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This installs the script in /etc/rc.d/init.d/nagios which is not the correct way it should be run in OS X however a native OS X launch script does not exist in this version of Nagios Core.
Nagios Xi License Key 177
If you are already running an older version of Nagios, you can upgrade it anytime. To do so, you just need to download the latest nagios source tar archive and configure it as shown below.
Array containing a response code and an Array containing one of four possibilities: the HTTP response body and session cookies if the Nagios XI backend was accessed successfully; nil if Nagios XI hasn't been fully installed; cookies and the nsp token if the license agreement is not signed; otherwise an error message
Array containing a result code and an Array containing one of three possibilities: an HTTP response body and cookies if the Nagios XI backend was accessed successfully; cookies and the nsp token if the license agreement is not signed; otherwise an error message
If you are using the agentless integration and would like to receive FLAPPINGSTART and FLAPPINGSTOP events, you can update the enqueue_event subroutine in the pagerduty_nagios.pl script (below line 235):
Manually trigger a Nagios incident with the Perl script to make sure it will run. Make sure that you are logged in as the Nagios user, or add sudo -u nagios to your command. If you're logged in as the user that's running Nagios (typically the "nagios" user), you can omit this from your commands.
This error means that the user running Nagios does not have write permissions to the /tmp/pagerduty_nagios/ directory. The easiest solution to fix this is to delete the directory. Note, this will remove any queued alerts:
Replace YOUR-INTEGRATION-KEY-HERE with your actual integration key in the commands below:sudo -u nagios /usr/share/pdagent-integrations/bin/pd-nagios -n service -k YOUR-INTEGRATION-KEY-HERE -t "PROBLEM" -f SERVICEDESC="test_description" -f SERVICESTATE="CRITICAL" -f HOSTNAME="test_host_name" -f SERVICEOUTPUT="test_service_output"
In other words, OIN protects essential Open Source technologies by facilitating freedom to operate in a patent cross-licensing network. The coverage area or scope of the OIN community cross-license is defined by a list of software packages and is called the Linux System. The Linux System includes core Linux and adjacent Open Source technologies.
With respect to licenses to and from Sony and Philips only, to the extent that any of the Linux Environment Components as identified in Table 3, Table 4, Table 5, Table 6, Table 7, Table 8, Table 9, Table 10 and/or Table 11 in this edition (and, if Your Agreement Date is later than May 1, 2012, as also identified in Tables 1 and 2 in this edition) implement the following functionality, formats, or features, such implementation shall be deemed not covered as a Linux Environment Component: (i) DVR functionality, (ii) Electronic Program Guide (EPG) functionality, (iii) DVD Video functionality, (iv) Blu-ray functionality, (v) the Blu-ray format, (vi) Receiver functionality, (vii) Wireless Networking functionality, (viii) Content Matching and Identification and Recommendation functionality, (ix) Digital Rights Management (DRM) technology, (x) Lighting Control, (xi) User Interface technology, (xii) Digital Display technology, (xiii) Camera functionality, and (xiv) in the case of Philips but not Sony, Virtualization technology.
The University of California, Santa Cruz (UCSC) genome database is among the most used sources of genomic annotation in human and other organisms. The database offers an excellent web-based graphical user interface (the UCSC genome browser) and several means for programmatic queries. A simple application programming interface (API) in a scripting language aimed at the biologist was however not yet available. Here, we present the Ruby UCSC API, a library to access the UCSC genome database using Ruby. The API is designed as a BioRuby plug-in and built on the ActiveRecord 3 framework for the object-relational mapping, making writing SQL statements unnecessary. The current version of the API supports databases of all organisms in the UCSC genome database including human, mammals, vertebrates, deuterostomes, insects, nematodes, and yeast.The API uses the bin index-if available-when querying for genomic intervals. The API also supports genomic sequence queries using locally downloaded *.2bit files that are not stored in the official MySQL database. The API is implemented in pure Ruby and is therefore available in different environments and with different Ruby interpreters (including JRuby). Assisted by the straightforward object-oriented design of Ruby and ActiveRecord, the Ruby UCSC API will facilitate biologists to query the UCSC genome database programmatically. The API is available through the RubyGem system. Source code and documentation are available at -ucsc-api/ under the Ruby license. Feedback and help is provided via the website at
Summary: We present a REST web service to assess the geospatial quality of primary biodiversity data. It enables access to basic and advanced functions to detect completeness and consistency issues as well as general errors in the provided record or set of records. The API uses JSON for data interchange and efficient parallelization techniques for fast assessments of large datasets. Availability and implementation: The Geospatial Data Quality API is part of the VertNet set of APIs. It can be accessed at -geospatial.vertnet-portal.appspot.com/geospatial and is already implemented in the VertNet data portal for quality reporting. Source code is freely available under GPL license from -geospatial. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com Supplementary information: Supplementary data are available at Bioinformatics online. PMID:26833340
We present a REST web service to assess the geospatial quality of primary biodiversity data. It enables access to basic and advanced functions to detect completeness and consistency issues as well as general errors in the provided record or set of records. The API uses JSON for data interchange and efficient parallelization techniques for fast assessments of large datasets. The Geospatial Data Quality API is part of the VertNet set of APIs. It can be accessed at -geospatial.vertnet-portal.appspot.com/geospatial and is already implemented in the VertNet data portal for quality reporting. Source code is freely available under GPL license from -geospatial firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com Supplementary data are available at Bioinformatics online. The Author 2016. Published by Oxford University Press.
JASPAR is a widely used open-access database of curated, non-redundant transcription factor binding profiles. Currently, data from JASPAR can be retrieved as flat files or by using programming language-specific interfaces. Here, we present a programming language-independent application programming interface (API) to access JASPAR data using the Representational State Transfer (REST) architecture. The REST API enables programmatic access to JASPAR by most programming languages and returns data in eight widely used formats. Several endpoints are available to access the data and an endpoint is available to infer the TF binding profile(s) likely bound by a given DNA binding domain protein sequence. Additionally, it provides an interactive browsable interface for bioinformatics tool developers. This REST API is implemented in Python using the Django REST Framework. It is accessible at and the source code is freely available at under GPL v3 license. firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com. Supplementary data are available at Bioinformatics online.
Herein, we describe the implementation details of our interaction-based partitioning API (application programming interface) called Yoink for QM/MM modeling and fragment-based quantum chemistry studies. Interactions are detected by computing density descriptors such as reduced density gradient, density overlap regions indicator, and single exponential decay detector. Only molecules having an interaction with a user-definable QM core are added to the QM region of a hybrid QM/MM calculation. Moreover, a set of molecule pairs having density-based interactions within a molecular system can be computed in Yoink, and an interaction graph can then be constructed. Standard graph clustering methods can then be applied to construct fragments for further quantum chemical calculations. The Yoink API is licensed under Apache 2.0 and can be accessed via yoink.wallerlab.org. 2018 Wiley Periodicals, Inc. 2018 Wiley Periodicals, Inc.
We have created a Python programming interface for the RCSB Protein Data Bank (PDB) that allows search and data retrieval for a wide range of result types, including BLAST and sequence motif queries. The API relies on the existing XML-based API and operates by creating custom XML requests from native Python types, allowing extensibility and straightforward modification. The package has the ability to perform many types of advanced search of the PDB that are otherwise only available through the PDB website. PyPDB is implemented exclusively in Python 3 using standard libraries for maximal compatibility. The most up-to-date version, including iPython notebooks containing usage tutorials, is available free-of-charge under an open-source MIT license via GitHub at , and the full API reference is at _docs/html/. The latest stable release is also available on PyPI. firstname.lastname@example.org. The Author 2015. Published by Oxford University Press. All rights reserved. For Permissions, please e-mail: email@example.com.
The Cancer Imaging Archive (TCIA) hosts publicly available de-identified medical images of cancer from over 25 body sites and over 30,000 patients. Over 400 published studies have utilized freely available TCIA images. Images and metadata are available for download through a web interface or a REST API. Here we present TCIApathfinder, an R client for the TCIA REST API. TCIApathfinder wraps API access in user-friendly R functions that can be called interactively within an R session or easily incorporated into scripts. Functions are provided to explore the contents of the large database and to download image files. TCIApathfinder provides easy access to TCIA resources in the highly popular R programming environment. TCIApathfinder is freely available under the MIT license as a package on CRAN ( -project.org/web/packages/TCIApathfinder/index.html) and at Copyright 2018, American Association for Cancer Research.