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opsview4.6:testservicecheck [2014/09/09 12:19]
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opsview4.6:testservicecheck [2014/11/26 17:17] (current)
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The contextual menu for a service will have a menu option called "Test service check". This will pop up a window showing the associated service check plugin, followed by its arguments. The rules are: The contextual menu for a service will have a menu option called "Test service check". This will pop up a window showing the associated service check plugin, followed by its arguments. The rules are:
-  * If the user has [[opsview4.6:access|TESTCHANGE]], then they can see the arguments and change the arguments for testing. Since Nagios Core allows execution of arbitrary commands and this feature is designed to give similar results, we recommend that you only allow trusted users to have the TESTCHANGE access+  * If the user has [[opsview4.6:access|TESTCHANGE]], then they can see the arguments and change the arguments for testing. 
 +<note warning>Since Nagios Core allows execution of arbitrary commands and this feature is designed to give similar results, we recommend that you only allow trusted users to have the TESTCHANGE access</note>
  * Otherwise if the service check does not have the [[opsview4.6:servicecheck#sensitive arguments|sensitive_arguments]] flag set, then the arguments will be displayed but not editable   * Otherwise if the service check does not have the [[opsview4.6:servicecheck#sensitive arguments|sensitive_arguments]] flag set, then the arguments will be displayed but not editable
  * Otherwise the [[opsview4.6:servicecheck#sensitive_arguments|sensitive arguments]] flag is set and the arguments will not be shown   * Otherwise the [[opsview4.6:servicecheck#sensitive_arguments|sensitive arguments]] flag is set and the arguments will not be shown
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