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  1. Can I also make a feature request to retain the custom thresholds / attributes (user optional, probably by means of a toggle button to choose between overwrite or leave as is ) while updating LogicModules? I did notice related requests from the past and it seems that it is not yet released.
  2. I am having to write a custom configsource for Steelhead Riverbeds. There isn't a way to sftp a file off so I am having to write an expect script in groovy. I am trying to cobble together something using the Cisco Generic RunningConfig as a stepping stone, but I just can't get it off the ground. If I run it via the ConfigSources page with Test Script I get this. If I run it via collector debug and !groovy I get Any help would appreciated. Oh yeah the formatting of the cli. And what I have so far. import com.santaba.agent.groovyapi.expect.Expect; host = hostProps.get("system.hostname"); user = hostProps.get("config.user"); pass = hostProps.get("config.pass"); // open an ssh connection and wait for the prompt cli=Expect.open(host, user, pass); cli.expect("#"); // ensure the page-by-page view doesn't foul the config output cli.send("terminal length 0\n"); cli.expect("#"); // display the config cli.send("show configuration\n"); cli.expect("##\n") // logout from the device cli.send("exit\n"); cli.expect("#exit"); // collect the output config=cli.before(); // close the ssh connection handle then print the config cli.expectClose(); println config; And now what I have so far
  3. Where is the best place to post/share custom ConfigSource scripts that we create? Is there a community similar to Thwack where we can share modules/datasources/configsources etc?