I have a partition with some data which has only 500 mb left, and every time I log in I get an alert saying that the disk is running low on space. I'd like to disable the alerts, but haven't found a way, so I was wondering if anybody has managed to do it. By the way, I'm running Gnome (3.6) on F18.
Does anyone know if there is a hack or mod to disable the presidential alerts? I've never received one, but I'd like the option not to. Sorry if this was posted before, I didn't see it. Thanks for any answers in advance.
In a Network Operation Centre (NOC) environment, setting up alerts is extremely important. As one of the most popular NOC monitoring systems, Nagios features powerful alerting services. Alerts generated by Nagios can be sent out in various means, so that they can be acted upon immediately. Email notification is the most common option used.
I am configured Zabbix to monitor my Jboss Server logs for Erros and exclude some know errors. This setup is working with one issue. Zabbix will send me alerts when there is a new "ERROR" entry in the log file. But sometimes I get multiple alerts for the same event. For example, I got 5 alerts with the same time stamp "2012-06-25 07:55:56,864 ERROR".
Developers wanting to keep an eye on their app’s download growth, chart position, revenues, user engagement patterns, and more have a number of tools at their disposal, like those from App Annie, Distimo, AppFigures, Flurry, and other analytics providers. But when it comes to keeping track of press mentions and blogger reviews, many still turn to plain ol’ Google Alerts.
Usually after bugfixes on my Notes applications, we would often receive complaints that the applications were not sending notifications, not updating as expected, not able to access certain modules of the applications, etc...
Eventually, we found out that they were caused by the users clicking through when the Execution Security Alerts (ESA) popped up.