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Sound for Alert on web console - senjor - 02-07-2011

Hi ,
I have installed the 3.2 version of Pandora and i have seen the possibility to fire alert sound on web console but i don't find the option for enable that . I went to setup page but i found only the button for play .


THANKS FOR REPLY

Albert


Re: Sound for Alert on web console - luismi - 02-07-2011

Hi senjor,

You can play sounds when an alert is fired, or when a module changes to warning/critical status, and you can configure it in settings tab.

Other thing is to create an alert that play a sound file, for example creating a new command alert like this:

/usr/bin/play /usr/share/sounds/alarm.wav

To configure this, you only have to create a new Template with the sound command and action and assign it to a module.

Cheers.


Re: Sound for Alert on web console - senjor - 02-08-2011

If i use "/usr/bin/play" it play a sound in the server .

I want sound in web-console , is a feature of 3.2 ? I could not find the setting that you mention .


Re: Sound for Alert on web console - luismi - 02-09-2011

Ok, now I understand

The options are in Operation menu -> View Events -> Sound Events.

Cheers.


Re: Sound for Alert on web console - senjor - 02-09-2011

GREAT !!!!

Thank YOU !!!


Re: Sound for Alert on web console - cwmoser - 08-20-2011

(02-09-2011, 01:12 PM)Luismi link Wrote: Ok, now I understand

The options are in Operation menu -> View Events -> Sound Events.

Cheers.

When I go there, I get a popup window wuth Group set to All, and all checkboxes checked.
Still no sound.




Re: Sound for Alert on web console - cwmoser - 08-20-2011

OK, I get it.  You keep the popup window open for the Alerts.
Then you can acknowledge them and turn off the sound.