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Plugin to check linux system performance (cpu, mem, load, disk usage, disk io, network usage, open files and processes). A perl plugin using Sys::Statistics::Linux Thanks to Jonny Schulz, the author of Sys::Statistics::Linux, for his great work (ht ...
This plugin uses check_nt, which is part of the official Nagios plugin collection. However with check_nt you only get to check one value (e.g. Bytes sent/s). If one wants to create graphics with Bytes_in and Bytes_out, there is need to bundle two checks i ...
This is a plugin to monitor a Dell Equallogic storage device with Nagios. Its written in shell so it should run on almost all Linux/Unix based systems. It's using SNMP (v2) to query the informations from the Equallogic device. To be able to use the script ...
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 ...
This Dashlet allows you to select a service definition and display the current status information as a Dashlet. For example, you want to watch the free space check on a particular server (it's been fluctuating recently for no reason). This Dashlet a ...
This is a generic plugin for Nagios which checks json values from a given HTTP endpoint against argument specified rules and determines the status and performance data for that service.
Nagios plugin to monitor BackupPC disk quota usage
Text File with Step by Step Instructions for Installing Nagios and Nconf on the Raspberry Pi. Use Putty.exe to SSH to the box and you can copy and paste the commands. 15 Minutes from Fresh Image to Running Nagios. Cheers, Jeff
Checks Microsoft Windows 2008 or higher enabled scheduled tasks excluding or including defined folders and task patterns, returning state of tasks with name, author, exit code, last runtime and performance data to Nagios.
Nagios plugin to monitor BackupPC status
Generate a MotD (Message of the Day) which displays system information after logging into a Linux server.. For example CPU, Memory, Swap and disk information, but also the number of yum updates waiting to be installed, number of processes in use, the numb ...
Checks the number of days since the last successful WSUS update and alert if warning or critical threshold is exceeded.
Plugin for nagios for check Imap (No-SSL & SSL)