SUMMARY: Problem with alerting from Raid Manager

From: U n d e r a c h i e v e r <>
Date: Thu Dec 02 2004 - 04:41:05 EST

It seems that not only has my question been asked, it has been answered

An alternative to the approach described above is to turn off
auto-checking of parity altogether and run /etc/raid/bin/parityck
manually out of cron with a 'no notify' flag. Cron can catch this
output and filter at source.

Thanks to all who responded; esp. Peter Ondruska; Prasad K. Dharmasena;
fishingjts; JV; Erek Adams.

Original question repeated for the search engines:-

u n d e r a c h i e v e r (and proud)

It seems this question has been asked before, without SUMMARY  :(

The problem: 
/usr/lib/osa/bin/rmscript will send an email to root when it detects a
'RAID event'. Which is great, except it does this even when the RAID
event is an OK parity check. We can stop these messages, it seems, only
by (a) disabling all root emails about RAID ; or (b) disabling parity
checking. I  do not want to do either... I just want to cut the 'parity
OK' noise out of my inbox.

There must be a way... can anyone help?

For the search engines: SUNWosau 

Thanks in anticipation

u n d e r a c h i e v e r (and proud)

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