Checkservice is a Perl script that monitors services on remote hosts. It uses plugins to provide a more thorough check than just a socket check, and can be configured to check multiple services on multiple hosts using two different methods (simple and extended). It is able to write logs and when running in the background enables warnings. It features a beep-, mail-, and SMS-warning system.
|Tags||Monitoring Internet Web Dynamic Content|
|Operating Systems||OS Independent|
Release Notes: This release features bugfixes in the check engine and plugin that have been there for ages. It includes the plans for CheckService 2. RPM and Debian packages are not made for this release, but everyone is advised to use this version.
Release Notes: This release splits the shared plugin functions off into a Perl module. There are bugfixes for the main engine and PHP status page. This is the last release of this design.
Release Notes: This release fixes two bugs in the php3 statuspage, converts the php3 statuspage to XHTML, fixes two bugs in caching and logging, and adds other tiny fixes for problems that made 1.0.5 annoying to use.
Release Notes: New checkplugins (MySQL, PostgreSQL, template, https, and sshy), internal Webcache building, increased portability (solved ping and mail problems), and fixes for some tiny bugs.
Release Notes: Tiny bugs and typos were fixed. This is a stable release.