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SmokePing Viewer New!

SmokePing Viewer Use this component to view SmokePing data from within Nagios.


Linux Check PPS, BPS, or Current Line Rate % of NIC New!

Nagios plug-in that calculates receiving PPS, BPS, and percentage of line-rate (LR) from Linux kernel statistics by reading from procfs and notifies if above a given threshold.



check_rhev3 check_rhev3 is a monitoring plugin for Icinga/Nagios and it's forks, which is used to monitor datacenters, clusters, hosts, vms, vm pools and storage domains of Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization (RHEV) and oVirt virtualization environments.


Unix Status Code Customizer (negate.sh) New!

Checks the status, or exit, code of another program and returns a Nagios status code based on the result. This is basically the official negate plug-in but rewritten in bash so it will run in heterogenous unix environments. Useful in cases where a pr ...




Run multiple checks against Cisco Telepresence devices.


check_heartbleed New! Popular

check_heartbleed allows you to check for the Heartbleed Vulnerability (CVE-2014-0160) of openssl on various systems. Version - 0.5 : Added timeout option with default to 10 seconds Changed no data received to unknown, was returning OK. ...


check_checkrestart New!

This is a Nagios plugin to check if any processes are still using old versions of updated libraries. I needs check_restart from debian-goodies. Debian only!


check_iostat - I/O statistics - updated 2014 New!

This is an updated version of: http://exchange.nagios.org/directory/Plugins/Operating-Systems/Linux/check_iostat--2D-I-2FO-statistics/details - await added - bugs fixed including now reports current values instead of - average since boot. - pnp4nagio ...




This is a Nagios Plugin destined to check the last status and last run of Veeam Backup & Replication job passed as an argument.


box293_check_vmware New! Popular

This Plugin allows you to monitor a VMware vCenter / ESX(i) environment using your Nagios monitoring solution. IMPORTANT: This Plugin is NOT designed to be run on your Nagios host, instead it is offloaded to the VMware vSphere Management Assistant (vM ...


Check Processes status via SNMP New!


Plugin written in bash


Check Rsyslog Queues New!

Checks for presence of Rsyslog Disk Assisted Buffer (Queues) files. Options: -q Check for presence of disk queue files -d Specify $WorkDirectory (def: /var/spool/rsyslog) Usage: ./check_rsyslog.sh -q forwarder -d /rsyslog-buffer

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Check OSX Temperature New!

Check the temperature sensors on OSX. Requires installation of TemperatureMonitor from www.bresink.com/osx/TemperatureMonitor.html. It checks each sensor temperature against the critical threshold specified on the command line and repots critical if tempe ...

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Check OSX HD SMART Status New!

Check the S.M.A.R.T status for a disk on OSX. Return critical upon failing status. Options: -d Specify volume a disk -l List available disks

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Check OSX RAID Status New!

Shell script to check the RAID status for disks on OSX. Returns critical on degraded, failed, or offline disks. Options: -l List full RAID information -c Check RAID status Usage: $0 -c

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Unix/Linux Check Filesystem Status by Directory New!

Shell script that recursively checks for filesystem input/output errors by directory using stat. Depth is configurable.

Check Printer Queue State New!

Check printer queue status (using enq) on AIX. If the queue matches the given status then return OK.


Unix/Linux Check Diskspace of Partition/Volume/Mount New!

Check the capacity of a volume using df. Tested on Linux, FreeBSD, AIX, and OSX.

Unix/Linux Check Service Status New!

Linux/Unix shell script to check the status of a service. Capable of using sysvinit, systemd, upstart, etc, or choose your own status command. Tested on Ubuntu Linux, Fedora Linux, Red Hat Linux, FreeBSD, OSX, and AIX.

Linux/Unix Check File Growth New!

Shell script that checks the level of byte growth of a file for a time interval. Also, check that a file is growing. Tested on Linux, FreeBSD, OSX, and AIX.

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