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check_next_fsck

Current Version
1
Last Release Date
2010-03-20
Compatible With
  • Nagios 3.x
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License
GPL
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Check the date and mount count of the device passed by parameter. It's able to manage devices not configurated to be checked by fsck (values -1 and none in max mount count and date interval).
Check the date and mount count of the device passed by parameter. It's able to manage devices not configurated to be checked by fsck (values -1 and none in max mount count and date interval).

Needs sudo without passwd to run tune2fs

Usage: check_next_fsck -w DAYS,MOUNTS -c DAYS,MOUNTS -d DEVICE

In example:

/usr/lib/nagios/plugins/check_next_fsck -w 7,10 -c 4,5 -d /dev/sda1

Show warning 7 days or 10 mounts before /dev/sda1 needs a fsck or critical 4 days or 5 mounts.
Reviews (1)
Good script, but it doesn't control when a type of check (time or mount count) is disabled.

The script contemplate when for example a device has maximum mount counts disabled, but it does not return any value for that situation.