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Re: Can arbitrary XS/SWIG using modules be loaded into an embedded perl at runtime?

by diotalevi (Canon)
on Jul 24, 2008 at 04:37 UTC ( #699770=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Can arbitrary XS/SWIG using modules be loaded into an embedded perl at runtime?

It is always ok to load another module into a Perl runtime. Anytime you can run require(), you are able to load more perl and compiled C/XS/Swig code. Normal C and C++ modules are loaded by XSLoader and DynaLoader both of which come with perl.

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[marto]: Corion you under estimate how lazy these admins are :P
[Discipulus]: we too; using opsview alarms
[marto]: the key word: outsourcing ;)
[Corion]: marto: Yeah, feels like that ;) You could set up the cronjob that auto-creates tickets :-))
[marto]: the ticketing system does not accept calls via email, nor has it a working API. It's tied into Active Directory for authentication and the Solaris boxes aren't on that domain
[Corion]: The one thing I haven't figured out a solution to is how to get an edge-trigger instead of sending an email every 5 minutes if the usage is above 90%. I want one mail when it goes over 90% but no more emails as long as it stays between 90% and 95%.
[Corion]: marto: Clever! ;)
[Corion]: You can only reach me by pager
[Corion]: Maybe the solution would be to launch a cron job every minute that takes two measurements a minute apart and sends a mail if the usage is below on the first and above threshold on the last measurement
[marto]: that's essentially it :)

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