Re: slaves and web servers
Tom Throckmorton <throck+smokeping <at> gmail.com>
2012-05-31 15:06:18 GMT
On 5/30/12 4:26 PM, mail <at> lists.macscr.com wrote:
> Ok, great. One last question. When I setup two slaves, im assuming the
> master is still used as a source of information as well? That way I have
> information being gathered by 3 sources (Master, Slave 1, Slave2)?
It is by default, yes, but can be disabled - see the 'nomasterpoll' option:
> Use this in a master/slave setup where the master must not poll a particular target. The master will now
skip this entry in its polling cycle. Note that if you set the hide property on a non leaf entry all
subordinate entries will also disapear in the menu structure. You can still access them via direct link or
via an alternate hierarchy.
> If you have no master/slave setup this will have a similar effect to the hide property, except that the menu
entry will still show up, but will not contain any graphs.
> This variable inherits its value from the parent section if nothing is specified here.
> Default value: nomasterpoll = no
You can apply that at any level within the Targets section, and it will
be applied to subordinate targets.
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