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check_vmio

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Checks Virtual Memory and Input / Output Data from Linux and Solaris Systems
HOW TO USE


Usage:
check_vmio.sh [-Vhv] [-p parameter [-w threshold] [-c threshold]]


Options:

-h
Displays this help dialog

-V
Displays Version and Credits

-p
sets which value will be observed. For mor information see
Parameters below.

-w
sets the warning thredhold. Default is 0:0. For more information
see Nagios Developer guidlines or see Thredholds below.

-c
sets the critical thredhold. Default is 0:0. For more information
see Nagios Developer guidlines or see Thredholds below.

Parameters:

WAIT_TIME
If set the plugin will show the average wait time IO inputs are
in queue.

PROCESS_QUEUE
If set the plugin will show the average number of processes in
queue.

PROCESS_BLOCKED
If set the plugin will show the average number of blocked
processes.

SWAP_AVAIL
If set the plugin will show the average aviable Swap.
Thredholds in kB.

PAGE_IN
If set the plugin will show the average number of pages in.

PAGE_OUT
If set the plugin will show the average number of pages out.

SYS_CPU_TIME
If set the plugin will analye the average CPU-time used by the
system.


Thredholds:

Syntax:
[@]start:end

1. start <= end
2. start and : is not required if start=0
3. if range is of format "start:" and end is not specified,
assume end is infinity
4. to specify negative infinity, use "~"
5. alert is raised if metric (VALUE) is outside start and end
range (inclusive of endpoints)
6. if range starts with "@", then alert if inside this range
(inclusive of endpoints)





Additional information. The Plugin has benn tested on:
-> Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server release 5.2 (Tikanga)
-> SunOS 10 sparc

And should run propperly out of the box.