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Number of commits found: 3

Sun, 19 Feb 2017
[ 09:01 amdmi3 ] Original commit   Revision:434399
434399 net-mgmt/mk-livestatus/Makefile
434399 net-mgmt/mk-livestatus/pkg-descr
- Switch to options helpers
- Remove redundant SUB_LIST and unneeded <bsd.port.options.mk> inclusion
Wed, 10 Nov 2010
[ 21:25 ohauer ] Original commit 
1.2 net-mgmt/mk-livestatus/Makefile
1.2 net-mgmt/mk-livestatus/distinfo
1.1 net-mgmt/mk-livestatus/files/pkg-message.in
1.2 net-mgmt/mk-livestatus/pkg-descr
1.2 net-mgmt/mk-livestatus/pkg-message
 - update to version 1.1.8
 - take maintainership

PR:             151998
Submitted by:   ohauer
Approved by:    Peter Lai <cowbert _at_ gmail.com> (old maintainer), glarkin
(mentor, implicit)
Mon, 7 Jun 2010
[ 06:07 miwi ] Original commit 
1.220 net-mgmt/Makefile
1.1 net-mgmt/mk-livestatus/Makefile
1.1 net-mgmt/mk-livestatus/distinfo
1.1 net-mgmt/mk-livestatus/files/patch-src-Makefile.in
1.1 net-mgmt/mk-livestatus/pkg-descr
1.1 net-mgmt/mk-livestatus/pkg-message
MKLivestatus is a very simple and smart Nagios eventbroker module.
Livestatus is concepted and tuned to reduce disk, memory and cpu loads
caused by live-data processing on the Nagios system. Just as NDO,
Livestatus makes use of the Nagios Event Broker API and loads a binary
module into the Nagios process. But other than NDO, Livestatus does not
actively write out data e.g. to the disk. Instead, it opens a socket for
external applications to connect to and fetch the current status
information from Nagios.

WWW: http://mathias-kettner.de/checkmk_livestatus.html

PR:             ports/145449
Submitted by:   Peter C. Lai <cowbert at gmail.com>

Number of commits found: 3

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