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A Nagios-plugin to check if a device is mounted.
Those of you that have a bigger NFS infrastructure may know the problem, that some shares may unmount itself or won’t be mount correctly after reboot. This plugin checks whether a device a mounted on a specific mount point.

To run it just give it the mount point you’re looking for:

-m MOUNTPOINT wich mountpoint to check
[-t TYPE] optionally check whether it's this kind of fs-type

If you additionally define which mount type you expect, this plugin will check whether your expectation matches. Just try it out ;)
Maybe you have to modify the location of your by updating the lib-path in line 13

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Reviews (1)
bycyberflow, June 8, 2014
if used inserted mount like:
device1 /var
device2 /var/log

if you check /var, but have only /var/log, check was return OK.