Hi,

Yes it's annoying for CGI users but if we remove them, users will never change and use modules. But your ideas about adding a parameter that remove theses notice is good. It will be off by default and so all others interfaces users will use the new configuration way (so they can disable all status.dat and objects of they do not want it like with Centreon, Thruk or Ninja for example).


Jean

On Thu, Sep 16, 2010 at 11:58 AM, Hermann Lauer <Hermann.Lauer@iwr.uni-heidelberg.de> wrote:
Hello,

when using the nagios3 cgi interface and the status broker modules
with the same config file the warnings of shinken about object_cache_file
and status_file are a bit nasty, as they are needed by the nagios cgi
interface.

If the the nagios experts are shure nagios cgi is only needing those
locations and nothing else from the config,
using a separate config would also be ok for me.

Otherwise user friendliest is probably a nagios3-compatible parameter
which disables the warnings.

Just my ideas,

thanks,
 Hermann


[1280923208] Notice : the parameter object_cache_file is useless and can be removed from the configuration (Reason: This parameter is not longer take from the main file, but must be defined in the status_dat broker module instead. But Shinken will create you one if there are no present and use this parameter in it, so no worry.)

[1280923208] Notice : the parameter status_file is useless and can be removed from the configuration (Reason: This parameter is not longer take from the main file, but must be defined in the status_dat broker module instead. But Shinken will create you one if there are no present and use this parameter in it, so no worry.)
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