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Nagios plugins for monitoring Linux systems.
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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 ...
Checks the time on the remote machine using ICMP Timestamp packets (sent using sing command).
Checks the top running process on the system. Has arguments for warning and critical levels.
Checks interface traffic by querying the proc-Filesystem without SNMP !
A patch to make the check_debian_packages plugin suitable for use with Ubuntu.
check_updates is a Nagios plugin to check if a RedHat or Fedora system is up-to-date
A plugin to check that a file/directory of files have a recent update to them. This can be useful for checking for stale log files on systems that don't have other means of tracking the health of services.
Simple script to check the uptime of a Linux, Unix, or Solaris host. This check is informational only, it always returns 'OK' Sample use: define service Sample output: System Uptime - up 9 days, 5 Hours, 02 Minutes
check the uptime of a system
This Nagios plugin checks the time the server is running. It can be used to notify (with a warning or critical exit status) if an host has a boot time lower or greater than a given number of minutes. You can specify the notification ranges by using the s ...
check_uptime is a Nagios plugin to monitor the uptime of server and can notifying than uptime large of value (by days)
A simple shell script for nagios to check currently logged in userser on a target system
A simple bash script which does the same as check_users from the official Nagios Plugins does. Additional you can exclude users or groups from being counted.
Simple script to check the kernel version of your Linux or Unix server. Sample configuration: define service Sample output: Kernel Version - 2.6.18-164.2.1.el5 (Red Hat 4.1.2-46)
Checks if a named vserver (www.linux-vserver.org) is up
Monitor disk space, memory and swap usage using the vsmon backend, with a "no configuration" philosophy.
check_writable is a Nagios plugin that checks if one or more directories are writable.