peter at mixpanel
Jun 5, 2012, 4:08 PM
Post #2 of 4
Looking at the source, it seems like the assumption is to just wire up an
Re: Finer control over when email is sent?
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external program to do the notifications for you, that way you can send
whatever you do or don't want.
On Tue, Jun 5, 2012 at 3:37 PM, Peter Skirko <peter [at] mixpanel> wrote:
> We are using pacemaker 1.0.8 and heartbeat 3.0.3 on ubuntu 10.04. We are
> currently sending mail from crm_mon as follows:
> crm_mon --daemonize --mail-to foo [at] mixpanel --mail-host localhost:25
> My question is: is it possible to exert finer control over which emails
> are actually sent?
> For example, we have ping resources that are checking the health of
> various network interfaces. Right now, we are receiving emails for start,
> monitor, and stop events for these resources, but we don't want these
> emails. We just want emails relating to failures, and just to start and
> stop events on our IP addresses?
> I checked the documentation and man pages and didn't see anything
> immediate, but I wanted to make sure I hadn't overlooked any options.