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Checks number of running NetFlow or sFlow devices compared to the number configured devices on Nagios Network Analyzer
This plugin helps you determining if there are any crashed flow devices or devices that are stopped and should be started.

If you have both sFlow and NetFlow devices you should create 2 services.
Example for NetFlow (which is the default type in case you do not supply arguments:
check_flow_devices.sh --type NetFlow

Multiline output helps you with a clickable hyperlink to the Nagios Network Analyzer Souces Page.