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Reviews(5)
byAdmin_UCOP, September 19, 2013
check_network.py
Most plugins are used in enterprise environments where nagios user does not have root or sudo privileges. ifconfig cannot be run in such environments which makes the plugin unusable.

You can do almost the same code, but get the byte and packet readings from /sys/class/net/eth0/statistics. Using this method you will not need the subprocess library. Make it more simple and usable.
byAdmin_UCOP, July 18, 2013
1 of 1 people found this review helpful
check_ps.sh
The stats are working, but for some reason I just can't seem to figure the issue with the performance graphs. Saved the .php template, named the command after the template and still no graphs. I also re-checked the actual php template and it looks legit to me. Anybody else had this issue?
byAdmin_UCOP, July 16, 2013
1 of 1 people found this review helpful
It works fine. I will work on expanding this script to include various options like total process count, etc.
byAdmin_UCOP, July 12, 2013
Network and System Monitoring with Nagios and Cacti
Why so many dead links. This is not good
check_mem.sh
Love the plugin and its very useful. Only in my setup it produces separate graphs for every type of memory metric. On your sample image you have a consolidated graphs where different metrics are shown in different colors. How did you do it? Thanks in advance!