[Pkg-nagios-devel] Bug#232060: marked as done (nagios-text: Sound in Nagios CGIs)

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From: Andreas Edler <e0402@han.sserv.de>
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Subject: nagios-text: Sound in Nagios CGIs
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Package: nagios-text
Version: 1.1-1
Severity: wishlist

Actually sound is played each time a host or services
once is in the according state.  Is it possible to
change the behaviour in that way that the sound is
only played if ALL attempts (of the MaxCheckAttempts)
have elapsed?

So not to play the sound on 1st of (e.g.) 3 attempts,
but only if the last attempt has elapsed.

Many thanks in advance!

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