On Fri, 20 Dec 2002, Colm MacCarthaigh wrote:
> How are you checking the disk space on remote machines ? The only
> nice way I could think of doing it was creating an unencrypted ssh
> key which limited what could be run to one script, e.g:
> <rest of ssh public key>
>> and giving a netsaint plugin access to the private key. Havnt gotten
> around to doing it, would be intresting if there's a better, secure way ?
enable snmp and use netsaints snmp_disk checker?
Paul Jakma Sys Admin Alphyra
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