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check_1wire_temps.php
check_802dot11.php
check_asterisk_iaxpeers
check_bacula_job.php
check_dashboard_config.pm
check_docsis
check_freeradius_status.php
check_frogfoot.php
check_icinga_config.sh
check_icinga_ido.py
check_linode_transfer.pl
check_mco_ping.rb
check_mysql_replication.php
check_proliant.py
check_puppet_agent_mco.rb
check_puppet_dashboard_node.pl
check_puppetdb_agent_run.py
check_rsnapshot.pl
check_syslog_age.php
check_tidal_rest.pl
check_tidal_status.pl
check_wow.pl
dashboard_node_check_wrapper.pl
jantman_802dot11_OIDs.php.inc
jantman_docsis_OIDs.php.inc
jantman_frogfoot_OIDs.php.inc
jantman_snmp.php.inc
nagios_log_problem_interval.pl
schedule_service_checks.sh
send_aim.pl
setuid-prog.c

README.md

jantman/nagios-scripts

Project Status: Unsupported – The project has reached a stable, usable state but the author(s) have ceased all work on it. A new maintainer may be desired.

http://github.com/jantman/nagios-scripts

This is a collection of some of the Nagios check scripts I've written over the years, as well as some check scripts that I've modified. To the extent possible (the really old ones excepted), I've done my best to follow the Nagios Plugin Development Guidelines.

Most of the script names should be relatively self-explanatory. They should (hopefully) be well documented.

License

Unless otherwise noted, these scripts are licensed under the terms of the LICENSE file - GPLv3 plus you must retain copyright, authorship and license notices, and modified versions must be clearly identified.

It's not a term of the license, but I strongly request - maybe even beg - you to submit changes/additions/bug fixes back to me as either pull requests (preferred) or emailed diffs. I don't still use a lot of the software that these scripts monitor, so many of them rely on contributions to stay up-to-date.

If you have questions/concerns/find bugs please open an issue on GitHub to let me know.