Provided by: munin_1.2.4-1ubuntu1_all bug


       munin-limits - A program to check for any off-limit values


       munin-limits [options]


       --service <service>
            Limit services to those of <service>. Multiple --service options
            may be supplied. [unset]

       --host <host>
            Limit hosts to those of <host<gt>. Multiple --host options may be
            supplied. [unset]

       --contact <contact>
            Limit contacts to those of <contact<gt>. Multiple --contact
            options may be supplied. [unset]

       --config <file>
            Use <file> as configuration file. [/etc/munin/munin.conf]

            Force sending of messages ieven if you normally wouldn’t.

            Force running as root (stupid and unnecessary). [--noforce-root]

            View help message.

            If set, view debug messages. [--nodebug]


       Munin-limits is a part of the package Munin, which is used in
       combination with Munin’s node.  Munin is a group of programs to gather
       data from Munin’s nodes, graph them, create html-pages, and optionally
       warn Nagios about any off-limit values.

       Munin-limits checks if any values are above or below the set limits,
       and saves these notes to a file. This file is later used by programs
       like munin-nagios (to warn nagios) and munin-html (to incorporate them
       in the web display).

       If a service has fields with "warning" or "critical"-options (e.g.
       "load.warning 10"), and the munin-server configuration file contains
       the necessary configuration options, munin-limits will check its value.




       This is munin-limits version 1.2.4


       Audun Ytterdal and Jimmy Olsen.


       munin-limits does, as of now, not check the syntax of the configuration

       Please report other bugs in the bug tracker at <>.


       Copyright © 2002-2004 Knut Haugen, Audun Ytterdal, and Jimmy Olsen /
       Linpro AS.

       This is free software; see the source for copying conditions. There is
       NO warranty; not even for MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR

       This program is released under the GNU General Public License