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The check_ups Plugin

check_ups v2.2.git (monitoring-plugins 2.2)
Copyright (c) 2000 Tom Shields
Copyright (c) 2004 Alain Richard <alain.richard@equation.fr>
Copyright (c) 2004 Arnaud Quette <arnaud.quette@mgeups.com>
Copyright (c) 2000-2007 Monitoring Plugins Development Team
    <devel@monitoring-plugins.org>

This plugin tests the UPS service on the specified host. Network UPS Tools
from www.networkupstools.org must be running for this plugin to work.

Usage:
check_ups -H host -u ups [-p port] [-v variable] [-w warn_value] [-c crit_value] [-to to_sec] [-T]

Options:
 -h, --help
    Print detailed help screen
 -V, --version
    Print version information
 --extra-opts=[section][@file]
    Read options from an ini file. See
    https://www.monitoring-plugins.org/doc/extra-opts.html
    for usage and examples.
 -H, --hostname=ADDRESS
    Host name, IP Address, or unix socket (must be an absolute path)
 -p, --port=INTEGER
    Port number (default: 3493)
 -u, --ups=STRING
    Name of UPS
 -T, --temperature
    Output of temperatures in Celsius
 -v, --variable=STRING
    Valid values for STRING are LINE, TEMP, BATTPCT or LOADPCT
 -w, --warning=DOUBLE
    Response time to result in warning status (seconds)
 -c, --critical=DOUBLE
    Response time to result in critical status (seconds)
 -t, --timeout=INTEGER
    Seconds before connection times out (default: 10)

This plugin attempts to determine the status of a UPS (Uninterruptible Power
Supply) on a local or remote host. If the UPS is online or calibrating, the
plugin will return an OK state. If the battery is on it will return a WARNING
state. If the UPS is off or has a low battery the plugin will return a CRITICAL
state.

Notes:
 You may also specify a variable to check (such as temperature, utility voltage,
 battery load, etc.) as well as warning and critical thresholds for the value
 of that variable.  If the remote host has multiple UPS that are being monitored
 you will have to use the --ups option to specify which UPS to check.

 This plugin requires that the UPSD daemon distributed with Russell Kroll's
 Network UPS Tools be installed on the remote host. If you do not have the
 package installed on your system, you can download it from
 http://www.networkupstools.org

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