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Nagios Exchange

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_available_memory

    Uses the value of (MemAvailable / MemTotal) from /proc/meminfo to determine current % of memory available.

  • vcsa_monitor.sh

    Simple script to monitor Vmware center VCSA health status via REST API (https) monitor all health status referenced here : https://vdc-repo.vmware.com/vmwb-repository/dcr-public/1cd28284-3b72-4885-9e31-d1c6d9e26686/71ef7304-a6c9-43b3-a3cd-868b2c236c81/doc/index.html#PKG_com.vmware.appliance.health

  • Stock check

    Simple bash script returning current price of a stock

  • nginxCacheStatus

  • HTML alert emails for Nagios

    - HTML replacement for standard mail construct (printf.....| mail) - Userdefined logo in mail - Colors freely definable - Clickable links to monitor.

  • Check Rubrik

    Check Rubrik Edge or Brik. The scripts has 4 checks available: - node - check node statusn" - runway - check runway availablen" - storage - shows percent availablen" - tasks - check status of the tasks n",

  • check_cft_listcat

    Nagios compatible plugin to check CFT catalog size CFT (Cross File Transfer) is a software published by Axway that allows secure file transfers accros multiple clients/organisations. When using CFT, you have to make sure that the catalog (the internal database which keeps track of all the transfers) doesn't exceed a given maximum (which is limited by configuration, often between 10k and 30k). When approching the catalog limit, you have either to purge the catalog or to switch the catalog. If you don't and reach the limit, CFT will freeze and all future transfers incomign/outgoing will be rejected.

  • check_proxy_http_url

    This Nagios® compatible plugin allows you to check allowed/blocked URLs. With check_proxy_http_url, you can check URLs through a proxy, follow correctly 302 redirections, and specify whether a specific page being accessible is either a good OR a bad thing. This is especially useful when you block certains pages with an Internet proxy and you want to make sure that theses pages are indeed blocked. Installation This pluggin relies on wget binary, which is available on most systems for now. In the future, cURL option will probably also available as it tends to replace wget. Aside from wget and bash, there are no prerequisites. Usage /var/lib/nrpe/plugins/check_proxy_http_url.sh -u TARGET_URL [-p PROXY_ADDRESS:PROXY_PORT] [-r] [-v] Example output [root@lanhost ~]# /var/lib/nrpe/plugins/check_proxy_http_url.sh -u some_forbidden_website.com -r OK: URL some_forbidden_website.com isn't available and it shouldn't - 403 [root@lanhost ~]# /var/lib/nrpe/plugins/check_proxy_http_url.sh -p internal_proxy:8181 -u some_allowed_website_that_isnt_accessible.com CRITICAL: URL some_allowed_website_that_isnt_accessible.com isn't available and it should - 403

  • Sending Mac OS X Logs To Nagios Log Server

    This document describes how to configure Mac OS X to send logs to Nagios Log Server. This document is intended for use by Nagios Log Server Administrators who wish to configure Mac OS X to send logs to Nagios Log Server.

  • Nagios Log Server – Performance and Storage Walkthrough

    This document describes requirements and performance needs such as disk space, memory, processor speed for Nagios Log Server based on cluster size and the amount of log data read per day. This document is intended for use by Nagios Log Server Administrators while planning or creating their Nagios Log Server cluster.