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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • For a monitoring tool :) it monitors the uptime and when a daemon goes down, it manages to read out the server name and a "supposedly" informative line.

    Using it for production servers is fine. Then some managerial person saw it, went "oh, cool, a talking computer monitor thingiee" and insisted everyone use it.

    What's the chorus of "Server X going down" sound like (when the tool now monitors development servers ) ?. Noise pollution :) It later got downgraded to a beep, which was slightly better (but only sl