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Check IBM 2498-F48 status
This plugin is to check IBM 2498-F48 switch status and the results are shown in Nagios GUI.
Check Safeguard Licences
checks configured safeguard enterprise sql server for license usage and expiry
PowerCLI - vCenter Datastore Alarm Checker
This script will login to a vCenter server and check to see if the Datastore usage alarm is enabled, if it is it will output the thresholds. If the top level is not enabled the check will go through each Datastore individually and ensure there is a Datastore alarm on it, if there is no alarms a list of datastores requiring alarms will be generated. Version History 1.1 - Added in error handeling for vCenter login and VimAutomation snapin
Check resolver for DNSsec support
Perl-based NAGIOS script to check to see if a specified DNS recursive resolver supports DNSsec and properly fails with an incorrectly signed zone.
NAF - Reconfigure Nagios Host - Hostgroups
Bash script to process host config files and add, remove or replace hostgroups. Optimized for Nagios Reactor.
check IBM SVC device status
The plugin is using Python and check SVC status using SVC CLI in SSH connection. If offered 4 functions to check pool capacity,pool status, FC port status and Node status. It support SVC family device(such as V7000,V500)
SX1710 monitoring plugin
Plugin to monitor the following on a Mellanox SX1710 switch -- Temperature -- Fan -- Power -- CPU Utilization The plugin retrieves the information using SSH.
G8052/G8264 monitoring plugin
The plugin can be used to monitor the following for G8052/G8264 IBM switches -- SNMP -- Temperature -- Fan -- Global Health status -- Power -- CPU Utilization The plugin uses SNMPv1/v2c to get the information from the switch.
Currently only supports AWS RDS and AWS ElastiCache. I was tired of never finding a good cloudwatch script that actually used aws-cli, so I wrote my own. I would love to extend it with capabilities to monitor more than just RDS and ElasticCache All the information is on my github page. Let me know what you think or if you have suggestions.
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