On 2018/02/10 13:06, Dan Williams wrote:
On Fri, Feb 9, 2018 at 12:02 AM, QI Fuli <qi.f...@jp.fujitsu.com> wrote:
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.
I will appreciate if you could give some comments.
Nice to see this new update.
I have a high level comment on the proposed command structure, as far
as I can see the only new command we need is:
...that launches a monitor. We can have options to control whether
that monitor is a one-shot check of events sources, or a daemon that
forks into the background, but the 'create', 'list', 'show', and
'destroy' are the responsibility of systemd or System V services. For
create: systemctl start ndctl-monitor
show: systemctl status ndctl-monitor
destroy: systemctl stop ndctl-monitor
Thank you for your comments, I will use systemd in next version.
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