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       xymond_sample - example of a xymond worker module


       xymond_channel --channel=status xymond_sample [options]


       xymond_sample is a worker module for xymond, and as such it is normally
       run via the xymond_channel(8) program. It receives messages from xymond
       via stdin, and simply displays these on stdout. It can be used with all
       types of xymond channels.

       xymond_sample  is  not  designed  to  actually   run,   except   as   a
       demonstration.   The  purpose of this tool is to show how xymond worker
       modules can be implemented to handle different tasks that need to  hook
       into the xymond processing.


              Read messages with a timeout of N seconds.

              Enable debugging output.


       xymond_channel(8), xymond(8), xymon(7)

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