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Re: Terminal Batch doesn't work always

From: address@hidden
Subject: Re: Terminal Batch doesn't work always
Date: Fri, 23 Mar 2018 21:45:17 +0100

Hello Lutz,

the color (ANSI escape sequence) is set on server-side and stripped by monit CLI if in batch mode. If you use curl to fetch the status in txt format directly, you need to strip the escape sequence yourselves, for example:

curl | sed -r "s/\x1B\[([0-9]{1,2}(;[0-9]{1,2})?)?[m|K]//g"

We'll simplify the color handling in the future release.

Best regards,

On 23 Mar 2018, at 14:19, Lutz Mader <address@hidden> wrote:

Hello Tildeslash,
I try to gather the Service status summary via a curl request from an
other/remote monit system to use the status in a local monit check
program script.

curl 'http://admin:address@hidden:2812/_summary?format=xml'
curl 'http://admin:address@hidden:2812/_summary?format=text'

Unfortunately, I got the output in the terminal output format only.

I try to disable tabular output and colours completely in the monitrc
used by monit.

set terminal batch

Nothing was happened, I got the terminal text format with tabular output
and colours. But the tabular and colours are removed from the local
monit command output (the monit daemon was restarted), the set terminal
batch mode seems to be used (handled like -B).

My question is this the normal behaviour?
How to get text only or xml output via curl for _summary?

With _status and format xml I got xml output, but many other
informations also. And with format text I got the coloured output as well.

Thanks for any help or suggestion,

I use Monit 5.25.1 and 5.22.0, 5.19.0.

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