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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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  • check_rac

    Nagios plug-in for Oracle rac (11g and above) This plugin is written with 2 main concerns: 1: works with Linux / Windows and regardless of the language (ENG / FR / etc.) 2: use exclusively the new crsctl command (11g-12c) and not the old deprecated crs_stat

  • plugin_check_iis_requests

    WARNING and CRITICAL alerts when especific pool arrive to the N requests Author: Carlos Martín Luque

  • Check any file age from directory

    This plugin checks if any of the files from the specified directory has breached the aging threshold. it checks the individual file's created time against current system time. If the maximum age of any file is exceeded, a critical message is returned. It can check for a local as well as a shared path on your system. Tested on Windows 2k8, 2k3 servers

  • Check Hyper-V Integration Services

    Check Hyper-V Integration Services

  • mysql_check_connections

    Simple (and fast) check of the max number of connections used vs max configured. Also on github: https://github.com/SimoneLazzaris/mysql_check_connections

  • Check_SHOUTCast_v2

    ** Check SHOUTCast v2 + stream + listeners ** A Simple Nagios plugin for SHOUTCast, written in bash. This Nagios plugin will query a target SHOUTCast v2 server on the specified port for response, source connected and listeners (total/max/peak) at scheduled times. Thresholds can be configured within the script and/or parsed from the service declaration within each host. For the plugin to function properly, we'll need curl and xml2. DISCLAIMER: All info is provided "AS-IS", it's intended to fit my own purpose, and any unwanted consequences on your environment is your responsibility. You can take this, touch it, modify it, and make it work in your own setup without any guarantee that it will even work. If it does, awesome, but if it doesn't, well, you're on your own.

  • check_ lenovo xcc

    Python and bash script to monitor LENOVO server with XCC

  • Understanding Alerting In Nagios Network Analyzer

    This document describes how to create various alerts in Nagios Network Analyzer, such as sending them to a Nagios XI or Nagios Core monitoring server using Nagios Remote Data Processor (NRDP), sending an email, sending SNMP traps and executing scripts. This document is intended for use by Nagios Network Analyzer Administrators and users looking for information on how to setup alerting.

  • Nagios Network Analyzer – Managing Users

    This document describes how to add or modify Nagios Network Analyzer user accounts. This document is intended for use by Nagios Network Analyzer Administrators who need to create or modify users.

  • check_inodes.sh

    Plugin for checking count of inodes on a partition. The total amount of free/used inodes will be checked, where multiple partitions may be checked in the same run. Supports pnp4nagios for creation of performance graphs. Usage: check_inodes -w [warn, if free inode space is less than given percent] -c [critical, if free inode space is less than given percent] -p [Partition(s)] All options are mandantory. Warning and critical thresholds must be given in percent with '%' sign and multiple partitions must be seperated by comma e.g. check_inodes -w 10% -c 5% -f /dev/sda1,/dev/mapper/VG_MYVG-LV_MYLV