Alignak - Receiver module for the external commands named pipe file
Alignak external commands module
This module for Alignak opens a commands file as a named pipe and regularly reads the content of this file to interpret as external commands that are forwarded to the Alignak framework.
The installation of this module will copy some configuration files in the Alignak default configuration directory (eg. /usr/local/etc/alignak). The copied files are located in the default sub-directory used for the modules (eg. arbiter/modules).
To install the module from PyPI:
sudo pip install alignak-module-external-commands
From source files
To install the module from the source files (for developing purpose):
git clone https://github.com/Alignak-monitoring-contrib/alignak-module-external-commands cd alignak-module-external-commands sudo pip install . -e
Note: using `sudo python setup.py install` will not correctly manage the package configuration files! The recommended way is really to use `pip`;)
Once installed, this module has its own configuration file in the /usr/local/etc/alignak/arbiter/modules directory. The default configuration file is mod-external-commands.cfg. This file is commented to help configure all the parameters.
To configure an Alignak daemon to use this module:
- edit your daemon configuration file
- add your module alias value (external-commands) to the modules parameter of the daemon
Bugs, issues and contributing
Contributions to this project are welcome and encouraged … issues in the project repository are the common way to raise an information.
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