check_disk conditional parameters

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Clay Stuckey | 14 Apr 16:48 2015

check_disk conditional parameters

Is it possible to have the check_disk module report with conditional parameters. For example, I might want to report a 2GB partition that is 80% full while a 2TB partition I would want different parameters. I am hoping there is a “if the size is > 1TB , then -w 10gb and -c 2gb, else -w 15% -c 5%”




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Check_NT CPULOAD output issue

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Matthew Hockett | 3 Apr 17:59 2015

Check_NT CPULOAD output issue

Hello,

 

While examining Nagios for implementation at various sites, I’ve ran into a bit of an issue. We are wanting to monitor the CPU load on various windows servers. We have the client installed and am getting information back from the check_nt –v CPULOAD command, but it seems to be dropping all trailing zero’s from the percentage. I have ran prime95 to test on a machine and can verify the processor is at 100% while the stress test is running, but my output is showing at 1% load. After some investigation I noticed that as the stress test ramps up I can watch the percentage rise, but at 10% it reads 1% and at 20% it reads 2% and so on. Any time there is a number followed by a zero, the zero is dropped from the output. This causes the load to never go into warning or critical. I was my hope that you could shed some light on this issue, or tell me that it is just a output issue and I’m not crazy J

 

Thanks!

 

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lakshmi narayanan sadagopan | 26 Mar 00:19 2015
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check_http for ssl certificate expiry check not working!

Hi,

I was going over the check_http writeup you have at https://www.monitoring-plugins.org/doc/man/check_http.html .

I am able to use check_http to trigger a WARNING state based on a single expiry day threshold but not for a range.

So, for example 

This works
check_http -H www.verisign.com -C 14
but this doesn't.
check_http -H www.verisign.com -C 30,14
Would you know how I can get around this?
Your help is much appreciated.
RegardsLakshmi


Karsten Wagner Bang | 23 Mar 14:59 2015

Question regarding the otuput from check_disk

Hi,

I have a little question regarding the output from the check_disk plugin.

On one of my servers when I execute check_disk I get the following result:

>> /usr/local/nagios/libexec/check_disk -w 7% -c 5% -p /var/storage
<< DISK CRITICAL - free space: /var/storage 602801 MB (3% inode=96%);| /var/storage=15617429MB;15882113;16223663;0;17077541

The check returns a critial, but when you look at the performance data (/var/storage=15617429MB;15882113;16223663;0;17077541),
the disk usage is below the warning threshold.

How come the check return value and the performance data doesn't line up?

/Karsten

P.S: Thanks for some great plugins :)
wolfgang.winter | 27 Feb 10:23 2015
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Problems with content match / Zend in check_http

Hello,

want use content matching for a website, using the parameter –s:

./check_http -H SERVERNAME.DOMAIN..de -u "http://SERVERNAME/foo/" -s "Text-to-find"

But the command doesn’t find the string, when I open the website manually, I can find the content.

So I use the parameter –v:

./check_http -H SERVERNAME.DOMAIN..de -u "http://SERVERNAME/foo/" -s "Text-to-find" –v

Here the output:

#<b>Fatal error</b>:  Uncaught exception 'Zend_View_Exception' with message 'script 'layout.phtml' not found in path (/export/SERVERNAME/wwwroot/fooname/application/layouts/scripts/:/export/SERVERNAME/wwwroot/fooname/application/views/scripts/)' in /export/SERVERNAME/wwwroot/fooname/library/Zend/View/Abstract.php:980

Stack trace:

#0 /export/SERVERNAME/wwwroot/fooname/library/Zend/View/Abstract.php(876): Zend_View_Abstract-&gt;_script('layout.phtml')

Opening the address at the browser shows me all content.. the page is OK, but why check_http have those problems?

 

Kind regards

Wolfgang winter

 

 

 

 

Alok Kumar Singh | 19 Feb 15:35 2015

check_load

Hi,

 

I want to use your plugin in our ICINGA monitoring system. But I am a bit confuse about this plugin as whether it is for OS Load calculation or CPU Load calculation.

 

Thanks

 

Alok

Hancock, Luanne | 12 Feb 22:57 2015

plug-ins for icinga

Hi.. I am running a Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server release 6.5 (Santiago) vm and installed icinga, but need the standard plug-ins.  Can you point me in the right direction where I can download them?  Is it available using rpm? Or is it a tar file?

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bbenedetto | 3 Feb 19:38 2015

How to submit a patch for check_flexlm

Hi!

I'm pretty new to the list so forgive me if this is answered
somewhere already...

I added a few lines to my local copy of check_flexlm and would
like to submit them back as a patch.

I don't speak git and it seems overkill to check out the whole
repo just to add a few lines to a single script.  (As I said, I
don't speak git so this may be trivially easy.  If so, just let
me know, please. :-)

Is there some way to submit a patch to check_flexlm?

I await some guidance.

Thanks!

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Lani Lim | 2 Feb 22:36 2015
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check_smtp

Hi there,

I was just wondering on why this plugin can not accept decimal points

-bash-4.1$ /usr/lib64/nagios/plugins/check_smtp -p 25 -w 0.250000 -c 0.500000
check_smtp: Warning time must be a positive integer

SMTP is a critical service for us so, performance should be generally fast, is this still an existing issue?

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