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Plugins for monitoring various operating systems.
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This is a Nagios-check which verify all open files against a threshold.
This plugin is successfully tested on Ubuntu server-client environment. This script, written in bash is intended for getting total CPU use in percentage along with four important CPU usage information like User, System,Idle and IOwait. By default it will ...
YET ANOTHER DISK CHECK FOR LINUX SYSTEMS ( AUTOMATICALLY DETECTS THE MOUNT-POINTS ) Shell script (written in pure bash to avoid installation any extra programming languages ) It is designed to work on any linux operating system. ( tested on Debian8 ...
Checks a disk is writable and functioning properly by writing a tiny canary file with unique generated contents and then reading it back to make sure it was written properly. Useful to detect I/O errors and disks that have been re-mounted read-only as ...
This is a Nagios-check which verify if there are to many opened for a given user. For me this was necessary to check an application server. Its also useful for monitoring the server and fine tune it.
Simple script to check path exists on linux. Remember that you can check windows/other filesystems paths using NFS/SAMBA/SMB/OTHER mounting point. Enjoy it!
This tests how long it has been since the puppet agent was last run, and exits with OK, Warning or Critical status depending on the interval. This is useful in installations where the puppet agent is being run by a cron job, rather than the daemon.
Checks the memory (physical and virtual) usage for Windows, Solaris, Linux servers, Cisco firewalls and MacAffee WebGateway By Martin Fuerstenau
Check_vos returns operating system a computer (Linux or Microsoft). This script uses Shell.
Checks if there are any System alert messages active on xenServer pool/host. Requires atleast XenServer 6.2.0 version as message priorities are not defined properly on older versions. Uses XenAPI. Tested on CentOS 6.7. v1.0.1 fixes XenAPI session logo ...
This is small script that can monitor your Puppet installation and its components.
Check the capacity of a volume using df. Tested on Linux, FreeBSD, AIX, and OSX.
Shell script that recursively checks for filesystem input/output errors by directory using stat. Depth is configurable.
Nagios plugin to check server fileststem usage. Usage: check_all_fs.sh [-w ] [-c ] -w warning threshold (usage% as integer)" -c critical threshold (usage% as integer)" -h this help screen" -V version info" Example: check_all_fs.sh -w 90 -c 95