[Nagiosplug-help] plugin client side howto

Winn Johnston winn_johnston at yahoo.com
Sun Jun 4 23:07:52 CEST 2006

ok i figured some of it out. It turns out there is a
config file we are using that does some sort of
mapping of commands to services, (i believe, i am not
at the office at the moment). Then after defining the
command (check_propagation) i need to reload the
nagios config files.

This is where i am have stopped. There is a nogios -V
(or some sort of check config command switch) I was
wondering if that checks the integrity of all the
configs? This is a production environment.


--- jeff vier <boinger at tradingtechnologies.com> wrote:

> > On 5/31/06, Winn Johnston
> <winn_johnston at yahoo.com> wrote:
> >         hello,
> >         
> >         i am looking for some doumentation on
> setting up 
> >         nrpe.cfg, and the check configs. I found a
> plugin that
> >         monitors database replication. it is a
> perl script
> >         called chec_replication.pl. Seems to work
> very well,
> >         infact when i run it from the command line
> i get the 
> >         desired output, however, i can't seem to
> figure out
> >         how to get the nagios webpage to show the
> output of
> >         the script. i know i am missing something.
> Not positive what you mean, but here goes:
> Best guess is that the script is outputting multiple
> lines (Nagios only allows one).
> Also, Nagios has a very explicit exitcode structure.
>  Keep that in mind.
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