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Nagios Plugins Linux
The release 19 is now available for download!

-- Fixes --

check_multipath: recent versions of multipath no longer open a multipathd socket file in the file system, but instead use an abstract namespace socket: @/org/kernel/linux/storage/multipathd.
Thanks to Chris Procter "chr15p" for reporting the issue and creating a pull request.

check_load: fixed the performance data output.

-- Enhancements --

check_multipath: fixed the long-standing gcc compiler warning:
dereferencing type-punned pointer might break strict-aliasing rules
This was a false problem, but the code has been modified to quiet the warning.

check_multipath: use a larger buffer for queries to make this plugin working with systems that have lots of mapped disks.

test-suite: a framework for testing the code (make check) has been added and some tests are now available.

-- Compatibility issues --

check_multipath: by default the abstract namespace socket "@/org/kernel/linux/storage/multipathd" is now selected at build time.
If you need to monitor old distributions (RHEL5 and RHEL6 for instance) you need to configure this package as followed:

./configure --with-socketfile=/var/run/multipathd.sock

As usual, bug reports, feature requests, and ideas for improvements are welcome!

You can download the tarball from GitHub
https://github.com/madrisan/nagios-plugins-linux/releases/tag/v19
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Nagios Plugins for Linux version 14 - (Korbielów)

Here is it, version 14 :)
Developed in the quiet village of Korbielów, in the south of Poland
http://pl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Korbiel%C3%B3w.

It's manly a bugfix release but the plugin check_uptime has also been a slightly improved.

check_uptime has a new command line option -m|--clock-monotonic for retrieving the time of the linux monotonic clock instead of using the system statistics returned by sysinfo.

Much more in version 15,  planned in two weeks.
Stay tuned! :)

As usual, bug reports, feature requests, and ideas for improvements are welcome!
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Nagios Plugins for Linux version 13 released!

The primary goal of this release was to support older gcc compilers and linux kernel, notably RHEL 5 and CentOS 5.

The plugin check_memory has been improved by adding the support for the new counter MemAvailable (-a|--available) exported by the Linux kernels 3.14+ in /proc/meminfo.

Learn more at
linux os | davidemadrisan

This package is known to compile with:    
 ● gcc 4.1.2 (Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5),
 ● gcc 4.4 (Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6),
 ● gcc 4.8.2, 4.9.0 and clang 3.1 (openmamba GNU/Linux).
but should compile on all relatively recent Linux distributions.

List of the Linux kernels that have been successfully tested:
2.6.18, 2.6.32, 3.10, 3.14.

As usual, bug reports, feature requests, and ideas for improvements are welcome!
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Nagios Plugins Linux
The release 11 is now available for download!

List of the plugins currently available : 
- check_clock
- check_cpu
- check_cswch - NEW
- check_ifmountfs
- check_iowait
- check_load
- check_memory
- check_multipath 
- check_nbprocs
- check_network
- check_paging
- check_readonlyfs 
- check_swap 
- check_tcpcount 
- check_temperature
- check_uptime
- check_users 

Supported platforms: 
All Linux distros that ship a C99 compatible C compiler. 
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openmamba GNU/Linux can now run on a Raspberry Pi.

Here are the instructions for installing openmamba on a SD card. 
linux embedded | davidemadrisan

Tests and comments are welcome!
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