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NCPA Featured Popular
NCPA is a cross-platform monitoring agent that runs on Windows, Linux/Unix, and Mac OS/X machines. Its features include both active and passive checks, remote management, and a local monitoring interface. General documentation can be found at: http:/ ...
NRDP - Nagios Remote Data Processor Featured
Nagios Remote Data Processor (NDRP) is a flexible data transport mechanism and processor for Nagios. It is designed with a simple and powerful architecture that allows for it to be easily extended and customized to fit individual users' needs. It uses st ...
NRPE - Nagios Remote Plugin Executor Featured Popularwww.nagios.org
NRPE allows you to remotely execute Nagios plugins on other Linux/Unix machines. This allows you to monitor remote machine metrics (disk usage, CPU load, etc.). NRPE can also communicate with some of the Windows agent addons, so you can execute scripts an ...
Nagios XI AIX Agent.
check_mk replaces NRPE, NSClient, check_snmp and other data plugins. It adopts a completely new approach of retrieving data from hosts and network components which is very performant and easy to configure - especially in large monitoring environments. che ...
vbs script to check new files in a folder with performance graph, it will trigger crticical and ok only. critical if no new files found. note. this use check_nrpe plugin in windows
Simple N way multiplexor for executing one or conditionally two nrpe plugins over a number of hosts. The result is the best case of all the hosts results. This is on the assumption that if the test works for at least one of the hosts that is an overall ...
Here is a script for Nagios that will detect if data is missing for your system on pvoutput.org. If there is no data, the script will return a CRITICAL status that Nagios know how to work with. if there is data available, the script returns an OK statu ...
HDTP (HTTP Data Transfer Plugin)- It is plugin for passive checks of linux servers, which allow you to execute Nagios plugins by started forks for every checks and send result to the Nagios server by HTTP protocol.
JNRPE aims to be the best solution to create and execute Nagios JAVA plugins. JNRPE is compatible with check_nrpe and can be used to execute both the old native Nagios plugins and the new Java Nagios plugins. Since it uses the NRPE protocol to communicate ...
Simple script to test for Microsoft DFS backlogs using Nagios. Values are hard coded to alert at the moment but are easy to change.
Moncli is a monitoring client for Nagios core based or compatible monitoring frameworks. It aims to be a better,more feature rich alternative than the classic nrpe client. See project website for full details.
The Nagios Toolbox deploys a standard nagios directory to the monitored windows servers, starts / stops the nrpe_nt service, performs updates etc.It simplifies the process to work with multiple monitored windows hosts.
Nagios WSC (Web Service Checker) is a combination of NAGIOS plug-in and .NET web service to enable querying of multiple windows machines via WMI - all nagios queries are sent to one windows machine without having to install clients on all the other window ...
This addon consists of a Python daemon and client that allow you to easily check remote host information (load, users, filesystem, processes, etc.). Released under the BSD license.
A highly configurable, secured, low cost, external remote monitoring probe for Nagios.
NCAP will receive requests by check_ncap, via the nagios (monitoring) host. Then these requests are proxied to actual nrpe daemons.