This reverts commit 3fcbe79. This commit isn't fit for 2.0.x policy of 'bug-fix' only. Moving it to 2.1
This way it's possible to use the -W option to OpenSSH instead of requiring netcat on the other side.
…eractions By disabling ChallengeResponseAuthentication, SSH will refuse trying keyboard-interactive login (which can't used by munin-update). By disabling StrictHostKeyChecking, SSH will not ask to accept the fingerprint of the host, another thing that munin-update can't handle.
The original code always handled the 1st param as a human readable format. The previous fix Anton Tolchanov always handled the 1st param as a computer format. This handles the 1st param as computer format if only numeric, and human readable otherwise.
The '%' symbol is invalid for notifications sent to NCSA, and has been already dropped by df.in and df_inode.in on Linux. This change makes all the df and df_inode plugins share the same title, and drop the invalid symbol.
When using notify_alias with a hostname, we only want to send the different name to the notification, but we still should open the data file for the real hostname.
…t to. This way even if we have an unknown value in there we don't bail out at the first run.
…nal value 'U' as well.
Without this change, only ipv4 connections are counted and they might float more than expected.
postgres_oldest_prepared_xact_ and postgres_prepared_xacts_ uses the same "wildcardfilter" ("WHERE database=?") in their "configquery" and their "basequery". But those two queries uses two different tables, with different columns names to refer to the database name ; the "pg_database" table has a "datname" column, while the "pg_prepared_xacts" view has a "database" column. So we can't add a "WHERE $something=?" filter as is in both queries. Let's add a gratuitous JOIN in the "basequery" (joining pg_database, so we're sure any existing database name will be joined) ; then we can use a common "WHERE datname=?" filter on both queries. Those tables columns are still the same since xact statistics where introduced, in PostgreSQL 8.1, so this plugin's config had always been broken. http://www.postgresql.org/docs/8.1/static/release-8-1.html http://www.postgresql.org/docs/8.1/static/view-pg-prepared-xacts.html http://www.postgresql.org/docs/8.1/static/catalog-pg-database.html