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bydceola, July 25, 2013
Script was fairly easy to setup; hardest part was getting the VMWare SDK/API for Perl to install properly.

Question: Is there a way to change the script such that the output to Nagios doesn't include the name of the script (in all caps) directly before the returned status?

All of my check results look like:

I'd like to not have the check_esx.pl bit first. Note, this is the name of the script on my system as I renamed from what it's downloaded as for my ease of use
Just configured this script (July 25 2013) to monitor my two BLC3000 units. Appears to work!

nagios@occ-nagios:/usr/local/nagios/libexec$ ./check_hp_bladechassis -H -C Public -i -v -s -e
OK - System: 'BladeSystem c3000 Enclosure', SN: 'MySNRemoved', Firmware: '2.25', hardware working fine, 4 blades, 3 i/o modules
bydceola, November 13, 2012
This plugin works very well. I'm currently using it to monitor all of my SharePoint site collections as well as our MS CRM site. It works great for any page that requires NTLM authentication.

I've actually been wondering if there is a way to 'convert' this script to a windows friendly exe, in order to run it from a few client side systems through nsclient++. I've tried a few things myself but it kept coming back to not being able to get CURL installed on windows...
bydceola, September 23, 2011
Teeny Nagios

I like the interface of this app, but my hosts are not being color-coded to match their status. Also, is there any way to make it Only show Down or critical hosts/services? With a few hundred hosts, it is hard to view everything.
bydceola, April 28, 2011
2 of 2 people found this review helpful
SNMP Printer Check
Any chance someone can share their service definition and command definition lines for this? I'm having trouble configuring them correctly.
Owner's reply

Your command definition should look like this:

define command {
command_name check_printer
command_line $USER1$/check_printer $HOSTADDRESS$ $ARG1$ $ARG2$