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Ironport plugin with perfdata

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check_ironportupdated check_ironport with perfdata (2009-06-25)
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This is a script to check RAM, CPU, QUEUE, Work Queue, and Mail Rate and other important parameters on Ironport Appliances and it returns performance data for graphing the results.
This is an update to the plugin made by Claudio Saavedra and updated by Steven Geerts.

The only difference is that I modified the plugin to output performance data so results can be graphed using a graphing system
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Hi,
Good plugin !!
I added the feature to get log_used gauge and also "rates" from status file.
The parameter should be rates_xxx where xxx is the rate you want to get.
I don't care about warning and critical, I need rates only for my graphs.

This is the result of the diff between your and my version.
109a110,112
> # delete EOL in XML key
> sed ':a;N;$!ba;s/\"\n/\"/g' ${STATUSFILE} > ${STATUSFILE}.tmp && mv ${STATUSFILE}.tmp ${STATUSFILE}
>
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IPORTPAR=`grep log_used $STATUSFILE | cut -d\" -f 4`
> if [ $IPORTPAR -ge $PAR_WARN ]; then
> if [ $IPORTPAR -ge $PAR_CRIT ]; then
> exitstatus=${STATE_CRITICAL}
> echo "LOG DISK SPACE CRITICAL: $IPORTPAR%" "| RESULT=$IPORTPAR%;$PAR_WARN;$PAR_CRIT;"
> else
> exitstatus=${STATE_WARNING}
> echo "LOG DISK SPACE WARNING: $IPORTPAR%" "| RESULT=$IPORTPAR%;$PAR_WARN;$PAR_CRIT;"
> fi
> else
> exitstatus=${STATE_OK}
> echo "LOG DISK SPACE OK: $IPORTPAR%" "| RESULT=$IPORTPAR%;$PAR_WARN;$PAR_CRIT;"
> fi
> ;;
> rates_*)
> SEARCH=`echo -n $ARGS | cut -c 7-`
> IPORTPAR1=`grep $SEARCH $STATUSFILE | grep rate | cut -d\" -f 4`
> IPORTPAR5=`grep $SEARCH $STATUSFILE | grep rate | cut -d\" -f 6`
> IPORTPAR15=`grep $SEARCH $STATUSFILE | grep rate | cut -d\" -f 8`
> if [ "$IPORTPAR1" == "" ]; then
> exitstatus=${STATE_UNKNOWN}
> echo "Rate $SEARCH UNKNOWN : unable to get data from Ironport, check variable name"
> else
> # Return is always OK for rates !!
> exitstatus=${STATE_OK}
> echo "Rate $SEARCH returns:"
> echo "Last_1_Min = "$IPORTPAR1
> echo "Last_5_Min = "$IPORTPAR5
> echo "Last_15_Min = "$IPORTPAR15
> echo "| Last_1_min=$IPORTPAR1; Last_5_Min=$IPORTPAR5; Last_15_Min=$IPORTPAR15"
> fi
> ;;