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check-tcp

Description

This plugin tests TCP connections with the specified host.

Synopsis

check-tcp -H localhost -p 4224 -w 3 -c 5

Installation

First, build this program.

go get github.com/mackerelio/go-check-plugins
cd $(go env GOPATH)/src/github.com/mackerelio/go-check-plugins/check-tcp
go install

Or you can use this program by installing the official Mackerel package. See Using the official check plugin pack for check monitoring - Mackerel Docs.

Next, you can execute this program :-)

check-tcp -H localhost -p 4224 -w 3 -c 5

Setting for mackerel-agent

If there are no problems in the execution result, add a setting in mackerel-agent.conf .

[plugin.checks.check-tcp-sample]
command = ["check-tcp", "-H", "localhost", "-p", "4224", "-w", "3", "-c", "5"]

Usage

Options

      --service=              Service name. e.g. ftp, smtp, pop, imap and so on
  -H, --hostname=             Host name or IP Address
  -p, --port=                 Port number
  -s, --send=                 String to send to the server
  -e, --expect-pattern=       Regexp pattern to expect in server response
  -q, --quit=                 String to send server to initiate a clean close of the connection
  -S, --ssl                   Use SSL for the connection.
  -U, --unix-sock=            Unix Domain Socket
      --no-check-certificate  Do not check certificate
  -t, --timeout=              Seconds before connection times out (default: 10)
  -m, --maxbytes=             Close connection once more than this number of bytes are received
  -d, --delay=                Seconds to wait between sending string and polling for response
  -w, --warning=              Response time to result in warning status (seconds)
  -c, --critical=             Response time to result in critical status (seconds)
  -E, --escape                Can use \n, \r, \t or \ in send or quit string. Must come before send or quit option. By default, nothing added to send, \r\n added to end of quit
  -W, --error-warning         Set the error level to warning when exiting with unexpected error (default: critical). In the case of request succeeded, evaluation result of -c option eval takes priority.

For more information

Please execute check-tcp -h and you can get command line options.

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