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Hello and sorry for posting about the same thing on a new thread. Cause i think i kinda said wrongly for what i wanted to get in the previous thread, so here's a new one.
Hmm, i have to read in the log file in nagios, and maybe output those out on an interface? but not in the form of graph.. i'm currently trying to lets say compute a score board to calculate scores between 2 teams (lets say). if team A manages to kill down the services of team B, then the services count for team B would drop and so on.
So basically, it's like this:
Team A Team B
Service a up down
Service b down down
Services up for team A : 3
Services up for team B : 2
Services down for team A : 1
Services down for team B : 1
basically, is there a way to read the log file in nagios? Because in nagios, there is this log file, which contains the status of the current services and so on. So i wanted to find a way to read it and compute a scoreboard (by reading the file i would know what services are down and up etc)
Yeah.You're right, i want to pull the log file data into an application and process it.
How to use Java's File/FileInputStream objects? Sorry, i never hear that before. I'm a noob haha Do i have to download it or? And to read the data, do i have to write codes for it? And what would those codes look like? Can i use those i found in the links i gave above?