Where do I find the source code from your latest version.
From: Ben Clewett [mailto:bclewett@...
Sent: dinsdag 15 februari 2005 18:28
To: alex.peeters@...; perfparse-devel-int@...
Subject: Re: [Perfparse-users] RE: Perfparse error for version 0.105.5
Sorry been a while, lot to do here.
New release out. I have fixed the deletion problem.
Very much the same as old version. If it works there is a new=20
--with-data-source=3Dnagios|asnmtap Data Source (default=3Dnagios)
This allow you to use this code:
Looking at comments from users mentioning that it would be better for=20
translation to keep with entire sentence. I wonder whether you may be=20
able to replace entire sentence containing the word 'host' with your own =
wording? Hopefully leaving the existing existing wording as is, so that =
current translation work is still valid?
I am sorry that this may mean repeating some work you have completed=20
before. I hope that this will produce a far better quality product when =
I look forward to seeing it,
Alex Peeters wrote:
> Hi Ben,
> I dit marked one host for permanently deletion into the host deletion
> I dit run first the mysql-delete script
> Then again the mysql-create script
> The asnmtap added some data
> I dit run the /opt/asnmtap/perfparse/bin/perfparse-db-purge script.
>>Can I please ask you to send all support questions to the mailing list =
> I do have one account at nagios-exchange.org, but there I can't add
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Ben Clewett [mailto:bclewett@...
> Sent: maandag 7 februari 2005 10:05
> To: alex.peeters@...
> Cc: bclewett@...; gcook@...;
> Subject: Re: Perfparse error for version 0.105.5
> Hi Alex,
> Can I please ask you to send all support questions to the mailing list =
> You are likely to get better support as well as maybe helping other=20
> users with same problem :)
> May I ask what you were doing at the time of this failure? I believe=20
> you may have been deleting a host which was permanently marked as =
> If this is the case you have found a hole in the system. New tables=20
> have been added which are not included in the deletion function. The=20
> database is trying to protect your data from bad programmes :)
> Regards, Ben.
> PS, (TODO: Edit the purge code to delete data from summary tables.)
> Alex Peeters wrote:
>>root@... [/opt/asnmtap/plugins]# =20
>>An error occured with the SQL:
>> "DELETE perfdata_service FROM perfdata_service,perfdata_host WHERE=20
>>perfdata_service.host_name =3D perfdata_host.host_name AND=20
>>perfdata_host.is_deleted =3D 1"
>> "Cannot delete or update a parent row: a foreign key constraint =
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