[CentOS] Nagios check_file size in another machine [solved]
jantan.kebo99 at gmail.com
Thu Nov 5 08:44:42 UTC 2009
My problem is solved. yeah...i'm read the nrpe.pdf.
On Wed, Nov 4, 2009 at 3:08 AM, Keith Keller <kkeller at speakeasy.net> wrote:
> On Tue, Nov 03, 2009 at 08:08:27PM +0700, kebo jantan wrote:
> > I just already. This on client
> > [root at xmen ~]# ps -ef | grep -i snmp
> > root 10505 10172 0 20:06 pts/0 00:00:00 grep -i snmp
> > [root at cyclop ~]# ps -ef | grep -i nrpe
> > root 10507 10172 0 20:06 pts/0 00:00:00 grep -i nrpe
> This won't really help you, since the default is to run nrpe out of
> On your nagios server, configure a service that uses check_nrpe to check
> a named check on the remote host. Then, on the mysqld host, create a
> checkcommand in nrpe.cfg to do the (local) check that you want to do.
> NRPE will perform the check and send the result back to check_nrpe on
> the nagios server.
> I believe that on the remote host you need the nagios-plugins and
> nagios-nrpe packages, available from rpmforge. (The nagios server needs
> the nagios-plugins-nrpe package in addition to the other nagios packages
> you probably already have.)
> The config files are fairly well documented, and the PDF you were
> referred to is very thorough.
> kkeller at speakeasy.net
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