check_afs_rpc 1.0.1

check_afs_rpc is a Nagios plugin for checking AFS file servers to see if there are client connections waiting for a free thread.

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LICENSE TYPE:
GPL (GNU General Public License) 
USER RATING:
2.8/5 16
DEVELOPED BY:
Matteo Corti
HOMEPAGE:
trac.id.ethz.ch
CATEGORY:
ROOT \ System \ Monitoring
check_afs_rpc is a Nagios plugin for checking AFS file servers to see if there are client connections waiting for a free thread. If there are more than a few of these, AFS performance tends to be very slow; this is a fairly reliable way to catch overloaded file servers. By default, check_rxdebug returns a critical error if there are more than eight connections waiting for a free thread and a warning if there are more than two. These thresholds can be changed with the --critical and --warning options.

This software will always print out a single line of output including the number of blocked connections, displaying whether this is critical, a warning, or okay.

see the INSTALL file for installation instructions

Usage

check_afs_rpc [OPTIONS] --h https://trac.id.ethz.ch/projects/nagios_plugins/downloads/65ostname hostname

Mandatory arguments:

--hostname,-H hostname name of the AFS server

Options:

--critical,-c critical specify the critical number of blocked
connections (default 8)
--help,-h,-? usage info
--port,p port connection port (default 7000)
--version,V print version number
--warning,-w warning specify warning threshold for the number
blocked connections (default 2)

What's New in This Release:

The Nagios plugin is now compatible with embedded perl (ePN).

Last updated on March 21st, 2008

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