This package provides debug information for package nagios-plugins. Debug information is useful when developing applications that use this package or when debugging this package.
The actual service checks are performed by separate â€œpluginâ€ programs which return the status of the checks to Nagios. This package contains additional SNMP check plugins from http://nagios.manubulon.com/
SNMP4Nagios is a package of Nagios plugins which use SNMP to query hosts. While some of the plugins use standard MIBs, most are designed for vendor specific agents. Currently devices by Brocade, Cisco, Compaq/HP and Network Appliance as well as computers running Microsoft Windows or Net-SNMP and uninterruptable power supplies are supported.
This package provides debug sources for package nagios-plugins-contentage. Debug sources are useful when developing applications that use this package or when debugging this package.
This plugin checks one or more directory for files older than a specified age. You can define the age of files for warning and critical states. Note: the plugin checks the mtime of files, not the ctime. Usage: check_dircontent.pl -w 24 -c 48 -p /tmp Options: -w|â€“warning : time for warnings (minutes) -c|â€“critical : time [...]
NagiosQL is a web based administration tool for nagios 2.x. It helps you to easy build a complex configuration with all options, manage them and use them. NagiosQL needs a webserver with php, MySQL and file access to the nagios configuration files.
This package provides debug sources for package nagios-plugins. Debug sources are useful when developing applications that use this package or when debugging this package.
Here are the steps. 1. Reboot. At the Fedora startup menu enter single user mode to reduce the risk of disk activity interfering with our work. 2. We will now need to properly configure grub to use the Fedora menu for Fedora boots using the Fedora grub boot loader and the Ubuntu menu for Ubuntu [...]
By configuring the options in your /etc/grub.conf file you can redirect console output to one of your newly configured serial ports. This will allow you to see all of the bootup and shutdown messages on this new serial terminal port. In this example, the /dev/ttyS1 port has been configured to become the new console. The [...]
You can determine whether you have valid serial ports using the setserial command. In this case we are looking for all available ports between ttyS0 to ttyS7. You can see we only have two valid selections, ttyS0 and ttyS1. [root@bigboy tmp]# setserial -g /dev/ttyS /dev/ttyS0, UART: 16550A, Port: 0x03f8, IRQ: 4 /dev/ttyS1, UART: 16550A, Port: [...]
The easiest way of determining the name of a daemon is to use the ps command and then use grep to filter for the name of the service. Here, the example quickly determines the daemon name (/usr/sbin/sshd) for the SSH server process. Because TCP Wrappers only requires the program name and not the path, sshd [...]
A perl script that checks all local NFS mounts by forking itself and trying to chdir to it and (optionally) writing to a file. It includes performance data and allows warnings based on thresholds.
This package provides debug sources for package nagios-plugins-nis. Debug sources are useful when developing applications that use this package or when debugging this package.
Nagios plugin (script) to check the status of a NIS server on a specified host and NIS domain by asking NIS server for â€œpasswd.bynameâ€. As an additional check, a username may be specified which will then be â€œlooked upâ€ on the NIS server, note that this is optional and only introduced in v1.1 Script returns [...]
This plugin checks for software updates on systems that use package management systems based on the zypper command found in openSUSE. It checks for security, recommended and optional patches and also for optional package updates. You can define the status by patch category. Use a commata to list more than one category to a state. [...]