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Checks Microsoft Windows 2008 or higher enabled scheduled tasks excluding or including defined folders and task patterns, returning state of tasks with name, author, exit code, last runtime and performance data to Nagios.
Check MS Windows disk load by using this Powershell script to get all disk load related counters from Windows Performance Manager, computing averages for all gathered samples and calculating read / write rate, number of reads / writes, read / write latenc ...
Generate a dynamic MotD (Message of the Day) which displays system information after logging into a Linux server.. For example IP, Release, Kernel, Platform, Uptime, CPU Utilisation and Load, Memory, Swap, Disk information, the number of yum / apt-get / z ...
Query number of pending WSUS updates and last successful update installation date on a Windows host and alert based on the amount of days the server had no updates.
Checks Linux process count, CPU and memory usage and produce relevant exit code and performance data to Nagios.