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xynagios - adaptor for using Nagios checks with Xymon


xynagios [options --] plugin [options ...]


xynagios runs a Nagios check, and reports its output in a way compatible with the Xymon
(Hobbit, BB) monitoring system.

The Xymon test name is taken from the plugin output if it starts with test_name
OK|WARNING|CRITICAL|ERROR|UNKNOWN:. Otherwise, the basename of the plugin filename is
used. A check_ prefix is removed for brevity.


Report tests as this host.

Remove prefix (regexp) from test names. The prefix "check_" is always removed before
stripping other prefixes. Useful for trimming down overly verbose Nagios test names,
e.g. "check_postgres_database_size" to "database_size".

Test name to submit. Per default, the test name is derived from the plugin output, or
from the plugin name, if the output doesn't indicate the name.

Print help text and version, and exit.

Options for sending RRD trends messages. If any of these is set, a data host.trends
message is sent.

In addition to printing performance data in the status report (suitable for the
NCV/SPLITNCV xymond_rrd modules), send in a data report for hostname.trends. This rrd
module is more robust.

The data source (DS) name used in the RRD files, defaults to lambda.

The data source type used in the RRD files. Useful values are GAUGE (the default),
COUNTER, DCOUNTER, DERIVE, DDERIVE, and ABSOLUTE. See rrdcreate(1) for details.

RRD heartbeat in seconds, default is 600.

Data source minimum value, default is U for unknown.

Data source maximum value, default is U for unknown.

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