[Nagiosplug-help] millisecond monitoring on check_http?

Thomas G. Lau lkthomas at gmail.com
Sun Jan 2 13:32:42 CET 2011

Should I download check_http trunk only or everything? 
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From: Thomas Guyot-Sionnest
Sent:  02/01/2011, 4:34  AM
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Subject: Re: [Nagiosplug-help] millisecond monitoring on check_http?

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On 11-01-01 11:46 AM, Thomas Guyot-Sionnest wrote:
> On 10-12-30 10:43 PM, Thomas Graham wrote:
>> Guys, I want to monitor if our web server response is higher than
>> 400ms, but check_http only offer minimum 1second of warning threshold,
>> may I ask if there is any solution for that? thanks.
> Well, interestingly check_http do not use (yet) the official
> nagios-plugins format. Patching that isn't too hard though and would
> give you the ability ot specify fractions of seconds. I guess it would
> be possible to have it done for the next plugins release.
> In the mean time, you can use your favourite scripting language to write
> a check, or look at http://exchange.nagios.org/ for a plugin that works
> for you.

And this has been implemented in trunk. The next
nagios-plugins-master.tar.gz snapshot to be uploaded here should have it:


Make sure the file date is in 2011, the snapshots normally get created

> Thanks

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