As Ingo Lantschner said, you can upgrade without problems : I have done =
before with a 2.X compiled version - I forgot the configure option for =
and just copied nagios and p1.pl as far as I remember.
I am also in the process of rewriting all my plugins in C but you will =
to wait a couple of weeks until they get in a stable release, and I'm =
sure they will be really faster than the perl version with embeded perl =
However, they will also include a snmp index caching method which will =
sure speed up the execution time (first tests divide by 2 or 3 the =
time on big switches).
You can download the alpha release here : http://nagios.manubulon.com/
nagios-plugins-snmp-0.5.2.tgz . Caching appears in 0.5.3 which will be
available tonight (CEST time).
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Stephen (DOV, MSX)
Envoy=E9 : jeudi 24 mai 2007 17:37
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Objet : [Nagios-users] Adding the embedded perl intrepreter down the =
I have a quick question. Is it possible to configure our =
installation to use the embedded Perl intrepretter AFTER I have =
and deployed our Nagios installation. We use Patrick Proy=92s SNMP =
those are all written in perl, as most of you probably already know =
sure. We would like to speed up our checks and I am using the =
docs to do this. Our setup isn=92t really latent at all (100 hosts 200
services ~), but faster is always better! Any help would be appreciated.
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