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This script outputs the percentage of free memory RAM and alerts (warning/critical) according to the specified thresholds.
Check the status of a RHES Cluster installation by snmp. This check is deprecated by check_rhcsnmp and check_clustat from monitoringplug.
Check a Rocks cluster for dead nodes
A constant thread - a security breach. This small plugin uses the capabilities of the "Rootkit Hunter", an open source solution downloadable from http://sourceforge.net/projects/rkhunter/
Checks the mount table for read-only mounts - these are usually a sign of trouble (broken filesystem etc.)
Modified version of the original check_rpc plugin with dynamic rpc list.
This plugin checks the rsync-incr directory, checking the backup.
check_smart checks the output of smartctl contained in a file for health, temperature and pre-fail attributes. It also checks the data's age. A way to create a file containing the output of smartctl is to add an cron entry like the following: */20 * * ...
This is an improvement of the check_smartmon plugin, used to check SMART hard drive health
Script checks all disks for their SMART values. The selected ones are reported, if their value is bigger what 0.
A PHP alternative to check_ssl_cert.perl
Checks for available patches on SuSE and SLES Linux.
Python plugin to check the status of a software based RAID device. patched version. So it will work on fc1,2,3,4,5 centos 4, Debian woody,sarge hosts.
This PERL-based plugin monitors the value/string of a particular Linux/*BSD kernel sysctl oid you specify. You can even compare the value of one oid against that of another oid!
A small Bash script that checks the CPU (or M/B) temperature with lm-sensors. Default is to check the CPU temperature but this can be changed to for example the motherboard temperature with a "--sensor" argument.
A perl script that checks the CPU (or M/B) temperature with lm-sensors. Default is to check the CPU temperature but this can be changed to check any temperature returned by sensors with an argument. The plugin complies with the guidelines, for example ...