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Nagios check_con

August 11th, 2010 1 comment

I wrote a simple plugin to check the number of established connections
to a windows server. Just execute:
cmd /c netstat -an |find /i “estab” /c
I also wrote a script for Windows
Here is the code

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nagios tray

August 5th, 2010 No comments

Nagstamon is a Nagios status monitor for the desktop. It connects to multiple Nagios, Opsview and Centreon monitoring servers and resides in systray or as a floating statusbar at the desktop showing a brief summary of critical, warning, unknown, unreachable and down hosts and services and pops up a detailed status overview when moving the mouse pointer over it. Connecting to displayed hosts and services is easily established by context menu via SSH, RDP and VNC. Users can be notified by sound. Hosts and Services can be filtered by category and regular expressions.

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replicate IIS configuration

May 26th, 2010 No comments

Well if you have the mission to keep multiple webservers IIS 6.0 with exactly same setup its not an easy job!
I was faced with this challenge and ended up writing yet another vbs script.
I played with Microsoft tool web deploy
http://www.iis.net/download/WebDeploy
http://blogs.iis.net/msdeploy

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IIS with storage

March 16th, 2010 No comments

How to Configure IIS 6.0 with Storage

1. Create a limited permissions account on the Domain Controller or the same name and password in all web servers.

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windows shortcut commands

April 2nd, 2009 3 comments

Some very helpfull shortcut commands for Microsoft Windows XP,2003

Windows Environment Commands
%ALLUSERSPROFILE% -Open the All User’s Profile
%HomeDrive% -Opens your home drive e.g. C:
%UserProfile% -Opens you User’s Profile
%temp% Opens -temporary file Folder
%systemroot% -Opens Windows folder

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Backup nagios

October 21st, 2008 No comments

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Nagios/Linux easy backup method
No backup tapes, no FTP. Just simple, mount a remote share and put files there.
The important part is to mount the share when the system starts up, so we
will could also edit the /etc/fstab file. But before editing make sure to try the mount
commands to make sure they work. I konw old kernels did not support smbfs or cifs,
and in that case maybe best to just use old FTP. I choose to mount and then
unmount when done.

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