Olivier 'Babar' Raginel
nagios at babar.us
Mon Aug 13 20:48:56 CEST 2012
On Mon, Aug 13, 2012 at 06:37:18PM +0000, Cantu, Ron wrote:
> I have enabled service performance data (perfdata) processing w/ my
> Nagios 3.3.1 installation (linux).
> I have enabled perfdata, which allows me to write the results of my
> load and memory checks to my DB using my perfdata processing script.
> The problem is w/ the check_ssh plugin, it does not pass performance
> data to my script. I’ve verified this by checking what data is being
> sent to my processing script. SSH data is never sent unless it’s for a
> statechange (stage changes are also processed by my perfdata processing
> Is this a known check_ssh issue that causes it to not to pass
> performance data to a perfdata processing script?
> Is there a fix?
Patch check_ssh so it outputs performance data? Not sure what it would
output though, 'cause I do not really see what kind of performance this
plugin could measure... The time to get a reply, like check_icmp? The
time to generate a session key? But I think it disconnects before even
getting to that stage.
So, what are you expecting to graph there?
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