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The check_oracle Plugin

check_oracle v2.2.git (monitoring-plugins 2.2)
The Monitoring Plugins come with ABSOLUTELY NO WARRANTY. You may redistribute
copies of the plugins under the terms of the GNU General Public License.
For more information about these matters, see the file named COPYING.

Usage:
  check_oracle --tns <Oracle Sid or Hostname/IP address>
  check_oracle --db <ORACLE_SID>
  check_oracle --login <ORACLE_SID>
  check_oracle --connect <ORACLE_SID>
  check_oracle --cache <ORACLE_SID> <USER> <PASS> <CRITICAL> <WARNING>
  check_oracle --tablespace <ORACLE_SID> <USER> <PASS> <TABLESPACE> <CRITICAL> <WARNING>
  check_oracle --oranames <Hostname>
  check_oracle --help
  check_oracle --version

Check Oracle status

--tns SID/IP Address
   Check remote TNS server
--db SID
   Check local database (search /bin/ps for PMON process) and check
   filesystem for sgadefORACLE_SID.dbf
--login SID
   Attempt a dummy login and alert if not ORA-01017: invalid username/password
--connect SID
   Attempt a login and alert if an ORA- error is returned
--cache
   Check local database for library and buffer cache hit ratios
       --->  Requires Oracle user/password and SID specified.
            --->  Requires select on v_ and v_
--tablespace
   Check local database for tablespace capacity in ORACLE_SID
       --->  Requires Oracle user/password specified.
            --->  Requires select on dba_data_files and dba_free_space
--oranames Hostname
   Check remote Oracle Names server
--help
   Print this help screen
--version
   Print version and license information

If the plugin doesn't work, check that the ORACLE_HOME environment
variable is set, that ORACLE_HOME/bin is in your PATH, and the
tnsnames.ora file is locatable and is properly configured.

When checking local database status your ORACLE_SID is case sensitive.

If you want to use a default Oracle home, add in your oratab file:
*:/opt/app/oracle/product/7.3.4:N

Send email to help@monitoring-plugins.org if you have questions regarding use
of this software. To submit patches or suggest improvements, send email to
devel@monitoring-plugins.org. Please include version information with all
correspondence (when possible, use output from the --version option of the
plugin itself).