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check_filesize

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Current Version
1.3
Last Release Date
2012-12-30
Compatible With
  • Nagios 3.x
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License
MPL
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FileDescription
check_filesize.shcheck_filesize.sh

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Check if size of the specified files is smaller then given parameters.
Return OK if its smaller and Warning or Error if Bytesize is greater as given parameters.

The script is written for Linux/Unix. Its tested on RH/CentOS, SuSE, Debian, but should work on all Linux/Unix system with a sh or bash ;)

Usage: check_filesize.sh -w BYTESIZE -c BYTESIZE FILE [FILE2 FILE3 ...]
Usage: check_filesize.sh -h,--help
Options:
FILES Check this file(s)
-w Bytes Warn if filesize greater then this
-c Bytes Critical filesize greater this
# --------------------------------------------------------------------
# check if ...
# 1) ... file exists
# 2) ... has the correct filesize
# --------------------------------------------------------------------


This plugin is NOT developped by the Nagios Plugin group.
Please do not e-mail them for support on this plugin, since
they won't know what you're talking about.

For contact info, read the plugin itself...


# changes 1.3
# - just update license information
# changes 1.2
# - look for logger path via which command
# - fixes for solaris support
# changes 1.1
# - add license information