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Re: FYI: about the latest monit-general mail rush

From: Martin Pala
Subject: Re: FYI: about the latest monit-general mail rush
Date: Thu, 10 Jul 2003 19:38:45 +0200
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Jan-Henrik Haukeland wrote:

Seems like the old mailman system at had a hiccup and
sent lots of old buffered mails to this mailing list. It's partly my
mistake since I accepted an administrative request from mailman
without looking to closesly at the messages. Sorry, it want happen again.

Btw. i saw one interesting hint - one of users requested possibility to set monit httpd access for specific network, instead of explicitly name all hosts (which is his case).

I think it could be good to implement it - i though about CIDR notation, so if you want for example set class B network, you will write 'allow', etc. It allows to set subnets (like for example top quarter of C: 'allow')

What do you think?


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