Re: object XXX has no relationship.

From: Jared Mauch (
Date: Fri Nov 30 2001 - 19:17:36 EST


        Can you send me a copy of your config in private so I can
test it out and figure out why it's coming up with
that? If not, you can do this and send it to me instead:

        sysmond -d -D -t |& mail

        That may help me, but having the config is the best way
for me to test as I can see if I fixed your specific issue.

        You may want to also add some spaces after
each ; and see if that fixes it as I don't think i tried such a compact
style object declaration ever in the past.

        - jared

On Fri, Nov 30, 2001 at 06:53:25PM -0500, chen, daniel wrote:
> Running v0.91.7
> [root@dvt147174 etc]# sysmond -d
> object bb-4bc-cisco-6500 has no relationship. It will not be monitored.
> object sysmonhost has no relationship. It will not be monitored.
> booting of version System Monitor version v0.91.7
> System Monitor version v0.91.7
> sysmond started on dvt147174
> SYSMON seems to be monitoring.
> I have root="sysmonhost";
> I have defined the object sysmonhost {ip=""; type ping; desc
> "some desc"};
> I have defined the object bb-4bc-cisco-6500 {ip="; type ping;
> desc "other desc"; dep "sysmonhost"; contact "";};
> I don't understand why sysmon is generating that there is no relationship.
> Daniel Chen
> EMC Corporation
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