Date: 2014-01-26 11:06:30 +0000 (Sun, 26 Jan 2014)
hosts.cfg: Fix wrong options --ssl-warn / --sslalarm. Add description of how CLASS is determined
--- branches/4.3.14/common/hosts.cfg.5 2014-01-26 10:40:35 UTC (rev 7364)
+++ branches/4.3.14/common/hosts.cfg.5 2014-01-26 11:06:30 UTC (rev 7365)
@@ -279,13 +279,15 @@
Force the host to belong to a specific class. Class-names are used
when configuring log-file monitoring (they can be used as references in
-to group log file checks). Normally, class-names are controlled on the
+to group log file checks or alerts). Normally, class-names are controlled on the
client by starting the Xymon client with the "--class=Classname" option.
If you specify it in the hosts.cfg file on the Xymon server, it overrides
-any class name that the client reports.
+any class name that the client reports. If not set, then the host belongs
+to a class named by the operating system the Xymon client is running on.
The keyword "dialup" for a host means that it is OK for it to be
@@ -581,7 +583,7 @@
Define the number of days before an SSL certificate expires,
in which the sslcert status shows a warning (yellow) or
alarm (red) status. These default to the values from the
-"--sslwarndays" and "--sslalarmdays" options for the
+"--sslwarn" and "--sslalarm" options for the
tool; the values specified in the "ssldays" tag overrides
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