This is a patch set of ndctl monitor, a tiny daemon to monitor the smart
events of nvdimm dimms. When a smart event fires, monitor will output
the notification which including dimm health status to syslog or a
special file according to users' configuration. The output notification
follows json format and can be consumed by log collectors like Fluentd.

Currently, I implemeted the following four commands to control monitor daemon.
$ndctl create-monitor
$ndctl list-monitor
$ndctl show-monitor
$ndclt destroy-monitor

I will appreciate if you could give some comments.

Change log since v2:
 - Changing the interface of daemon to the ndctl command line
 - Changing the name of daemon form "nvdimmd" to "monitor"
 - Removing the config file, unit_file, nvdimmd dir
 - Removing nvdimmd_test program
 - Adding ndctl/monitor.c

Change log since v1:
 - Adding a config file(/etc/nvdimmd/nvdimmd.conf)
 - Using struct log_ctx instead of syslog()
    - Using log_syslog() to save the notify messages to syslog
    - Using log_file() to save the notify messages to special file
 - Adding LOG_NOTICE level to log_priority
 - Using automake instead of Makefile
 - Adding a new util file(nvdimmd/util.c) including helper functions
   needed for nvdimm daemon
 - Adding nvdimmd_test program

QI Fuli (5):
  ndctl: monitor: add LOG_NOTICE level to log_priority
  ndctl: monitor: add ndclt create-monitor command
  ndctl: monitor: add ndclt list-monitor command
  ndctl: monitor: add ndclt show-monitor command
  ndctl: monitor: add ndclt destroy-monitor command

 builtin.h         |   4 +
 configure.ac      |   3 +
 ndctl/Makefile.am |   3 +-
 ndctl/monitor.c   | 463 ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
 ndctl/ndctl.c     |   4 +
 util/log.c        |   2 +
 util/log.h        |   3 +
 7 files changed, 481 insertions(+), 1 deletion(-)
 create mode 100644 ndctl/monitor.c

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2.9.5


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