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Nagios Exchange

Nagios® Exchange is the central place where you'll find all types of Nagios projects - plugins, addons, documentation, extensions, and more. This site is designed for the Nagios Community to share its Nagios creations.

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    Nagios plugin that checks the status of OSPF neighbors on a Cisco IOS router. Latest version:

  • Helpspot Latest Version Check

    Check to make sure your helpspot is at the latest version. example: "./check_helpspot_version -s" usage: check_helpspot_version [-h] -s HELPSPOT [-w] [-c] This script will compare the current running helpspot version with the latest helpspot build version optional arguments: -h, --help show this help message and exit -s HELPSPOT, --helpspot HELPSPOT HelpSpot Server URL (ex: or -w, --warn Send a warning signal to nagios if versions mismatch -c, --crit Send a critical signal to nagios if versions mismatch (default) This is a python script that uses argparse,sys,commands, and urllib python libraries. The current helpspot build version is retrieved from here:


    Different take on Lars Michelsen's original plugin/script to accommodate monitoring of all available DHCP scopes on your monitored Windows server. You no longer need to add separate service definitions to monitor all available scopes.


    This Nagios Plugin gets the size (Kb, Mb, Gb) of the total/free/used memory of a HP Procurve Switch. Warning and critical levels (in %) can be set, and plugin gives us perfdata output too, so it can be graphed with graphical tools as pnp4nagios, besides the usual Nagios states (OK, WARNING and CRITICAL). Please read README.txt for installation/configuration/examples before reporting any problem.

  • check_unread_mails

    Connect to a remote mailbox using IMAPS protocol and count uread mails in selected folders. On threshold, raise alarm.

  • check_smhiwarn

    A Nagios plugin written in PHP that checks SMHI (Swedish Meteorological and Hydrological Institute) for weather alerts. The script exit with a warning state for class 1 weather alerts and critical state for class 2 & 3 weahter alerts. Usage: ./check_smhiwarn.php 'Skåne län utom Österlen'


    Here is a script for Nagios that will detect if data is missing for your system on If there is no data, the script will return a CRITICAL status that Nagios know how to work with. if there is data available, the script returns an OK status.

  • How To Check For Windows Updates With Nagios XI

    This document describes how to use Nagios XI to monitor for high priority updates from Microsoft on a remote Windows host. This includes critical and security updates, service packs, and update rollups. Monitoring for updates from Microsoft with Nagios XI allows for automated checks to alert you when a new Window updates are released so you can apply them in a timely manor and ensure a safe and secure network environment. This document is intended for use by Nagios XI Administrators who are interested in monitoring Windows machines to determine if they require updates to ensure their network infrastructure is safe, secure, and up-to-date.

  • check_rasp_temp

    Nagios-Plugin to check the CPU temperature of a Raspberry Pi

  • check_ibm_imm_health.rb

    Simple (Ruby) Plugin checking IBM Server Health using Integrated Management Module (IMM). Requirements: ruby, snmp Mayby sudo e.g: nagios = NOPASSWD: /bin/ruby Usage: check_ibm_imm_health.rb Documentation: Read the Script. Less than 50 lines. ;)

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