[Nagiosplug-devel] [ nagiosplug-New Plugins-656173 ] New check_pfstate nagios plugin

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New Plugins item #656173, was opened at 2002-12-19 07:16
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Category: System monitor
Group: None
Status: Closed
Resolution: None
Priority: 3
Submitted By: Jason Dixon (fuzzyping)
Assigned to: Stanley Hopcroft (stanleyhopcroft)
Summary: New check_pfstate nagios plugin

Initial Comment:
Here is a check_pfstate plugin for nagios on *OPENBSD*
that I wrote in perl.  It gathers the number of current
state entries (pfctl -s info).

-J.

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>Comment By: Stanley Hopcroft (stanleyhopcroft)
Date: 2005-01-27 03:58

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Jason.

I think this plugin might be more attractive if you replaced
the awk and grep with pure Perl pattern matching, splitting
or hashes.

(BTW, pf has been ported to [at least] FreeBSD so your
plugin is likely to get more of a workout).

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Comment By: Stanley Hopcroft (stanleyhopcroft)
Date: 2005-01-27 03:55

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Jason,  thank you for the plugin and your patience in
waiting so long for an acknowledgement.

Plugin should be in CVS shortly.



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Comment By: Ton Voon (tonvoon)
Date: 2003-01-30 16:48

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Thanks for the submission. New plugins are not a priority at the 
moment, but we are looking into it. 

Jason also says: 
<quote> 
These all use a standard pre-shared ssh key connection 
to connect and gather the relevant info. There will 
need to be a public ssh key for the local nagios user 
in the remote users' ~/.ssh/authorized_keys file, in 
addition to a copy of the public host key from the 
remote system in the local nagios user's 
~/.ssh/known_hosts file. Very similar to check_by_ssh 
configuration. 
</quote>

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