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WordPress-Update-Notifier

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Current Version
1.0
Last Release Date
2011-07-06
Compatible With
  • Nagios 1.x
  • Nagios 2.x
  • Nagios 3.x
Twitter Handle
binfalse
License
GPL
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89048
Files:
FileDescription
check_wp.PHPcheck_wp.PHP

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Monitoring the WordPress up-to-date status.
This script checks whether there are updates for your WordPress installation. It’s written in PHP to use the WordPress code itself, we don’t need to to reinvent the wheel ;-)
There are two types of checks:

Web-based checks: If you are not allowed or however not able to setup Nagios (or whatever monitoring solution you’re using) on the web-server you can check the WP-core-version remotely. The plugin will download your website and compares the version in the header with the lastes version provided by the WordPress-API. It’s only working if you don’t suppress the header field , e.g. with plugins like Secure WordPress. Just pass your domain together with --web to the plugin.

Local installation checks: If your monitoring solution has access to your installation files you should provide this path along with --dir.

Read the full documentation at the plugins homepage!