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Reviews (3)
byL-UniX, September 10, 2012
Hi all,

I discovered the same errors as mentioned above (by Majed):
./check_oracle.pl: line 9: use: command not found
./check_oracle.pl: line 10: use: command not found
./check_oracle.pl: line 11: use: command not found
./check_oracle.pl: line 13: our: command not found
./check_oracle.pl: line 29: syntax error near unexpected token `('
./check_oracle.pl: line 29: `our %status_text = ('

Well I was able to get rid of those messages, because I rebuild some code-lines and I want to share my updated version 1.2 of this "check_oracle" perl script.

So where can I upload my version?
Do you (tevkar) want me to send you an email with the updated check_oracle.pl script?

I really want to share my knowledge!

Thanks for reading this! ;-)

Have a nice day.

Best regards,

Steven
Owner's reply

Yes please. Please send your updates to post_at_itefix.no

byMajed, July 19, 2011
0 of 1 people found this review helpful
the readme is not clear but i used the command check_oracle.pl to get an output and here is the output i got:

srvmonm plugins # ./check_oracle.pl
./check_oracle.pl: line 9: use: command not found
./check_oracle.pl: line 10: use: command not found
./check_oracle.pl: line 11: use: command not found
./check_oracle.pl: line 13: our: command not found
./check_oracle.pl: line 29: syntax error near unexpected token `('
./check_oracle.pl: line 29: `our %status_text = ('
Owner's reply

It works. Maybe you should do something with line-endings. This plugin is written for Oracle checks on Windows systems and it will also work on Unix systems after having line endings converted.

bybrownie, May 2, 2011
I think, and i'm quite sure this is only compatible for Windows OS and not for Linux
which is very sad, because this would be a very usefull plugin for me...
Owner's reply

Hmm. Version 1.1 introduces conditional checks for Windows dependencies. So it will be easier to port/run the script on Linuz or other systems.