From: Robertson, Brown <brown.robertson@ma...> - 2002-11-22 19:46:59
Has anyone successfully used check_nt for checking SQL service counters =
where you have to specify an (_instance)? Here's what I have in my =
# 'check_nt_sql_distributionagent' command definition
command_line $USER1$/check_nt -H $HOSTADDRESS$ -p 1248 -v =
COUNTER -l =93\\SQLServer:Replication =
Agents(Distribution)\\Running=94,=94Running: %.f=94 -w $ARG1$ -c $ARG2$
Now, I properly am using this in my services.cfg and passing the correct =
arguments. It works from a shell prompt, and returns a value of 2 which =
is correct. However, from the nagios service details screen. It flags =
the status information as "no output!" and consequently escalates this =
quickly to critical. I have no idea what the problem is. It works fine =
from shell, but not from my .cfg? I've tried multiple minute changes in =
the .cfg all to the same avail. Any input would be appreciated. I'm =
including the directly related entry in my services.cfg:
use generic-service ; Name of service template to use
service_description SQL DISTRIBUTION AGENT
I do not have this problem with any other COUNTER check that I perform =
as long as it doesn't require an (_instance) i.e.(\\Server =
I'm at my wit's end:/ Thanks in advance..
I've tried the 1.07.0 and 1.06.2, possibly a problem with Nagios?
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