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    Greetings all.

    I’ve got an issue with CheckFileSize returning a file size of 0B, regardless of what I do to set it up. Here are the necessary files for consideration.

    Debug from NSClient++ on the Windows server:

    2011-05-12 20:05:01: debug:NSClient++.cpp:1106: Injecting: CheckFileSize: ShowAll, MaxWarn=1M, MaxCrit=1.8G, File:DBFile=c:\Program Files\Microsoft SQL Server\MSSQL$CRSSQL\Data\msdbdata.mdf$

    2011-05-12 20:05:01: debug:modules\CheckDisk\CheckDisk.cpp:411: Looking for: pattern: c:\Program Files\Microsoft SQL Server\MSSQL$CRSSQL\Data, pattern: msdbdata.mdf$

    2011-05-12 20:05:01: debug:NSClient++.cpp:1142: Injected Result: OK ‘OK: DBFile: 0B’

    2011-05-12 20:05:01: debug:NSClient++.cpp:1143: Injected Performance Result: ”DBFile’=0B;1048576;1073741824; ‘

    commands.cfg in Nagios:

    define command{
    command_name check_uccxdb
    command_line $USER1$/check_nrpe -H 172.31.8.37 -p 5666 -c CheckFileSize -a ShowAll MaxWarn=1M MaxCrit=1.8G File:DBFile=c:\\Program\ Files\\Microsoft\ SQL\ Server\\MSSQL\$CRSSQL\\Data\\msdbdata.mdf
    }

    service file in Nagios:

    define service{
    use generic-service,srv-pnp
    host_name UCCX
    service_description DB Size
    check_command check_uccxdb
    }

    I’m this close. :-) Any help would be appreciated.

    Sean

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