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    Je cherche un check_plugin Nagios permettant de vérifier le contenu d'une page web, à savoir de vérifier par exemple si un mot clé dans une page web reste présent, afin de pouvoir voir si un site est correctement en ligne, car bien que les services répondent, il peut arriver suite par exemple à une mauvaise manip ou à un bug qu'un site pointe par exemple sur un autre, et que pourtant tout soit donc "vert" sur la supervision.
    Debian Sarge 3.1
    Noyau 2.6.8-2-386
    Nagios 2.5
    Oreon 1.3.1-1

  • #2
    il semblerait que tu l'ai deja :?

    -bash-3.00# ./check_http --help
    check_http (nagios-plugins 1.4.2) 1.81
    Copyright (c) 1999 Ethan Galstad <[email protected]>
    Copyright (c) 1999-2004 Nagios Plugin Development Team
    <[email protected]>

    This plugin tests the HTTP service on the specified host. It can test
    normal (http) and secure (https) servers, follow redirects, search for
    strings and regular expressions, check connection times, and report on
    certificate expiration times.

    Usage: check_http -H <vhost> | -I <IP-address> [-u <uri>] [-p <port>]
    [-w <warn time>] [-c <critical time>] [-t <timeout>] [-L]
    [-a auth] [-f <ok | warn | critcal | follow>] [-e <expect>]
    [-s string] [-l] [-r <regex> | -R <case-insensitive regex>]
    [-P string] [-m <min_pg_size>:<max_pg_size>] [-4|-6] [-N]
    [-M <age>] [-A string] [-k string]
    NOTE: One or both of -H and -I must be specified

    -h, --help
    Print detailed help screen
    -V, --version
    Print version information
    -H, --hostname=ADDRESS
    Host name argument for servers using host headers (virtual host)
    Append a port to include it in the header (eg:
    -I, --IP-address=ADDRESS
    IP address or name (use numeric address if possible to bypass DNS lookup).
    -p, --port=INTEGER
    Port number (default: 80)
    -4, --use-ipv4
    Use IPv4 connection
    -6, --use-ipv6
    Use IPv6 connection
    -S, --ssl
    Connect via SSL
    -C, --certificate=INTEGER
    Minimum number of days a certificate has to be valid.
    (when this option is used the url is not checked.)
    -e, --expect=STRING
    String to expect in first (status) line of server response (default: HTTP/1.)
    If specified skips all other status line logic (ex: 3xx, 4xx, 5xx processing)
    -s, --string=STRING
    String to expect in the content
    -u, --url=PATH
    URL to GET or POST (default: /)
    -P, --post=STRING
    URL encoded http POST data
    -N, --no-body
    Don't wait for document body: stop reading after headers.
    (Note that this still does an HTTP GET or POST, not a HEAD.)
    -M, --max-age=SECONDS
    Warn if document is more than SECONDS old. the number can also be of
    the form "10m" for minutes, "10h" for hours, or "10d" for days.
    -T, --content-type=STRING
    specify Content-Type header media type when POSTing
    -l, --linespan
    Allow regex to span newlines (must precede -r or -R)
    -r, --regex, --ereg=STRING
    Search page for regex STRING
    -R, --eregi=STRING
    Search page for case-insensitive regex STRING
    -a, --authorization=AUTH_PAIR
    Usernameassword on sites with basic authentication
    -A, --useragent=STRING
    String to be sent in http header as "User Agent"
    -k, --header=STRING
    Any other tags to be sent in http header, separated by semicolon
    -L, --link=URL
    Wrap output in HTML link (obsoleted by urlize)
    -f, --onredirect=<ok|warning|critical|follow>
    How to handle redirected pages
    -m, --pagesize=INTEGER<:INTEGER>
    Minimum page size required (bytes) : Maximum page size required (bytes)
    -w, --warning=DOUBLE
    Response time to result in warning status (seconds)
    -c, --critical=DOUBLE
    Response time to result in critical status (seconds)
    -t, --timeout=INTEGER
    Seconds before connection times out (default: 10)
    -v, --verbose
    Show details for command-line debugging (Nagios may truncate output)
    This plugin will attempt to open an HTTP connection with the host. Successful
    connects return STATE_OK, refusals and timeouts return STATE_CRITICAL, other
    errors return STATE_UNKNOWN. Successful connects, but incorrect reponse
    messages from the host result in STATE_WARNING return values. If you are
    checking a virtual server that uses 'host headers' you must supply the FQDN
    (fully qualified domain name) as the [host_name] argument.

    This plugin can also check whether an SSL enabled web server is able to
    serve content (optionally within a specified time) or whether the X509
    certificate is still valid for the specified number of days.

    CHECK CONTENT: check_http -w 5 -c 10 --ssl

    When the '' server returns its content within 5 seconds, a
    STATE_OK will be returned. When the server returns its content but exceeds
    the 5-second threshold, a STATE_WARNING will be returned. When an error occurs,
    a STATE_CRITICAL will be returned.

    CHECK CERTIFICATE: check_http -C 14

    When the certificate of '' is valid for more than 14 days, a
    STATE_OK is returned. When the certificate is still valid, but for less than
    14 days, a STATE_WARNING is returned. A STATE_CRITICAL will be returned when
    the certificate is expired.

    Send email to [email protected] if you have questions
    regarding use of this software. To submit patches or suggest improvements,
    send email to [email protected]
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    Julien Mathis
    Centreon Project Leader |


    • #3
      Ok, merci, je pars me cacher !
      Debian Sarge 3.1
      Noyau 2.6.8-2-386
      Nagios 2.5
      Oreon 1.3.1-1


      • #4
        Julien Mathis
        Centreon Project Leader |