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check with nsclient++ nrpe.dll the memusage of a windows program.
The program check the memusage of a single or multiple instance of a programm. You need the nsclient++ on the windows machine with the NRPEListener.dll. In the nsc.ini you also need to uncomment the CheckExternalScripts.dll.

Then define an [external Scripts] like

[External Scripts]
check_dllhost_exe=cmd /c tasklist /FI "IMAGENAME eq dllhost.exe"
check_svchost_exe=cmd /c tasklist /FI "IMAGENAME eq svchost.exe"

In Nagios you have to install the check_nrpe in the /usr/local/nagios/libexec.

With the wrapper script check_winproc_ram the check_nrpe look at the windows host for the external script and compute the data for Nagios.
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bydiegosouza, April 18, 2011
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Is there a way to monitor dllhost.exe when are more than one process with this name?