Actually the tunnel won't disappear, but they will be launched only when
needed and, most importantly configured in
The native ssh for munin patch should applies quite cleanly on revision 3101 of the svn trunk.
Its use is quite straightforward : in
you just migrate address to the new configuration directive
remote_connection_cmd that take the whole
to launch a stdio munin-node such as pmmn.
If we take the examples from the previous post, it becomes clear it's much easier to configure.
munin.conf snippet - Inetd version
[server1] address localhost port 7001 [server2] address localhost port 7002
munin.conf snippet - Native SSH transport version
Right now, the
address directive is still mandatory, but
ignored when connecting.
[server1] address dummy remote_connection_cmd /usr/bin/ssh -- supusr@server1 /home/suprusr/pmmn/pmmn.pl [server2] address dummy remote_connection_cmd /usr/bin/ssh -- supusr@server2 /home/suprusr/pmmn/pmmn.pl
Beware that the
ssh process will now be launched by the
munin user, so you have to update the key-based SSH authentication