The check_disk_smb Plugin

check_disk_smb v2.3git (monitoring-plugins 2.3git)
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Copyright (c) 2000 Michael Anthon/Karl DeBisschop

Perl Check SMB Disk plugin for monitoring

Usage: check_disk_smb -H <host> -s <share> -u <user> -p <password> 
      -w <warn> -c <crit> [-W <workgroup>] [-P <port>] [-a <IP>] [-t timeout]
      [-C <configfile>]

-H, --hostname=HOST
   NetBIOS name of the server
-s, --share=STRING
   Share name to be tested
-W, --workgroup=STRING
   Workgroup or Domain used (Defaults to "WORKGROUP")
-a, --address=IP
   IP-address of HOST (only necessary if HOST is in another network)
-u, --user=STRING
   Username to log in to server. (Defaults to "guest")
-p, --password=STRING
   Password to log in to server. (Defaults to an empty password)
-w, --warning=INTEGER or INTEGER[kMG]
   Percent of used space at which a warning will be generated (Default: 85%)
-c, --critical=INTEGER or INTEGER[kMG]
   Percent of used space at which a critical will be generated (Defaults: 95%)
-t, --timeout=INTEGER
   Seconds before connection times out (Default: 15)
-P, --port=INTEGER
   Port to be used to connect to. Some Windows boxes use 139, others 445 (Defaults to smbclient default)
-C, --configfile=STRING
   Path to configfile which should be used by smbclient (Defaults to smb.conf of your smb installation)

   If thresholds are followed by either a k, M, or G then check to see if that
   much disk space is available (kilobytes, Megabytes, Gigabytes)

   Warning percentage should be less than critical
   Warning (remaining) disk space should be greater than critical.

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