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byrendicott, April 12, 2013
1 of 1 people found this review helpful
SNMP Printer Check
Great script!

@zarisha
To avoid the "WARNING: No SNMP response from -C! Make sure host is up and SNMP is configured properly." message make sure that you add the additional $ after "$HOSTADDRESS" in the command definition. The OP was missing it and it fixed my problem.

The following line in the OP:
command_line $USER1$/check_snmp_printer -H $HOSTADDRESS -C $ARG1$ -x $ARG2 -w $ARG3$ -c

Should be:
command_line $USER1$/check_snmp_printer -H $HOSTADDRESS$ -C $ARG1$ -x $ARG2 -w $ARG3$ -c
byrendicott, December 26, 2012
0 of 1 people found this review helpful
At first this wasn't working on 3.2.1

I could see it trying to process the command when I tail nagios.log but it wasn't actually setting the downtime. I manually set a downtime through the web interface while watching the nagios.log and saw that the web interface was adding an extra parameter [0] (in between FIXED[1] and DYNDOWNDURATION[7200]) to the command that the perl script wasn't.

Perl Script:
SCHEDULE_HOST_DOWNTIME;ATLSQL1;1356546900;1356552400;1;7200;Nagios;ScheduledDowntime_TEST_ATLSQL1


SCHEDULE_HOST_DOWNTIME;ATLSQL1;1356546900;1356552400;1;0;7200;Nagios;ScheduledDowntime_TEST_ATLSQL1

So I modified the printf line of the "sched_downtime" perl script to hard code that extra zero:

Before:
printf $CMD "[$EpochTime] SCHEDULE_HOST_DOWNTIME;$Hostname;$DownStartEpoch;$DownEndEpoch;$Fixed;$DynDownDuration;$Username;$Comments\n";

After:
printf $CMD "[$EpochTime] SCHEDULE_HOST_DOWNTIME;$Hostname;$DownStartEpoch;$DownEndEpoch;$Fixed;0;$DynDownDuration;$Username;$Comments\n";

Now it works great, thanks!