Author image Fabrice Gabolde
and 2 contributors

NAME

Zabbix::API::Proxy -- Zabbix proxy objects

SYNOPSIS

  use Zabbix::API::Proxy;
  # fetch a proxy by name
  my $proxy = $zabbix->fetch('Proxy', params => { filter => { host => "My Proxy" } })->[0];

  # and update it

  $proxy->data->{status} = 6;
  $proxy->push;

DESCRIPTION

Handles CRUD for Zabbix proxy objects.

This is a subclass of Zabbix::API::CRUDE; see there for inherited methods.

METHODS

name()

Accessor for the proxy's name (the "host" attribute); returns the empty string if no name is set, for instance if the proxy has not been created on the server yet.

This is a very simple subclass of Zabbix::API::CRUDE. Only the required methods are implemented (and in a very simple fashion on top of that).

BUGS AND LIMITATIONS

In Zabbix 1.8, the only method available for proxies is to get them. You cannot add, update or delete proxies. Thus, the push() method is overloaded for proxies to throw an exception as soon as it is called.

SEE ALSO

Zabbix::API::CRUDE.

AUTHOR

Fabrice Gabolde <fabrice.gabolde@uperto.com> Patches to this file from Chris Larsen <clarsen@llnw.com>

COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE

Copyright (C) 2012 SFR

This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GPLv3.