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_ checkmk-en mailing list checkmk-en at next part An html attachment was scrubbed. URL: More information about the checkmk-en mailing list. Check_mk (english) wato assignment of contact groups to services question Aled Jones nes at m, mon May 21 13:51 hello, I'm not aware of negative service name definitions, but I think that what you want could be achived easily with the 'none' option, e.g. In the first example above, a logical (!logs) and, in the second (fs_ and!fs_C Thanks Scott This e-mail message is intended only for the personal use of the recipient(s) named above.

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Service_contactgroups ( "none "sometag ALL_hosts, "Log" # except Logs ( "none "sometag ALL_hosts, "fs_C" # except drive C On Thu, May 17, 2012 at 2:39 PM, Lander, Scott slander at m wrote: Is there a way to specify a negative on the service names for instance, if I want everything BUT logs to go to a contact group, or all. #4. Aim for your sweet spot. It could be 70 pages or 99 pages. If you book is offered at your site in PDF you have an advantage because its totally downloadable and printable, and can be ordered any time. /std:cout "info " info "n / Output x. For (int i 0; i N; i) std:cout xi "n return 0; Why is the function named dgesv? Answer: it isn't, at least not in fortran 77, in which it is named dgesv.