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###############################################################################
# COMMAND CONFIGURATION
#
# $Id: command.cfg.in,v 1.13 2004/12/02 04:48:37 mattkent Exp $
#
# SYNTAX:
# command[<command_name>]=<command_line>
#
# <command_name> = A short name used to identify the command
# <command_line> = The actual command line.  The command line doesn't have to
#    be surrounded in quotes, but may contain quotes as needed within
#    the command line.  Take care to use single quotes at the
#    outer edges of commands or you will have command line
#    expansion problems when the command is executed by the shell.
#    Any valid shell command can be used.  Multiple commands can
#    be separated with semicolons, piping is allowed.  The 
#    command line can contain macros, but not are macros are valid
#    at all time (notifications, service checks, etc).  See the
#    HTML documentaion for more informationon on using macros in
#    commands.
#                  
# Note: Service check, service notification, host check, host notification,
#    service event handler, and host event handler functions are all defined
#    here.
#
# Note: Use the convertcfg program in the contrib directory of the Nagios 
#   distribution to convert this file into a object file format.
#
###############################################################################

# Service notification command - send email with problem summary

command[notify-by-email]=/bin/printf "$OUTPUT$" | /bin/mail -s '$SERVICESTATE$ alert for $HOSTALIAS$/$SERVICEDESC$' $CONTACTEMAIL$

# Service notification command - send email to alphanumeric pager
# gateway The notify-by-epager command assumes that each contact has a
# pager email gateway, and that the address has been entered into the
# appropriate contact field instead of an actual pager number.
# (i.e. 'pagejoe@nowhere.com' routes mail to Joe's alphanumeric pager)

command[notify-by-epager]=/bin/echo "$OUTPUT$" | /bin/mail -s '$HOSTALIAS$/$SERVICEDESC$ is $SERVICESTATE$' $CONTACTPAGER$

# Host notification commands (one for email, one for alphanumeric
# pager with email gateway)

command[host-notify-by-email]=/bin/echo -e "***** Nagios *****\n\nHost "$HOSTALIAS$" is $HOSTSTATE$!\n\nDate/Time: $DATETIME$\n" | /bin/mail -s 'Host $HOSTNAME$ is $HOSTSTATE$!' $CONTACTEMAIL$

command[host-notify-by-epager]=/bin/echo '$HOSTALIAS$ is $HOSTSTATE$!' | /bin/mail -s 'Host $HOSTNAME$ is $HOSTSTATE$!' $CONTACTPAGER$


## Send notifications to a pager using modem with Qpage (www.qpage.com)

command[notify-by-qpage]=/usr/bin/printf "Service: %s\nHost: %s\nAddress: %s\nState: %s\nInfo: %s\nDate: %s" '$SERVICEDESC$' '$HOSTNAME$' '$HOSTADDRESS$' '$SERVICESTATE$' '$OUTPUT$' '$DATETIME' | /usr/local/bin/qpage -l 0 -p $CONTACTPAGER$

command[host-notify-by-qpage]=/usr/bin/printf "Host: %s is %s\nInfo: %s\nDate: %s" '$HOSTALIAS$' '$HOSTSTATES$' '$OUTPUT$' '$DATETIME' | /usr/local/bin/qpage -l 0 -p $CONTACTPAGER$

## Send notifications using SMSclient (www.smsclient.org)
command[notify-by-smsclient]=/usr/bin/sms_client -q $CONTACTPAGER$ "$NOTIFICATIONTYPE$: $HOSTADDRESS$ $HOSTALIAS$: $SERVICEDESC$ is $SERVICESTATE$"
command[host-notify-by-smsclient]=/usr/bin/sms_client -q $CONTACTPAGER$ "Host $HOSTALIAS$ is $HOSTSTATE$; $OUTPUT$; $DATETIME$"




# These are some example service check commands.  See the HTML
# documentation on the plugins for examples of how to configure
# command definitions.

command[check_tcp]=@libexecdir@/check_tcp -H $HOSTADDRESS$ -p $ARG1$
command[check_udp]=@libexecdir@/check_udp -H $HOSTADDRESS$ -p $ARG1$
command[check_ftp]=@libexecdir@/check_ftp -H $HOSTADDRESS$
command[check_pop]=@libexecdir@/check_pop -H $HOSTADDRESS$
command[check_smtp]=@libexecdir@/check_smtp -H $HOSTADDRESS$
command[check_nntp]=@libexecdir@/check_nntp -H $HOSTADDRESS$
command[check_telnet]=@libexecdir@/check_tcp -H $HOSTADDRESS$ -p 23
command[check_users]=@libexecdir@/check_users -w $ARG1$ -c $ARG2$
command[check_ntp]=@libexecdir@/check_ntp -H $HOSTADDRESS$
command[check_ntp_ntpq]=@libexecdir@/check_ntp -H $HOSTADDRESS$ -j 10 -k 15
command[check_flexlm]=@libexecdir@/check_flexlm -F $ARG1$
command[check_hpjd]=@libexecdir@/check_hpjd -H $HOSTADDRESS$ -C public
command[check_mrtg]=@libexecdir@/check_mrtg $ARG1$ 10 AVG $ARG2$ $ARG3$ $ARG4$ $ARG5$ $ARG6$
command[traffic_average]=@libexecdir@/check_mrtgtraf $ARG1$ 10 AVG $ARG2$ $ARG3$ $ARG4$ $ARG5$
command[check_load]=@libexecdir@/check_load $ARG1$ $ARG2$ $ARG3$ $ARG4$ $ARG5$ $ARG6$

command[check_disk]=@libexecdir@/check_disk -w 85% -c 95% -p $ARG1$
command[check_dns]=@libexecdir@/check_dns -H www.yahoo.com -s $HOSTADDRESS$
command[check_http]=@libexecdir@/check_http -H $HOSTADDRESS$ -I $HOSTADDRESS$
command[check_http2]=@libexecdir@/check_http -H $ARG1$ -I $HOSTADDRESS$ -w $ARG2$ -c $ARG3$
command[check_pgsql]=@libexecdir@/check_pgsql -H $HOSTADDRESS$ 
command[check_ping]=@libexecdir@/check_ping -H $HOSTADDRESS$ -w 10:20% -c 60:100%
command[check_procs]=@libexecdir@/check_procs -w $ARG1$ -c $ARG2$
command[check_procs_zombie]=@libexecdir@/check_procs -w $ARG1$ -c $ARG2$ -s Z
command[check_procs_httpd]=@libexecdir@/check_procs -w 5:$ARG1$ -c 1:$ARG2$ -C httpd
command[check_procs_vsz]=@libexecdir@/check_procs -w 8096 -c 16182 -C httpd --metric VSZ
command[check_ups]=@libexecdir@/check_ups -H $HOSTADDRESS$ -u $ARG1$

# An example of using check_by_ssh as an active service check
command[ssh_disk]=@libexecdir@/check_by_ssh -H $HOSTADDRESS$ -C '@libexecdir@/check_disk -w 85% -c 95% -p $ARG1$'

#
# UCD_SNMP equivalents for some of the commands above
#

command[snmp_load]=@libexecdir@/check_snmp -H $HOSTADDRESS$ -C $ARG1$ -o .1.3.6.1.4.1.2021.10.1.5.1,.1.3.6.1.4.1.2021.10.1.5.2,.1.3.6.1.4.1.2021.10.1.5.3 -w :$ARG2$,:$ARG3$,:$ARG4$ -w :$ARG5$,:$ARG6$,:$ARG7$ -l load

command[snmp_cpustats]=@libexecdir@/check_snmp -H $HOSTADDRESS$ -C $ARG1$ -o .1.3.6.1.4.1.2021.11.9.0,.1.3.6.1.4.1.2021.11.10.0,.1.3.6.1.4.1.2021.11.11.0 -l 'CPU usage (user system idle)' -u '%'

command[snmp_procname]=@libexecdir@/check_snmp -H $HOSTADDRESS$ -C $ARG1$ -o 1.3.6.1.4.1.2021.2.1.5.$ARG2$ -w $ARG3$:$ARG4$ -c $ARG5$:$ARG6$

command[snmp_disk]=@libexecdir@/check_snmp -H $HOSTADDRESS$ -C $ARG1$ -o 1.3.6.1.4.1.2021.9.1.7.$ARG1$,1.3.6.1.4.1.2021.9.1.9.$ARG1$ -w $ARG2$:,:$ARG3$ -c $ARG4$:,:$ARG5$ -u 'kB free (','% used)' -l 'disk space'

command[snmp_mem]=@libexecdir@/check_snmp -H $HOSTADDRESS$ -C $ARG1$ -o .1.3.6.1.4.1.2021.4.6.0,.1.3.6.1.4.1.2021.4.5.0 -w $ARG2$: -c $ARG3$:

command[snmp_swap]=@libexecdir@/check_snmp -H $HOSTADDRESS$ -C $ARG1$ -o .1.3.6.1.4.1.2021.4.4.0,.1.3.6.1.4.1.2021.4.3.0 -w $ARG2$: -c $ARG3$:

#
# Slightly more generic SNMP OIDs
# note: using partial textual OIDs here - use numeric oids if you don't have MIBDIRS defined per Net-SNMP (net-snmp.org)

command[snmp_procs]=@libexecdir@/check_snmp -H $HOSTADDRESS$ -C $ARG1$ -o host.hrSystem.hrSystemProcesses -w :$ARG2$ -c :$ARG3$ -l processes

command[snmp_users]=@libexecdir@/check_snmp -H $HOSTADDRESS$ -C $ARG1$ -o host.hrSystem.hrSystemNumUsers -w :$ARG2$ -c :$ARG3$ -l users

command[snmp_mem2]=@libexecdir@/check_snmp -H $HOSTADDRESS$ -C $ARG1$ -o host.hrStorage.hrStorageTable.hrStorageEntry.hrStorageUsed.101,host.hrStorage.hrStorageTable.hrStorageEntry.hrStorageSize.101 -w $ARG2$ -c $ARG3$

command[snmp_swap2]=@libexecdir@/check_snmp -H $HOSTADDRESS$ -C $ARG1$ -o host.hrStorage.hrStorageTable.hrStorageEntry.hrStorageUsed.102,host.hrStorage.hrStorageTable.hrStorageEntry.hrStorageSize.102 -w $ARG2$ -c $ARG3$

command[snmp_mem3]=@libexecdir@/check_snmp -H $HOSTADDRESS$ -C $ARG1$ -o host.hrStorage.hrStorageTable.hrStorageEntry.hrStorageUsed.101,host.hrStorage.hrStorageTable.hrStorageEntry.hrStorageSize.101 -w $ARG2$ -c $ARG3$

command[snmp_swap3]=@libexecdir@/check_snmp -H $HOSTADDRESS$ -C $ARG1$ -o host.hrStorage.hrStorageTable.hrStorageEntry.hrStorageUsed.102,host.hrStorage.hrStorageTable.hrStorageEntry.hrStorageSize.102 -w $ARG2$ -c $ARG3$

command[snmp_disk2]=@libexecdir@/check_snmp -H $HOSTADDRESS$ -C $ARG1$ -o host.hrStorage.hrStorageTable.hrStorageEntry.hrStorageUsed.$ARG2$ -w $ARG3$ -c $ARG4$ 

command[snmp_tcpopen]=@libexecdir@/check_snmp -H $HOSTADDRESS$ -C $ARG1$ -o tcp.tcpCurrEstab.0 -w $ARG2$ -c $ARG3$

command[snmp_tcpstats]=@libexecdir@/check_snmp -H $HOSTADDRESS$ -C $ARG1$ -o tcp.tcpActiveOpens.0,tcp.tcpPassiveOpens.0,tcp.tcpInSegs.0,tcp.tcpOutSegs.0,tcp.tcpRetransSegs.0 -l 'TCP stats'


# Some snmp based network device checks (requires Net::SNMP perl module)

# check all admin-up interfaces
command[check_ifstatus]=@libexecdir@/check_ifstatus -H $HOSTADDRESS$ -C public 

# check particular interface by snmp ifIndex key
command[check_ifoperstatus_ifindex]=@libexecdir@/check_ifoperstatus -H $HOSTADDRESS$ -C public -k $ARG1$

# check particular interface by snmp ifDescr value (verify uniqueness before using)
command[check_ifoperstatus_ifdescr]=@libexecdir@/check_ifoperstatus -H $HOSTADDRESS$ -C public -d $ARG1$

# verify all you BGP session on a device are running (only returns warning due to some hardcoded option - to be fixed soon)
command[check_snmp_bgpstate]=@libexecdir@/check_bgpstate -H $HOSTADDRESS$ -C public

#
# SNMP NetApp checks (Jason Truong)
# 
#
#command[check_netapp_uptime]=@libexecdir@/check_snmp -H $HOSTADDRESS$ -C public -o .1.3.6.1.2.1.1.3.0 --delimiter=')' -l "Uptime is"
#
#command[check_netapp_cpuload]=@libexecdir@/check_snmp -H $HOSTADDRESS$ -C public -o .1.3.6.1.4.1.789.1.2.1.3.0 -w 90 -c 95 -u '%' -l "CPU LOAD " 
#
#command[check_netapp_numdisks]=@libexecdir@/check_snmp -H $HOSTADDRESS$ -C public -o .1.3.6.1.4.1.789.1.6.4.1.0,.1.3.6.1.4.1.789.1.6.4.2.0,.1.3.6.1.4.1.789.1.6.4.8.0,.1.3.6.1.4.1.789.1.6.4.7.0 -u 'Total Disks','Active','Spare','Failed' -l ""
#

#
# SNMP Compaq Insight Agent (oids courtesy of vol)
# 
# the following 4 return the following codes: other=1, ok=2, degraded=3, failed=4
#
#command[check_compaq_thermalCondition]=@libexec@/check_snmp -H $HOSTADDRESS$ -C public -o .1.3.6.1.4.1.232.6.2.1.0,.1.3.6.1.4.1.232.6.2.2.0,.1.3.6.1.4.1.232.6.2.3.0,.1.3.6.1.4.1.232.6.2.4.0 -u 'ThermalCondition','ThermalTemp','ThermalSystem','ThermalCPUFan' -w 2:2,2:2,2:2,2:2 -c 1:2,1:2,1:2,1:2 -l "Thermal status "
#
#



# This command checks to see if a host is "alive" by pinging it.  The
# check must result in a 100% packet loss or 5 second (5000ms) round
# trip average to produce an error.

# This command checks to see if a host is "alive" by pinging it.
command[check-host-alive]=@libexecdir@/check_ping -H $HOSTADDRESS$ -w 5000,100% -c 5000,100% -p 1

# This command checks to see if a printer is "alive" by pinging it.
command[check-printer-alive]=@libexecdir@/check_ping -H $HOSTADDRESS$ -w 5000,100% -c 5000,100% -p 1

# This command checks to see if a switch is "alive" by pinging it.
command[check-switch-alive]=@libexecdir@/check_ping $HOSTADDRESS$ -w 5000,100% -c 5000,100% -p 1

# This command checks to see if a router is "alive" by pinging it.
command[check-router-alive]=@libexecdir@/check_ping -H $HOSTADDRESS$ -w 5000,100% -c 5000,100% -p 1

# Check if a host is alive by doing a fast ping instead of a regular ping
command[check-fast-alive]=@libexecdir@/check_fping -H $HOSTADDRESS$

# Check if the IMAP service is alive (default port=143)
command[check-imap]=@libexecdir@/check_imap -H $HOSTADDRESS$

# Check RPC services
command[check-rpc]=@libexecdir@/check_rpc -H $HOSTADDRESS$ -C $ARG1$

# Check if the NFS server is running (version 2 and version 3)
command[check-nfs]=@libexecdir@/check_rpc -H $HOSTADDRESS$ -C nfs -c2,3

# Check game servers
command[check_quake]=@libexecdir@/check_game qs $HOSTADDRESS$
command[check_unreal]=@libexecdir@/check_game uns $HOSTADDRESS$ -p $ARG1$ -pf 8

# Check a port that should be open
command[check_nmap]=@libexecdir@/check_nmap -H $HOSTADDRESS$ -t 30 -p $ARG1$

# Check a port that should be open and another that *could* be open,
# but no warning is given if optional port is closed.

command[check_nmap_optional]=@libexecdir@/check_nmap -H $HOSTADDRESS$ -t 60 -p $ARG1$ -o $ARG2$

# Specify range to nmap
command[check_nmap_range]=@libexecdir@/check_nmap -H $HOSTADDRESS$ -t 60 -p $ARG1$ -r $ARG2$

# Specify both optional and range
command[check_nmap_opt_range]=@libexecdir@/check_nmap -H $HOSTADDRESS$ -t 60 -p $ARG1$ -o $ARG2$ -r$ARG3$

# Check Radius
command[check_radius]=@libexecdir@/check_radius $ARG1$ $ARG2$ $HOSTADDRESS$ 1812 $ARG3$


# Check HTTP proxy
# This is a command for checking squid or other proxy servers which uses check
# http to ensure an HTTP 200 comes back ..... i.e. squid actually
# serves the page and not an error message.
# Using check_http will allow verification of authenticated proxies
#
# Note:: This used to call "check_reply" which was pretty close to check_tcp
#        The functionality of check_reply has been merged into check_tcp

command[check_squid]=@libexecdir@/check_http -H $HOSTADDRESS$ -p $ARG1$  -u $ARG2$  -e 'HTTP/1.0 200 OK'


## Check RealAudio url
command[check_real_url]=@libexecdir@/check_real $HOSTADDRESS$ -p $ARG1$ -wt $ARG2$ -ct $ARG3$ -to 5 -u $ARG4$

## Check RealAudio server response
command[check_real]=@libexecdir@/check_real $HOSTADDRESS$ -p $ARG1$ -wt $ARG2$ -ct $ARG3$ -to 5

# NetWare checks via check_nwstat ( see "check_nwstat -h" for more options)
# how many current logins
command[check_netware_logins]=@libexecdir@/check_nwstat -H $HOSTADDRESS$ -v "LOGINS" -w $ARG1$ -c $ARG2$
# how many current connections
command[check_nwstat_conns]=@libexecdir@/check_nwstat -H $HOSTADDRESS$ -v CONNS -w $ARG1$ -c $ARG2$
# 1 minute avg cpu load
command[check_netware_1load]=@libexecdir@/check_nwstat -H $HOSTADDRESS$ -v "LOAD1" -w 70 -c 90
# 5 minute avg cpu load
command[check_netware_5load]=@libexecdir@/check_nwstat -H $HOSTADDRESS$ -v "LOAD5" -w 70 -c 90
# 15 minute avg cpu load
command[check_netware_15load]=@libexecdir@/check_nwstat -H $HOSTADDRESS$ -v "LOAD15" -w 70 -c 90
# Disk volume (% free)
command[check_nwstat_vol_p]=@libexecdir@/check_nwstat -H $HOSTADDRESS$ -v VPF$ARG1$ -w $ARG2$ -c $ARG3$
# Disk volume (KB free)
command[check_nwstat_vol_k]=@libexecdir@/check_nwstat -H $HOSTADDRESS$ -v VKF$ARG1$ -w $ARG2$ -c $ARG3$
# % Long term cache hits
command[check_nwstat_ltch]=@libexecdir@/check_nwstat -H $HOSTADDRESS$ -v LTCH -w $ARG1$ -c $ARG2$
# % (of max) used packet receive buffers
command[check_nwstat_puprb]=@libexecdir@/check_nwstat -H $HOSTADDRESS$ -v PUPRB -w $ARG1$ -c $ARG2$
# Check to see if the DS database is open
command[check_nwstat_dsdb]=@libexecdir@/check_nwstat -H $HOSTADDRESS$ -v DSDB



# Netware 5 abends
command[check_netware_abend]=@libexecdir@/check_nwstat -H $HOSTADDRESS$ -v "ABENDS" -w 10 -c 30
# Netware 5 number of current service procs
command[check_nwstat_csprocs]=@libexecdir@/check_nwstat -H $HOSTADDRESS$ -v CSPROCS -w $ARG1$ -c $ARG2$


# Still have to write sample entries for the following:
#
# check_ldap
# check_overcr