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RE: Alerts through Nagios very temperamental

From: Andrew Thompson
Subject: RE: Alerts through Nagios very temperamental
Date: Thu, 22 Dec 2011 11:35:05 +0000

Hi Powel,

Yes that is correct the phone will not get any incoming messages anyway - its 
purely for Nagios to send alerts out through Gnokii.

I just tried the command 

/usr/sbin/smsd -u root -p rootpasswd -d Nagios_text_db -c -m mysql -b 
ME -f /home/nagios/Desktop/smsd.log

And it throws back the same errors.

I also trued OU and it also does the same.

Im sorry I don't understand your last part about introducing options.

In essence all I installed MYSQL and SMSD for is on Michaels suggestion to stop 
the sending of texts all going out at the same second in time and the phone 
then deciding to not send any.

If you need some more info please ask - I am by no means a Linux guy though, 
been in Windows networks for 6 years and this is my first delve into the Linux 
world to get a Nagios box setup and working.


Kind Regards

-----Original Message-----
From: address@hidden [mailto:address@hidden On Behalf Of Pawel Kot
Sent: 22 December 2011 11:28
To: Discussion forum for gnokii users.
Subject: Re: Alerts through Nagios very temperamental


On Thu, Dec 22, 2011 at 12:19, Andrew Thompson <address@hidden> wrote:
> /usr/sbin/smsd -u root -p rootpasswd -d Nagios_text_db -c -m 
> mysql -f /home/nagios/Desktop/smsd.log
> Message sent: 0x00 / 0x000d
> 41 54 2b 43 50 4d 53 3d 22 53 4d 22 0d          | AT+CPMS="SM"
> write: [AT+CPMS="SM"<cr>]
> read : [AT+CPMS="SM"<cr><cr><lf>ERROR<cr><lf>]
> Message received: 0x00 / 0x0016
> 03 41 54 2b 43 50 4d 53 3d 22 53 4d 22 0d 0d 0a |  AT+CPMS="SM"
> 45 52 52 4f 52 0d                               | ERROR Received 
> message type 00
> lowlevel.c:435 error: 8, Unknown error - well better than nothing!!

Apparently in AT mode SM memory is not supported. You should try adding -b 
option to the invocation:

-b, --inbox memory_type
        Where to look for new messages.  For the memory_type you usually use
        SM for the SIM card and ME for the phone memory. The exception are the
        phones supported by nk7110 (Nokia 7110/6210/6250) and nk6510 (Nokia
        6310/6510/8310) drivers. For these you should use IN for the Inbox, OU
        for the Outbox, AR for the Archive, TE for the Templates and F1,
        F2, ... for your own folders.

Probably ME would be what you need.

If I understand correctly you do not need to read incoming messages.
Is that right? If so, we could add the option that disables reading incoming 
messages; I think we do not have such thing so far.

I'd introduce options:
to disable respectively reading and sending messages functionality in smsd.

take care,
Pawel Kot

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