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arnotixe

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Check QNAP Disk
on my QNAP TS-853A 8-bay I just went to control panel and enabled SNMP.

Heads up: As http://search.cpan.org/dist/Nagios-Plugin/lib/Nagios/Plugin.pm indicates, you need to search-and-replace "Nagios::Plugin" with "Monitoring::Plugin" in the perl script now.

You also need to perl -MCPAN -e 'install Monitoring::Plugin' instead of "Nagios::Plugin' :D
thanks!
byarnotixe, March 4, 2017
Since I run backups late night I needed also yesterday's backups checked, and did: after #my $date = strftime("%d-%b-%Y", localtime); I added:

#Yesterday :)
#http://stackoverflow.com/questions/3506475/how-do-i-get-yesterdays-date-using-localtime
my $date = strftime("%d-%b-%Y", localtime);
my ($sec, $min, $hour, $mday, $mon, $year) = localtime();
my $yesterday_midday=timelocal(0,0,12,$mday,$mon,$year) - 24*60*60;
($sec, $min, $hour, $mday, $mon, $year) = localtime($yesterday_midday);
my $yesterdate = strftime("%d-%b-%Y", localtime($yesterday_midday));


and added an OR to the date check further down:
# want only todays and yesterdays jobs
next unless ($job{'Start time'} =~ m/^\Q$date\E\s/) or ($job{'Start time'} =~ m/^\Q$yesterdate\E\s/);

thanks !