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Monitoring Plugins

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Monitoring Plugins

  • For instructions on installing these plugins for use with your monitoring system, see below. In addition, generic instructions for the GNU toolchain can be found in the

    INSTALL
    file.
  • For major changes between releases, read the

    NEWS
    file.
  • For information on detailed changes that have been made or plugins that have been added, read the

    ChangeLog
    file.
  • Some plugins require that you have additional programs or libraries installed on your system before they can be used. Plugins that are dependent on other programs/libraries that are missing are usually not compiled. Read the

    REQUIREMENTS
    file for more information.
  • Individual plugins are self-documenting. All plugins that comply with the basic guidelines for development will provide detailed help when invoked with the

    -h
    or
    --help
    options.

You can check the latest plugins at:

Send an email to [email protected] for assistance. Please include the OS type and version that you are using. Also, run the plugin with the

-vvv
option and provide the resulting version information. Of course, there may be additional diagnostic information required as well. Use good judgment.

Send an email to [email protected] for developer discussions.

For patch submissions and bug reports, please use the appropriate resources at:

Installation Instructions

  1. If you are using the Git tree, you will need m4, gettext, automake, and autoconf. To start out, run:

    ./tools/setup
    

    For more detail, see the developer guidelines at https://www.monitoring-plugins.org/doc/guidelines.html.

  2. Run the configure script to initialize variables and create a Makefile, etc.

    ./configure --prefix=BASEDIRECTORY --with-cgiurl=SOMEURL
    

    Replace

    BASEDIRECTORY
    with the path of the directory under which your monitoring system is installed (default is
    /usr/local
    ), and replace
    SOMEURL
    with the path used to access the monitoring system CGIs with a web browser (default is
    /nagios/cgi-bin
    ).
  3. Compile the plugins with the following command:

    make
    
  4. Install the compiled plugins and plugin scripts with the following command:

    make install
    

    The installation procedure will attempt to place the plugins in a

    libexec/
    subdirectory in the base directory you specified with the
    --prefix
    argument to the configure script.
  5. There are some plugins that require setuid. If you run make install as a non-root user, they will not be installed. To install, switch to root and run:

    make install-root
    

That's it! If you have any problems or questions, feel free to send an email to [email protected].

License Notice

You can redistribute and/or modify this software under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 3 of the License, or (at your option) any later version; with the additional exemption that compiling, linking, and/or using OpenSSL is allowed.

This software is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.

See the

COPYING
file for the complete text of the GNU General Public License, version 3.

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