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*nix Thread, grep masters wanted in Technical; Originally Posted by tom_newton cp -Rv ./baz/ ./bar/ > foo seems to work here tom@flying-squirrel:/tmp/foo$ cat foo `./baz/' -> `./bar/baz' ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by tom_newton View Post
    cp -Rv ./baz/ ./bar/ > foo

    seems to work here

    tom@flying-squirrel:/tmp/foo$ cat foo
    `./baz/' -> `./bar/baz'
    `./baz/flibb' -> `./bar/baz/flibb'
    `./baz/quux' -> `./bar/baz/quux'
    Cheers Worked a charm, I wasnt far off I guess!

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    ...what exactly did you do differently? I used your exact command to test.

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    Quote Originally Posted by powdarrmonkey View Post
    ...what exactly did you do differently? I used your exact command to test.
    lol... i have no idea now ive just looked at them both again its working now anyway!

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    Quote Originally Posted by plexer View Post
    I'll look it up when I'm back at work next week.

    Ben
    Just a nudge in case this had slipped your mind.

    Im installing nagios just now and all our printers are those HPs pretty much..

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    Thanks for the nudge I hadn't forgotten I just hadn't got round to doing it yet.

    I've posted it up on my blog plextech

    Thanks.

    Ben

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    Thankfully I cant access work from home, so ill need to give it a try on Monday... Thanks in advance though

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    Quote Originally Posted by plexer View Post
    Thanks for the nudge I hadn't forgotten I just hadn't got round to doing it yet.

    I've posted it up on my blog plextech

    Thanks.

    Ben
    How do I go about installing it as a plugin?

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    OK this seems to be working.. But how now do I implement it into nagios??

    Code:
    root@nagios:/usr/local/nagios/libexec# php check_hp2600.php -H 10.0.5.101 -c 10 -w 15
    TONER OK C:32 M:99 Y:32 K:22

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    Got it sorted!

    I had to add this to commands.cfg

    Code:
    # 'check_hp2600' command definition
    define command{
    		command_name	check_hp2600
    		command_line	php /usr/local/nagios/libexec/check_hp2600.php -H $HOSTADDRESS$ -c 10 -w 15
    		}
    And then in printers.cfg i made a new group called 2600-printers which calls the previous command

    Code:
    define service{
    	use			generic-service		; Inherit values from a template
    	hostgroup_name		2600-printers		; The name of the host the service is associated with
    	service_description	Printer Status		; The service description
    #	check_command		check_hpjd!-C public	; The command used to monitor the service
    	check_command		check_hp2600	; The command used to monitor the service
    	normal_check_interval	10	; Check the service every 10 minutes under normal conditions
    	retry_check_interval	1	; Re-check the service every minute until its final/hard state is determined
    	}
    And then just specified all the printers in host declarations

    Code:
    define host{
    	use		generic-printer		; Inherit default values from a template
    	host_name	10.0.5.101		; The name we're giving to this printer
    	alias		10.0.5.101	; A longer name associated with the printer
    	address		10.0.5.101		; IP address of the printer
    	hostgroups	2600-printers 	; Host groups this printer is associated with
    notifications_enabled	0		; disable emails for this check	
    }
    I hope this helps someone else



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