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Nagios plugin to monitor hardware sensors and disk temperatures.

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NAME

"check_lm_sensors" - Nagios plugin to monitor hardware sensors and disk temperatures

DESCRIPTION

check_lm_sensors is a Nagios plugin to monitor the values of on board sensors and hard disk temperatures on Linux systems

VERSION

Version 3.1.1

SYNOPSIS

check_lm_sensors [--help] [--verbose] [--version] [OPTIONS] Options -?, --help help -l, --low specifies a check for a sensor value which is too low. -h, --high specifies a check for a sensor value which is too high. -r, --range specifies a check for a sensor value which should stay in a given range. --rename renames a sensor in the performance output (useful if you want to have common names for similar sensors across different machines) --sanitize sanitize sensor names (e.g., removing spaces) --nosensors disable checks on check lm_sensors --nodrives disable checks on drive temperatures -d, --drives enable checks on drive temperature --hddtemp_bin manually specifies the location of the hddtemp binary --sensors_bin manually specified the location of the sensors binary -v, --verbose verbose output --version prints $prog_name's version and exits

REQUIRED ARGUMENTS

OPTIONS

EXAMPLE

DIAGNOSTICS You can specify multiple --verbose options to increase the program verbosity.

EXIT STATUS

0 if OK, 1 in case of a warning, 2 in case of a critical status and 3 in case of an unknown problem

DEPENDENCIES

check_updates depends on · Carp · English · Getopt::Long · Monitoring::Plugin · Monitoring::Plugin::Threshold · version

CONFIGURATION

INCOMPATIBILITIES None reported.

SEE ALSO

Nagios documentation

BUGS AND LIMITATIONS

No bugs have been reported. Please report any bugs or feature requests to @corti.li, or through the web interface at https://github.com/matteocorti/check_lm_sensors/issues

AUTHOR

Matteo Corti <@corti.li>
Copyright (c) 2007, ETH Zurich. Copyright (c) 2007-2105, Matteo Corti This module is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of GNU general public license (gpl) version 3. See the LICENSE file for details.

DISCLAIMER OF WARRANTY

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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

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