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Reviews(3)
byNooJ, July 9, 2015
1 of 1 people found this review helpful
Check_as400
Very good plugin, was able to make it work with an old os400, now we have updated our hardware/firmware and actually nagios give us "(Service check timed out after 90.01 seconds)"

I remember that on some older version I had to edit the token in check_as400.class

If I execute the check in CLI I have correct results but I have to press CTRL+C to close it.

This is what I have in debug mod :
[...]
CRITICAL - 888 active jobs in system | jobs=888;80.0;90.0;0;
Logging out...
sending F3...
waiting for token ===>...
token received.
requesting signoff...
waiting for token System . . . . ....

Have you a solution ?
Owner's reply

* Nagios user may need to use IBM default sign-on display file
Or change nagiso user to other subsystem description to use system default display file(QSYS/QDSIGNON)


or
modify check_as400_lang.java
change this line

public String LOGIN_SCREEN="System . . . . .";

"System . . . . ." to fit your sigon menu

and recompile it.

byNooJ, November 13, 2013
Good check here.
Work like a charm when I launch this by command line (ie. ./check_vmware_api -H 192.168.2.25 -u supervision -p **** -l runtime -s status )

But when I launch this in NAGIOS I get : (Service Check Timed Out)

I already tried to install older Net-Http perl module (v 6.3)
perl -MCPAN -e shell
install GAAS/Net-HTTP-6.03.tar.gz

But nothing change.

Any help here ?
byNooJ, February 16, 2012
Hello,
I wanted to try your snmp_printer plugin but I'm a bit lost. I don't know how to describe the plugin in the commands.cfg and in my printer.cfg

Actually I have something like that :

In commands.cfg
# 'check_snmp_printer.pl' command definition
define command{
command_name check_snmp_printer
command_line $USER1$/check_snmp_printer.pl -H $HOSTADDRESS$ $ARG1$ -P -S -t $ARG2$

And in printer.cfg
define service{
use generic-service
host_name Printer1
service_description Toner Supply
check_command check_snmp_printer!public!"CONSUM Toners"!20!10
}

define service{
use generic-service
host_name Printer1
service_description Printer Model
check_command check_snmp_printer!public!"MODEL"
}
Thanks for your help.