[Nagiosplug-devel] ENC: Patches: check_swap and check_procs

Voon, Ton Ton.Voon at egg.com
Fri Jan 21 08:26:00 UTC 2005


Paulo,

I think the AIX check_swap is already fixed. Please try the snapshot at
http://nagiosplug.sf.net/snapshot.

The check_procs patch sounds interesting, but I don't seem to have received
it. As Matt says, if you can add it to SF, we can look at it closer.

I'm not sure I understand the ps problem. Can you provide:

- platform
- ps -awxo | head -5 output
- ps awxo | head -5 output

This is probably best logged as a bug through SF as well.

Ton

-----Original Message-----
From: Matthew Kent [mailto:mkent at magoazul.com] 
Sent: 21 January 2005 08:34
To: Paulo Afonso Graner Fessel
Cc: nagiosplug-devel at lists.sourceforge.net
Subject: Re: [Nagiosplug-devel] ENC: Patches: check_swap and check_procs


Would you be able to submit these patches to the sourceforge tracker at
http://sourceforge.net/projects/nagiosplug ? That way we can better keep
track of them and make sure they get evaluated.

Thanks,
Matt

On Fri, 2005-01-21 at 13:50, Paulo Afonso Graner Fessel wrote:
>  
>  
> Paulo Afonso Graner Fessel
> Administrador de Ambiente e Sistemas UNIX paulo.fessel at primesys.com.br
> OWT
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>  
> 
>  
>  
>         
>         ______________________________________________________________
>         De: Paulo Afonso Graner Fessel 
>         Enviada em: quinta-feira, 20 de janeiro de 2005 15:50
>         Para: 'nagiosplug-devel at lists.sourceforge.net'
>         Assunto: Patches: check_swap and check_procs
>         
>         
>         Hello, folks:
>          
>         I have two patches here: the first for check_swap fixes the
>         problems found with AIX when using unsigned long long with
>         gcc. Tested in AIX 4.3 and 5.1 and linux 2.4 and 2.6.
>          
>         The second is a patch that implements performance counters for
>         check_procs. When run without metrics specified, it can check
>         against warning and critical thresholds of the absolute number
>         of processes. When the option "--metric=VARIABLE" is
>         specified, it will tell 3 counters: the number of process for
>         which the counter is in "OK", "WARNING" and "CRITICAL" states.
>         Again, tested on linux and AIX.
>          
>         Finally, someone who knows automake and autoconf (I don't)
>         should correct the ps command for procps-3.1(.19). By default
>         it runs ps as "ps -axwo" which causes check_procs to return
>         with a warning:
>          
>         [root at nagios plugins]# ./check_procs -vv
>         CMD: /bin/ps -axwo 'stat uid ppid vsz rss pcpu comm args'
>         STDERR: Warning: bad syntax, perhaps a bogus '-'? See
>         http://procps.sf.net/faq.html
>         System call sent warnings to stderr
>         PROCS WARNING: 285 processes | Processes=285;;;
>          
>         After changing the ps command in config.h:
>          
>         [root at nagios plugins]# ./check_procs -vv
>         CMD: /bin/ps axwo 'stat uid ppid vsz rss pcpu comm args'
>         PROCS OK: 271 processes | Processes=271;;;
>          
>         Please evaluate the patches in other platforms and apply if
>         shouldn't bring problems.
>          
>         []'s
>         Paulo
>          
>         Paulo Afonso Graner Fessel
>         Administrador de Ambiente e Sistemas UNIX
>         paulo.fessel at primesys.com.br
>         OWT
>         Fone: +55 (11) 3038-6554
>         Fax: +55 (11) 3038-6508
>         http://www.primesys.com.br
>          
>         
>          
>          



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