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NagiosĀ® 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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  • check_kube

    This plugin attempts to provide general monitoring for Kubernetes deployments, daemonsets, replicationcontrollers, nodes, as well as Kubernetes components such as etcd, scheduler, and controller

  • check_file_history_logs

    Checks for critical or warning errors on windows file history logs

  • Check Oracle StorageTek ACSLS

    A Nagius plugin to check Oracle StorageTek ACSLS status. Written in BASH and is intended to run on the ACSLS host.

  • Dell Powervault MD38 Series Overall Health

    Check Dell PowerVault MD 34/38 Series Storage Arrays Overall Health Prerequisites: -smcli installed on a windows machine and a Nagios compatible agent -Powershell Version 0.1 This script uses smcli to check the overall storage health, it wil report the issues when health is not optimal Sample Nagios Command: $USER1$/ -H $ARG1$ -t $ARG2$ -p 5693 -M 'plugins/check_smcli_overall_dell_storage_health.ps1' -a "$HOSTADDRESS$" $ARG1$ ip_of_smcli_computer_installation $ARG2$ token "$HOSTADDRESS$" IP_of_storage

  • Dell Powervault MD38 Series Performance

    This script reports the performance of virtual disk arrays of Dell Powervault MD38 Series, but in principle it should work with MD34 Series. Prerequisites: smcli on a windows machine and a Nagios compatible agent Version 0.1 This script uses smcli to check the overall storage performance Currently there are no status codes returned so its mainly for information alerting It filters the objects and retains info only regarding the virtual disks Metrics: Current MB s/sec Current IOs/sec Current IO Latency If you use a high availlability cluster of controllers then the output will be only the relevant virtual disks assigned to each controller at each given time So you will be able to see which virtual disk is assigned to each node and its performance data You might need to change the path to the smcli executable on your checking device, usually you could perform the check with an agent on the machine the management software is located. Sample Nagios Command $USER1$/ -H $ARG1$ -t $ARG2$ -p 5693 -M 'plugins/check_smcli_dell_storage_performance.ps1' -a "$HOSTADDRESS$" $ARG1$ IP_of_smcli_capable_windows_machine $ARG2$ token $ARG3$ IP_of_storage

  • Check MS Print Server Queue (jobs)

    This is an agent Script to check print queues of printers as they are registered on an Microsoft print server It checks for current jobs in each printer and the status is decided by the command line arguments the total jobs statuses have priority over individual printers Sample Execution: (Powershell) .check_print_server_jobs.ps1 Sample call : .check_print_server_jobs.ps1 3 5 7 10 15 Sample Nagios Command: $USER1$/ -H $HOSTADDRESS$ -p 5693 -t $ARG1$ -M 'plugins/Printqueue.ps1' -a '$ARG2$' $ARG1$ your_token $ARG2$ 1 5 7 10 15

  • ssh_file_system_usage

    Simple file system utilization script for any standard Linux system. Under the hood simply uses df -h


    Check Huawei OceanStor plugin for Nagios It serves as a hardware check of the Huawei OceanStor and was tested on OceanStor 2600V3 and OceanStor 5500v5. PLEASE BARE IN MIND THAT YOU STILL BETTER IMPLEMENT MAIL ALARMS ON THE STORAGE ITSELF


    This script replaces the check_disk that comes with the Nagios. The check_disk that comes with Nagios reported that the inodes on AIX and Linux were constantly at 99% free, when in reality they were far less. AIX, HP-UX, Solaris, and Linux are all supported by this script.

  • Integrate Apprise into Nagios for More Notification Support

    With Apprise, Nagios can easily notify more services such as Slack, Discord, Telegram, Pushbullet, AWS (SNS), Microsoft Teams, etc.