This Nagios plugin checks for readonly filesystems.
check_readonlyfs [OPTION]... [FILE]... check_readonlyfs --help check_readonlyfs --version
-l, --local limit listing to local file systems -L, --list display the list of checked file systems -T, --type=TYPE limit listing to file systems of type TYPE -X, --exclude-type=TYPE limit listing to file systems not of type TYPE -h, --help display this help and exit -v, --version output version information and exit
check_readonlyfs check_readonlyfs -l -T ext3 -T ext4 check_readonlyfs -l -X vfat
The source code can be also found at https://sites.google.com/site/davidemadrisan/opensource
This package uses GNU autotools for configuration and installation.
If you have cloned the git repository then you will need to run
to generate the required files.
./configure --help to see a list of available install options.
The plugin will be installed by default into
It is highly likely that you will want to customise this location to suit your needs, i.e.:
./configure has completed successfully run
make install and you're
This package is written in plain C, making as few assumptions as possible, and sticking closely to ANSI C/POSIX.
This is a list of platforms this nagios plugin is known to compile and run on
- Linux openmamba 2.75, with kernel 3.4, gcc 4.7.2, and glibc 2.16.0
- SunOS openindiana 5.11 with gcc 4.3.3
- OpenBSD 5.2 with gcc 4.2.1
- AIX 6.1 with gcc 4.2.0
If you find a bug please create an issue in the project bug tracker at https://github.com/madrisan/nagios-plugins-filesystems/issues