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Check Number Processes of Windows Servers - SNMP

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Plugin in Shell Script to check via SNMP the number of processes of Windows Servers. Use the MIB HOST-RESOURCES-MIB:: hrSystemProcesses.0
Plugin in Shell Script to check via SNMP the number of processes of Windows Servers.

Use the MIB HOST-RESOURCES-MIB:: hrSystemProcesses.0

Dependencies: net-snmp and net-snmp-utils

Use: check_nproc_snmp HOST COMMUNITY NPROC_WARNING NPROC_CRITICAL

Example: check_nproc_snmp 192.168.0.74 public 200 250

André Luiz Facina
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I've been searching for a day or so now for the right OID to check the number of processes running on a remote system, and it was this check that finally had the answer for me! The plugin itself is very simple, lacking usage text and argument flags, but it does work if you have the right MIB. Thank you!