[checkmk-commits] Check_MK Git: check_mk: Fixed more broken manpages

Konstantin Büttner kb at mathias-kettner.de
Tue Feb 10 14:33:27 CET 2015


Module: check_mk
Branch: master
Commit: 4d9e2ca5c07e0d1282e1a7e999bef3cdca407d3d
URL:    http://git.mathias-kettner.de/git/?p=check_mk.git;a=commit;h=4d9e2ca5c07e0d1282e1a7e999bef3cdca407d3d

Author: Konstantin Büttner <kb at mathias-kettner.de>
Date:   Tue Feb 10 14:33:19 2015 +0100

Fixed more broken manpages

---

 checkman/hwg_temp    |   18 +++++++++---------
 checkman/kentix_temp |   32 ++++++++++++++++----------------
 checkman/lnx_thermal |   32 ++++++++++++++++----------------
 3 files changed, 41 insertions(+), 41 deletions(-)

diff --git a/checkman/hwg_temp b/checkman/hwg_temp
index baccf9a..da9fdde 100644
--- a/checkman/hwg_temp
+++ b/checkman/hwg_temp
@@ -17,17 +17,17 @@ inventory:
  All available temperature sensors are automatically inventorized.
 
 [parameters]
-This checks parameters are a dictionary with the
+parameters(dict): This checks parameters are a dictionary with the
 following (optional) keys:
 
- {"levels"}: A tuple (warn, crit) containing the upper levels. Default: (30, 35)
+  {"levels"}: A tuple (warn, crit) containing the upper levels. Default: (30, 35)
 
- {"levels_lower"}: A tuple (warn, crit) containing the lower levels. No defaults.
+  {"levels_lower"}: A tuple (warn, crit) containing the lower levels. No defaults.
 
- {"output_unit"}: "c", "f" or "k", the check will output the temperature in the
-specified unit. If this is not set, output is in degrees Celsius.
+  {"output_unit"}: "c", "f" or "k", the check will output the temperature in the
+ specified unit. If this is not set, output is in degrees Celsius.
 
- {"input_unit"}: "c, "f" or "k". By default, the check interprets the sensor value
-according to the unit sent by the device. This key allows to override that. Tread
-lightly, as this may lead to a misinterpreted temperature. Should only be used if
-the device reports its unit incorrectly.
+  {"input_unit"}: "c, "f" or "k". By default, the check interprets the sensor value
+ according to the unit sent by the device. This key allows to override that. Tread
+ lightly, as this may lead to a misinterpreted temperature. Should only be used if
+ the device reports its unit incorrectly.
diff --git a/checkman/kentix_temp b/checkman/kentix_temp
index faca9af..c47d2e3 100644
--- a/checkman/kentix_temp
+++ b/checkman/kentix_temp
@@ -16,24 +16,24 @@ perfdata:
  One variable: the temperature in °C
 
 [parameters]
-This checks parameters are a dictionary with the
-following (optional) keys:
+parameters(dict): This checks parameters are a dictionary with the
+ following (optional) keys:
 
- {"levels"}: A tuple (warn, crit) containing the upper levels. Default: (70, 80)
+  {"levels"}: A tuple (warn, crit) containing the upper levels. Default: (70, 80)
 
- {"levels_lower"}: A tuple (warn, crit) containing the lower levels. No defaults.
+  {"levels_lower"}: A tuple (warn, crit) containing the lower levels. No defaults.
 
- {"output_unit"}: "c", "f" or "k", the check will output the temperature in the
-specified unit. If this is not set, output is in degrees Celsius.
+  {"output_unit"}: "c", "f" or "k", the check will output the temperature in the
+ specified unit. If this is not set, output is in degrees Celsius.
 
- {"input_unit"}: "c, "f" or "k". By default, the check interprets the sensor value
-according to the unit sent by the device. This key allows to override that. Tread
-lightly, as this may lead to a misinterpreted temperature. Should only be used if
-the device reports its unit incorrectly.
+  {"input_unit"}: "c, "f" or "k". By default, the check interprets the sensor value
+ according to the unit sent by the device. This key allows to override that. Tread
+ lightly, as this may lead to a misinterpreted temperature. Should only be used if
+ the device reports its unit incorrectly.
 
- {"device_levels_handling"}: How the check treats the device's internal levels
-versus the ones you specify yourself. The following options are supported: "best"
-results in the best status between yours and the device's levels, "worst" in the
-worst, "usr" ignore's the device's levels, "dev" ignores yours, usrdefault and
-devdefault uses your/the devices set of levels if present, otherwise the other
-respectively. Default setting is "devdefault"
+  {"device_levels_handling"}: How the check treats the device's internal levels
+ versus the ones you specify yourself. The following options are supported: "best"
+ results in the best status between yours and the device's levels, "worst" in the
+ worst, "usr" ignore's the device's levels, "dev" ignores yours, usrdefault and
+ devdefault uses your/the devices set of levels if present, otherwise the other
+ respectively. Default setting is "devdefault"
diff --git a/checkman/lnx_thermal b/checkman/lnx_thermal
index 6b4a1c1..4e67050 100644
--- a/checkman/lnx_thermal
+++ b/checkman/lnx_thermal
@@ -17,24 +17,24 @@ inventory:
   Creates one check for earch thermal zone.
 
 [parameters]
-This checks parameters are a dictionary with the
-following (optional) keys:
+parameters(dict): This checks parameters are a dictionary with the
+ following (optional) keys:
 
- {"levels"}: A tuple (warn, crit) containing the upper levels. Default: (70, 80)
+  {"levels"}: A tuple (warn, crit) containing the upper levels. Default: (70, 80)
 
- {"levels_lower"}: A tuple (warn, crit) containing the lower levels. No defaults.
+  {"levels_lower"}: A tuple (warn, crit) containing the lower levels. No defaults.
 
- {"output_unit"}: "c", "f" or "k", the check will output the temperature in the
-specified unit. If this is not set, output is in degrees Celsius.
+  {"output_unit"}: "c", "f" or "k", the check will output the temperature in the
+ specified unit. If this is not set, output is in degrees Celsius.
 
- {"input_unit"}: "c, "f" or "k". By default, the check interprets the sensor value
-according to the unit sent by the device. This key allows to override that. Tread
-lightly, as this may lead to a misinterpreted temperature. Should only be used if
-the device reports its unit incorrectly.
+  {"input_unit"}: "c, "f" or "k". By default, the check interprets the sensor value
+ according to the unit sent by the device. This key allows to override that. Tread
+ lightly, as this may lead to a misinterpreted temperature. Should only be used if
+ the device reports its unit incorrectly.
 
- {"device_levels_handling"}: How the check treats the device's internal levels
-versus the ones you specify yourself. The following options are supported: "best"
-results in the best status between yours and the device's levels, "worst" in the
-worst, "usr" ignore's the device's levels, "dev" ignores yours, usrdefault and
-devdefault uses your/the devices set of levels if present, otherwise the other
-respectively. Default setting is "devdefault"
+  {"device_levels_handling"}: How the check treats the device's internal levels
+ versus the ones you specify yourself. The following options are supported: "best"
+ results in the best status between yours and the device's levels, "worst" in the
+ worst, "usr" ignore's the device's levels, "dev" ignores yours, usrdefault and
+ devdefault uses your/the devices set of levels if present, otherwise the other
+ respectively. Default setting is "devdefault"



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