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Nagios plugins for monitoring Samba (SMB) shares and services.

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check mountpoints like nfs, cifs, davfs, lustre, ocf2, ...

Check if all specified nfs/cifs/davfs mounts exist and if they are correct implemented. That means we check /etc/fstab, the mountpoints in the filesystem and if they are mounted. It is written for Linux and Solaris, uses proc-Filesystem and was tested on ...


This is a Nagios plugin for checking the normal operation of a Samba-based Active Directory server (Domain Controller). As of Samba 4.x, Samba is capable of running as an Active Directory server (ie. Domain Controller). This plugin runs the command ...



The current check_disk_smb plugin does not support spaces in the share name. This is a very, very simple modification to the original check_disk_smb plugin which allows the share in question to have spaces in the name.


check_share This plug-in allows Nagios to check if a network share works well simulating user's behavior. It is ideal to monitor shares in a Windows enviornment (with a domain account) easily.


Check anonymous listing of shares on SMB server


Check an SMB share using SMB1, SMB2, or SMB3. Checks Logon, Access, and if a share exists.



SMB share freespace check



Tests the existence/age/size/contents of a file/folder on a SMB share. It's a Perl script that uses the Filesys::SmbClient module to do all the work.



Simple script to test a samba share. You can use is to test if a file exists on a windows domain. Usage: $PROGNAME -H -W -s -f -u -p -S -E $PROGNAME --help $PROGNAME --version



Checks if a specific SMB share exists. Can be used to check for printer shares as well. Uses an anonymous login if no username or password is supplied. If your share has spaces in its name make sure you "quote" it in the command argument -s.



check_smb_share_AA is another plugin to check access to Windows Share for a specific user.

Nagios plugin to return the number of user/processes into a smb server, total machines connected and the number of files open.



Check mount SMB in windows via PowerShell. The main goal is to check and monitor mount.