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Polished and fixed version of check_diskwrite, which allows to check availability of either smb or windows shares, by writing and reading of file into the share.
Simple Shell Script, which touches a textfile with smbclient on an SMB-Mount, then checks if the file is readable, and deletes the file. Installation hints: - Needs smbclient installed - you'll need a file /etc/nagios2/conf.d/share1.pw in which you enter the smb-mount credentials like this (in this example with user: nagios and password: nagiosexec): username = nagios password = nagiosexec this User must have read/write access to the share! commands.cfg entry looks like this:

define command{
command_name=check-diskwrite
command_line=$USER1$/check_diskwrite $ARG1$ $ARG2$ $ARG3$
}

ARG1 : hostname ARG2 : share ARG3:Domain or Workgroup

corresponding service definition:

define service{
use generic-service
hostname HOSTNAME
description
check_command check-diskwrite!HOSTNAME!"SHARENAME"!WORKGROUP/DOMAIN NAME
}

share1.pw should look like standard smbclient configuration file,
see man smbclient, -A option.