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Category: File System
Nagios plugins for monitoring various aspects of file systems (files, file counts, directories, mount points, etc.)
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This plugin takes "ls"-like file spec (such as *.tmp) and counts how many such files are there allowing to send alerts if its too many. It can also check file age and alert if file or directory has not been updated in a while. Performance info on number o ...
Plugin to check integrity of files based on filesize (Checksum in bytes) in Windows systems. - komma-separated list for excludes, supports regex in filenames. Help with “check_filesystem help” Tested with NRPE and NSClient++
A simple plugin for nagios that will check a directory to make sure files are moving out.
This plugin pulls all files in each specified directory, and checks their created time against the current time. If the maximum age of any file is exceeded, a warning/critical message is returned as appropriate. This is useful for examining backup directo ...
Simply script to check if a file exists or not. - return OK if file exists - return CRITICAL if the file does not exists
Check_file is a plugin which checks to see if a specified file is present in a directory.
Check to see if a file system is writable.
Checks the status and number of bricks of GlusterFS. check_gluster.pl -v data -n 2 GLUSTER OK - Volume data is Stable
A plugin for nagios to check that a glusterfs partition is correctly mounted.
check_mdf - Check Minimum accepted Disk Free space Usage description: ------------------ Script/Nagios plugin checks all local FS's in one round run. It checks 2(4) thresholds together. You can't think of modify FS check params (e.g. in nrpe.c ...
Bash script to check mounted devices, passing arguments mount point OR device, and type of filesystem (useful for nfs mountpoints).
check if a specifoc mountpoint is mounted, optional check filesystemtype, and mountoptions USAGE: ./check_mount -m MOUNTPOINT [-t TYPE] [-o OPTIONS]
This plugin pulls the most recently created file in each specified directory, and checks it's created time against the current time. If the maximum age of the file is exceeded, a warning/critical message is returned as appropriate. This is useful for exam ...
Plugin that check existence of new files since last execution in a specified folder.
Check the date and mount count of the device passed by parameter. It's able to manage devices not configurated to be checked by fsck (values -1 and none in max mount count and date interval).
checks a users' quota
This scripts allows you to check the quota for a specific user, a specific group or all quota users (based on the repquota output). Provides perfdata if requested.