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I've found that scripts synchronized to a remote poller from the main poller lose the executable bit that was set. In some cases these scripts are called directly from within Cacti, without an interpreter prepended to the data input command. So, the remote poller is unable to get any output from them, since the O/S returns a "permission denied" when the script is called directly (aka without a /bin/bash or /bin/perl). Is this by design? What's the best fix? I added a +x to the first script I had trouble with, but I suspect that the automagic sync will reset that back to -x at some point?
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