Hi there again,
on kb.checkmk.com there is article called Cascading Livestatus. I thought that it will suit my needs (satellite does not have direct connection to master), but the explanation doesn’t make sense to me:
- A distributed setup where you have remote sites that are not directly reachable
- These remote sites are only reachable through a single master" site
- You use the “masters” for configuration of all the related sites
- The central site is only used as central operating site (overview, reporting) and not for configuration
Scenario: We have a slave which is monitoring some hosts. But this slave site is not directly reachable. Therefore, we need a so-called viewer Site. This viewer Site will get all data for our slave Site via the master Site
First two points are negating itself. If I have remote site which doesn’t have direct connection to master site, how some “viewer” site created on server where master is running can see the slave which doesn’t have direct connection?
If it can be build like this, than, it is awesome:
Could you please enlighten me what it is about?