[Nagiosplug-devel] [ nagiosplug-Feature Requests-1326060 ] check_disk default setting to scan unspecified partition

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Feature Requests item #1326060, was opened at 2005-10-13 14:04
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Category: Interface Improvements (example)
Group: Next Release (example)
Status: Open
Priority: 5
Submitted By: John Rouillard (rouilj)
Assigned to: Nobody/Anonymous (nobody)
Summary: check_disk default setting to scan unspecified partition

Initial Comment:
currently check disk can apply thresholds on multiple
disks.

If no disks are specified, all of the disks are checked
automatically.

Multiple disks can be specified with different thresholds,
but then unspecified disks aren't checked.

What I would like is for the fag "-p" to take an
argument of '*'
(or some other character @, % etc)
that means apply the current thresholds to all disks that
have not yet been specified. Disks excluded using -x or
-X ould not be included in the '*' scan. This would of
course go at the
end of the command string.

Thi feature could also be used to warn the user if any
disks are not being monitored for those sites that specify
all their disks. By manually speciying al the disks
using -p or -x
and setting "-c 100%" -c 100000000000 -p *' will result
in any unspecified disk causing a critical alert if it
isn't 100% free and have how ever many oodles of bytes
I have specified above free.

-- rouilj


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