A new nagios check I’ve written for checking a lot of URLs quickly: check_multi_url.
If you’re using nrpe socket activation and don’t have a template file, try this in /etc/systemd/system/nrpe@.service : [Unit] Description=nrpe socket service Requires=nrpe.socket [Service] User=nrpe ExecStart=-/usr/bin/nrpe -c /etc/nrpe/nrpe.cfg –inetd StandardInput=socket StandardOutput=inherit StandardError=journal [Install] WantedBy=multi-user.target
A quick nagios check using osquery as a backend to retrieve system information: https://github.com/jamespo/jp_nagios_checks/blob/master/checks/check_osquery
Checking out Icinga 2 on Centos 7 – really impressed so far.
With the plugin I am currently using failing on one of my domains, I decided to write another short plugin in python, using the pywhois library. Unfortunately this failed to parse the Godaddy whois output, so there is a workaround for this included in the plugin. Download the plugin from github.
I’ve written a simple nagios check for TFL’s services (Tube & DLR): check_tfl.tar Latest version in my github repository.
qicinga – a short python script I’ve written to display Icinga Service Statuses (Statii?) at the commandline.
Usn’s IT Blog » Oracle 11g JDBC driver hangs blocked by /dev/random – entropy pool empty. Perhaps a good idea to monitor your entropy pool on Linux servers.
I’ve written two nagios checks recently. The first, for simple http checking of websites has its own repo: check_pycurl The second check_init_service, which checks if init scripts are running on a Linux systems is in a repo I’ve set up for this and future checks: jp_nagios_checks.
Jolokia is a JMX-HTTP bridge giving an alternative to JSR-160 connectors. It is an agent based approach with support for many platforms. In addition to basic JMX operations it enhances JMX remoting with unique features like bulk requests and fine grained security policies. via Overview.