acknowledge.cgi normally requires the user to enter the acknowledgment code
received in an alert message. If you run it with this option, the user
will instead get a list of the current non-green statuses, and he may
send an acknowledge without knowing the code.
Normally, acknowledge.cgi uses a cookie sent by the browser to initially
filter the list of hosts presented. If this is not desired, you can
turn off this behaviour by calling acknowledge.cgi with the --no-cookies
option. This would normally be placed in the CGI_ACK_OPTS setting in
Loads the environment defined in FILENAME before executing the CGI script.
Enables debugging output.
$XYMONHOME/web/acknowledge_header HTML header file for the generated web page
$XYMONHOME/web/acknowledge_footer HTML footer file for the generated web page
$XYMONHOME/web/acknowledge_form Query form displayed when acknowledge.cgi is called with no parameters.
XYMONHOME Used to locate the template files for the generated web pages.
QUERY_STRING Contains the parameters for the CGI script.
When using alternate pagesets, hosts will only show up on the acknowledgment page if this is accessed from the primary page in which they are defined. So if you have hosts on multiple pages, they will only be visible for acknowledging from their main page which is not what you would expect.
|Xymon||ACKNOWLEDGE.CGI (1)||Version 4.3.26: 19 Feb 2016|