This is a collection of various check scripts for the Nagios or Check_MK monitoring system. At the moment, most of the scripts are for the Windows operation systems. Scripts for other platforms are planed and will be added shortly.

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  • A bit week on the documentation side but I got check_file to work just before I would abandon it to look for something else. You need quotes around a check. check_file "age test.txt eg 2d 3d" My original post : Maybe works if you can figure out the syntax. I could not get check_file to work with the example from the help check_file age test.txt eg 2d 3d FILE: [Error 2] The system cannot find the file specified: '-1', Unsupported check: test.txt: test.txt "-1" None -1 -1, Unsupported check: eg: eg "-1" None -1 - 1, Unsupported check: 2d: 2d "-1" None -1 -1, Unsupported check: 3d: 3d "-1" None -1 -1

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Intended Audience

Advanced End Users, System Administrators

User Interface

Console/Terminal, Command-line

Programming Language

Unix Shell, Python, C

Registered

2008-03-22