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Nagios plugins for monitoring VMWare systems (e.g. ESX).
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VMWare vCenter alarm sender Featuredroshamboot.org/main/projects/vmware-alarm-sender-for-nagios/
A plugin for passive monitoring of vCenter infrastructure via the native VMWare alarms interface.
Good Afternoon guys, here I created another Python Script. This script will check your DataStores aka VMFS. I built this script so that it can be used with Nagios and or Zenoss. The purpose of this script is so that you can monitor thresholds on a per Dat ...
Get the model of the chassis where VmWare is instaled. The original idea it was from check_esx_wbem.py URL: url : http://exchange.nagios.org/directory/Plugins/Operating-Systems/*-Virtual-Environments/VMWare/Check-hardware-running-VMware-ESXi/details ...
Get the serial number of the chassis where is instaled the vmware ESXi the original idea was from "check_esx_wbem.py" url : http://exchange.nagios.org/directory/Plugins/Operating-Systems/*-Virtual-Environments/VMWare/Check-hardware-running-VMware-ES ...
Python script which permits you to check your hardware's health when it runs VMware (free) ESXi appliance.
This shell script uses the output of the "find" command (published via snmp to avoid check_by_ssh or NRPE) to locate all the existing snapshots. It checks the size of each snapshot and based on your criteria sends a CRITICAL or OK status. Helps find forgo ...
A Powershell script that checks the status of the HA Agents of all hosts within a vSphere VirtualCenter environment.
Check diskusage for a guest server on an ESX installation. The check is done through the vcenter/vSphere API, meaning that the guest server's disk usage can be checked without installing/configuring anything.
Check CPU, Memory, Network, and VM Status on a VMWare ESX virtual server, via SNMP. Also support for MRTG querying, and listing VMs/interfaces. V2.3 fixes minor problems triggered by the Nagios 2 embedded perl compiler.
This script is a Nagios plugin to monitor the hardware of ESX and ESXi servers. It can also be used as standalone script to check the hardware - Nagios isn't necessary to run it. The plugin is written in python and uses the pywbem extension, so you need t ...
This perl script check the state of the Virtual Machines defined on an ESX server.
This script allows you to check the vmfs volumes of your VMware ESX environment (akin to check_disk); includes a working pnp4nagios template.
Inspired by "jacob"'s and "lahrcm" script check_snmp_snapshot.sh. Nagios check script for vmware snapshots sizes add the following to your ESX server in the /etc/snmp/snmpd.conf and restart the snmpd deamon exec .126.96.36.199.4.1.6876.99999.2 snapshots ...
This shell script uses the output of the "vdf" command (published via snmp to avoid check_by_ssh or NRPE) to determine the free space of a given vmfs volume as measured in GB.
Hello, guys! This Nagios Plugin gets the size (Kb, Mb, Gb) of the vmfs volumes (datastores) of a VMWare Server Esxi 4, using the Vmware VCLI (Linux version). Warning and critical levels can be set, and plugin gives us perfdata output too, so it can ...
This script check the status of a VM in a VMware Server thru vmware-cmd command
A nagios check plugin for VMware ESX Server based on the perl API. You need the VMware perl API to use it. (And you need to patch that API to get rid of a bug in it)