Monitoring Multiple Simular Windows Services with one Script

by techpilot007 8. May 2012 16:44
One of the first things I was asked to monitor with Nagios was the running state of a few Windows services. I could use NRPE to accomplish this but I found that I also needed to monitor the status of a few different versions of Tomcat for out Business Object servers. [More]

Jeremy

Welcome to the blog of an Configuration Manager. This blog is meant to share my thoughts, ideas, and the story of my ever expanding journey to acquire knowledge. It may, at times, include rants about or an expression of excitement over something in the computer realm. The majority of my work is with Windows servers. However, it has started to also include Linux machines. Lately I’ve become the Nagios “expert” within our company as I work towards creating culture of being proactive vs. reactive in regards to Application/Configuration Management.

 

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