[Orca-dev] Fwd: : [Orca-users] NRPE problem

theo at amimo.net theo at amimo.net
Thu Apr 26 14:29:17 PDT 2007

The following is the output I get from nrpe with debug turned on:
Apr 25 16:52:07 prodora nrpe[6174]: [ID 681486 daemon.debug] Added command[check_oraeb]=/usr/local/nagios/libexec/check_disk -w 15 -c 10 -p /oraeb

The following is the output found on the nagios server after its config is reloaded:

[1177473600] CURRENT SERVICE STATE: prodora;/oraeb;CRITICAL;HARD;4;NRPE: Command 'check_oraeb' not defined

The command has been defined correctly on the remote host, but still fails on the nagios server. 

If I run the nrpe command manually:

bash-3.00# ./check_nrpe -H prodora -c check_oraeb
DISK OK - free space: /oraeb 42764 MB (34% inode=85%);| /oraeb=80115MB;122865;122870;0;122880

It runs successfully. The whole thing does not make sense. All the configuring is correct but it will still not run automatically when nagios is running and gives me the error NRPE: Command "check_oraeb" not defined. 

Other disk checks are running fine and being reported, ON THE SAME HOSTS.

Any ideas? Has this happened to anyone else? The nagios server is on Solaris 10 and the remote host on Solaris 9, if that makes a difference.

-----Original Message-----
From: theo at amimo.net [mailto:theo at amimo.net]
Sent: Tuesday, April 24, 2007 02:25 PM
To: orca-users at orcaware.com
Subject: [Orca-users] NRPE problem

I hope someone can help me with this. I have configured nrpe on my remote hosts to send back results to my nagios server. On some of the commands, I get an error displayed on my page saying NRPE: Command 'check_app' not defined, for example. It is very confusing because, in the same cfg file I have other file-systems being monitored, with the same command syntax, and they run without a problem. 

Has anyone else experienced this?

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