to act on any event within conserver.  It would be pretty useful to be able to monitor conserver with dtrace.

I might even have talked myself into doing it :-)


On 06/10/11 13:07, Chris Fowler wrote:
On Thu, 2011-06-09 at 23:56 -0700, Bryan Stansell wrote:
Sorry, nope.  Someone would need to add it to the code.  :-/
Okay then I may need to add it.  In 7.X  I simply used message queues to
send a notification to another daemon that would then send a SNMP trap.
I don't want to do that here.  That method was too proprietary and
worked only for me. 

Maybe the best method would be to add an option to conserver.cf that
would execute a script on loss of carrier and gain of carrier.  

What do you think? 


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