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send_nrdp Python NRDP Client

Rating
1 vote
Favoured:
1
Current Version
0.1
Last Release Date
2012-02-16
Compatible With
  • Nagios 3.x
  • Nagios XI
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usage: send_nrdp.py [options]

options:
-u URL, --url=URL ** REQUIRED ** The URL used to access the remote NRDP Server Usually: http://<IP_ADDRESS>/nrdp/
agent.
-t TOKEN, --token=TOKEN
** REQUIRED ** The authentication token used to access
the remote NRDP agent.
-H HOSTNAME, --hostname=HOSTNAME
The name of the host associated with the passive
host/service check result.
-s SERVICE, --service=SERVICE
For service checks, the name of the service associated
with the passive check result.
-S STATE, --state=STATE
An integer indicating the current state of the host or
service.
-o OUTPUT, --output=OUTPUT
Text output to be sent as the passive check result.
Newlines should be encoded with encoded newlines (n).
-d DELIM, --delim=DELIM
With only the required parameters send_nrdp.py is
capable of processing data piped to it either from a
file or other process. By default, we use t as the
delimiter however this may be specified with the -d
option data should be in the following formats one
entry per line.
-c CHECKTYPE, --checktype=CHECKTYPE
1 for passive 0 for active
-h, --help show this help message and exit
Reviews (1)
Nice client, provides error messages if url or token is incorrect. I noticed that if providing results on stdin, nothing seems to happen. I believe the 3rd and 4th last lines are indented too far. The two lines

xml += ""
self.post_data(options.url, options.token, xml)

should be indented two levels, to match the else: about 15 lines earlier.

Thanks!