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  • Axel90

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    That's even better, I don't need an extra service object that way :thumbup:
  • Axel90

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    Hi,

    maybe an other thought, you can set the vars.disk_partitions_excluded and/or vars.disk_partitions attributes to your host object. You set the attribute on the specific hosts and can control which partitions should be monitored. Now you don't need…
  • Axel90

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    Thank you!
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    Ah. I need more coffee.

    The ignore where expression is wrong, this always evaluates to "true". Why?

    (Code, 1 line)

    converted to logical expressions:

    (Code, 2 lines)

    which in term means the following:

    (Code, 1 line)


    If you want to check if a host…
  • Axel90

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    mmh..there are 20 linux hosts in total, and with the apply rule of code1, every linux hosts get the disk service applied.

    When I'm using code2, none of the 20 linux hosts get the disk service applied.
  • Axel90

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    Hey!
    my current apply rule for service "disk" looks like that:

    (Code, 10 lines)

    That works absolutely fine.

    However, I do have some linux hosts that need specific disk checks, for example I have to exclude some partitions.

    So I tried the following:
  • Axel90

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    Ich würde mich gerne an die Diskussion anhängen, ich benötige exakt dasselbe.

    Eine Frage vorab: Wir haben zusätzlich eine ldap Authentifizierung an unser Active Directory.

    Und wenn ich das richtig sehe, haben wir am Ende drei Authentifizierungen: