Hello everyone (read google bot)! Just thought Id let you know whats happening lately, I have been working a lot with 0.4.2 on the documentation generation and managed to add almost all "kinds" of modules now (still some loose end with the Client interface). This means I will ...

Hello, a few bug fixes and minor improvements to the 0.4.1 branch ready for testing. If nothing major is reported I will release this in a few days. Highlights: * New option which can drastically improve CheckEventLog performance scan-range * Sample config with "all" options * Encoding support for NRPE * No ...

Just released a new nightly build which adds two new features: 1. New option for CheckEventLog scan-range to help combat issues with high memory usage, high CPU load and/or similar issues. The option can be used to reduced the entries scanned when scanning the event log and mor importantly ...

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0.4.1 released!

Posted by mickem at 2012-12-18

Welcome to the all new stable version of NSClient++

0.4.1 is finally released it has been a long ride and it is fashionably late as always. but hopefully the delay (which has been very intentional) will help reduce the number of crit <>

Just found a tutorial by Henri Siponen about getting NSClient++ up and running with Nagios I figured I would share with everyone. ''Windows monitoring was fairly simple to set up but I did run into some small issues. All the guides and tutorials that I found were so outdated that ...

I wrote a tutorial on how to write statefull scripts in Lua on my blog. ''Stateful scripts are a simple yet powerfully way to enhance your monitoring which I think is used far to little. Using stateful script you can easily add simple predictions and change management. This is very ...

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0.4.1 RC3

Posted by mickem at 2012-11-18

Yet another RC (0.4.1.66) which hopefully fixes the check_nt crash some people was experiencing. If not please urgently send crash dumps and let me know! Also introduces some new minor features as well as bug fixes: Full change log:

 2012-11-18 MickeM * Created nscpnobp.exe which is a ...

Hello, Lets start off with the NSClient++ related stuff: Just posted a new RC (0.4.1.62) which fixes a number of issues. There is still the issue with check_nt sockets crashing if you encounter this issue please send me crash dumps and logs as well as the commands ...

Hello, Lets start off with the NSClient++ related stuff: Just posted a new RC (0.4.1.62) which fixes a number of issues. There is still the issue with check_nt sockets crashing if you encounter this issue please send me crash dumps and logs as well as the commands ...

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0.4.1 RC1 out

Posted by mickem at 2012-10-24

Hello, Just wanted to let you all know that build 61 is the first release candidate of NSClient++ 0.4.1 which will become the new stable version so time to get your bug hunting gloves on and start testing it! // Michael Medin

Hello, For those of you who don't already know it I have a personal blog where I occasionally post guides and tutorials for how to use NSClient++ (and other things). The main reason to keep them apart is that trac is a horrible blogging platform :) Thus far I have ...

Well, seems the upgrade went smoothly. a few snags though and with trac-hacks is down I cant fetch the missing plugins. I will try to fix this later today so please bear with me. I guess the most prominent feature missing is "tracnav" which is missing causing the "menu" to ...

Well, seems the upgrade went smoothly. a few snags though and with trac-hacks is down I cant fetch the missing plugins. I will try to fix this later today so please bear with me. I guess the most prominent feature missing is "tracnav" which is missing causing the "menu" to ...

Well, first off: '''a big thanks''' to all who reported issues and problems with the server after the upgrade! Now I think everything is back as it was and hopefully it will be smooth sailing from now on. So please let me know any issues you discover so I can ...

The good folks at netways will help me do a system upgrade tomorrow (around 9:ish CET) of the machine hosting NSClient.org. So expects some down time and hopefully a much better site afterwards... // Michael Medin