[Nagiosplug-devel] working with inside and outside ranges
matthias.eble at mailing.kaufland-informationssysteme.com
Mon Jul 23 16:27:21 CEST 2007
Christoph Kroeger schrieb:
> I’m currently working on a plug-in to check the cpu usage of an NETAPP
> FS270 and all appliances which are using the same SNMP MIB. I have read
> the developer guidelines on the pages of
> http://nagiosplug.sourceforge.net/developer-guidelines.html and found a
> paragraph about ranges. I don’t understand the part where the usage of
> the @ is described. My understanding is the following:
> * If I give my program the parameters –w 70 and –c 80, then I will
> get a warning alert if the cpu usage is between 70 and 80 and a
> critical alert if the usage is upper 80%.
In this case ranges 0:70 and 0:80 are assumed. State is OK if the value
is inside both ranges (0-69), warning if value is outside warn and
> * Now my program gets a range for warning like 60:70 and range for
> critical like 80:90. The zones for an OK state are now between 60
> and 70 and 80 and 90. Is the area outside the ranges warning or
The area outside both ranges would be critical. But 65 would be critical
either. There will be no ok state with these ranges. OK Zone is 60-70 if
you define define -w 60:70 -c 60:80. 60-70 is inside both ranges here.
> * If the range are lead by an @ the program has to post a warning
> between 60 and 70 and an critical alert between 80 and 90.
That's correct. But you might want to take care for the upper limit.
> Fachinformatiker -Systemintegration-
What a cool ausbildungsberuf ^^
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