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SVN Remote Commit Statistics
A small and simple shell script for checking number of svn commits to a remote repository by parsing the commit log.
Check for existence or non-existence of a file or files - using glob patterns.
Check SAR memory page performance
There is a new shell script that monitors mempage performance using the linux sysstat package 'sar' tool. Feel free to update any improvements.
Outputs printer info, page usage count or consumables status and perfomance data from Dell printers.
Checks content of website and generates MD5 hash of source code, then compares hash on later checks to see if website has changed. Useful for checking web applications that crash but the webservice itself stays up.
check_website [source code]
Checks content of website and generates MD5 hash of returned source code, then compares hash on later checks to see if website has changed. Useful for checking web applications that crash but the webservice itself stays up.
Check usage of a Box Backup store account and reports all values as performance data.
Check age and status of last backup with Mac OS X' builtin Time Machine backup.
How to install nagios 3.5.0 in CentOS 6.4 using yum
http://sharadchhetri.com/2013/05/19/installing-nagios-3-5-0-in-centos-6-4-using-yum/ This is how to tutorial for installing nagios 3.5.0 using yum in CentOS 6.4
iNag2 is the encore to the award wining app used by thousands of network administrators around the world. • Process information and control • Available Push Alerts • Host and Service grouping. • Comments viewable for both Host and Services. • Extensive log filtering and new search options. • Manage an unlimited numbers of servers, and switch between them without leaving iNag2 • Send over 35 different commands to Nagios, such as schedule down time, submit passive data, and custom notifications just to name a few. • Support for custom url(iNag://) for use with apps such as Prowl. • Tactical overview showing the current state of your network • Host view, displays each host on your network in a sorted list • Host Details, allow you to drill down and see more in-depth information for each host • Acknowledge Host problems right from you iPhone/iPod touch • Services view show each service on your network grouped by host • Service Detail view shows in-depth detail about each service • Acknowledge service problems from you iPhone/iPod touch • Log View allows you to view the current day’s event log, filtering by hour, and event types