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Apple Mac OS X Server Monitoring Library

Current Version
0.6.3
Last Release Date
2011-09-22
Compatible With
  • Nagios 2.x
  • Nagios 3.x
License
LGPL
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Apple OS X Servers run a command and control daemon on port 311 which uses XML to send and receive commands and report status.
Apple OS X Servers run a command and control daemon on port 311 which uses XML to send and receive commands and report status. This is the native protocol used by Apple's own Server Manager application and talks over HTTPS. Using this library it's possible to get status updates from a server and send commands to restart services etc.

Monitor & Automatically Restart

* AFP
* Calendar
* DHCP
* Directory Services
* DNS
* FTP
* IP Filter
* Jabber
* Mail
* MySQL
* NAT
* Netboot
* NFS
* Podcast
* Print
* Quicktime Streaming Server
* RADIUS
* SMB/CIFS
* Software Update/Patches Required
* Software Update Service
* Teams
* VPN
* Web
* Web Objects
* XGrid


This code can be run from Linux (theoretically any OS with Python 2.5), Mac OS X and it should run with Windows also. It can talk to server versions of Panther, Tiger, Leopard and Snow Leopard (Older Versions May Work But I Have No Access To Them). Snow Leopard is still in development but a development build from Feb/March has worked perfectly.
Reviews (2)
I just wrote a patch based on the version 0.6.5 to output perfData to be used with NAgVis gadgets
https://github.com/inviqa/SysAdmin/tree/master/libsrvrmgrd-osx-perfdata_patch
Using Nagios and libsrvrmgrd-osx to monitor OS X Services
http://glarizza.posterous.com/using-nagios-and-libsrvrmgrd-osx-to-monitor-o