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check_rsnapshot.pl v1.1

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Check rsnapshot backups based on information from rsnapshot's configuration file.
Check plugin for rsnapshot written in Perl. The plugin parses the rsnapshot configuration file for backup intervals and backup points and checks the snapshots for completeness.

Usage: check_rsnapshot.pl /path/to/config-file

This check plugin has been tested with Nagios 3.0.6 and rsnapshot 1.2.9, but is expected to work with different versions of that programs, too.

UPDATE: Added support for include_conf. Configurations from additional files included from rsnapshot's main config file via include_conf statement are also checked now.
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Did encounter a problem when the check_rsnapshot is returning a warning message. The errormessage was sent to STDERR and not to the NRPE.

I did modify the check_rsnapshot print statement containing STDERR. Just removed all STDERR references.
byTozz, April 30, 2013
1 of 1 people found this review helpful
Plugin works great, but has compatibility issues with latest version of rsnapshot. "interval" is now deprecated and replaced by "retain". So the plugin needs some updating.