NAGIOS | poor mans report scripting

You wanna report some stuff to nagios the easy way? Try this. Nagios server side: Install netcat. Run a eternal loop script: # while true; do nc -l -p <THE_PORT_YOU_WANNA_LISTEN_TO> >> /var/nagios/rw/nagios.cmd; done& Client side: Install netcat. Drop your info to the NAGIOS server with something like: # echo -e “[$(date +%s)] PROCESS_SERVICE_CHECK_RESULT;<NAGIOSCONFIG_SERVER_NAME>;<NAGIOSCONFIG_SERVICE_NAME>;<RESULT_0_or_1_or_2>;<YOUR_IMPORTANT_MESSAGE>” | nc […]

Amazon S3 | s3cmd console tool

Do some setup stuff: s3cmd –configure HINTS: When you are asked for the s3 endpoint, use your hosts (canonical) address YOURHOST instead of s3.amazonaws.com When asked for DNS-style bucket+hostname:port don’t use the suggested %(bucket)s.YOURHOST. Instead specify your bucket like YOURBUCKETs.YOURHOST. Mind the ‘s’ appended to YOURBUCKET! Your credentials and settings will be stored in .s3cmd. […]

script/console ftp upload one liner

With curl: curl -o /dev/null -s –connect-timeout 5 -T $TMPDIR/z_id.$CH_ID -u LOGIN:PASS ftp://URL:PORT/FILE.txt With ncftpput /usr/bin/ncftpput -u LOGIN -p PASS -P PORT -t 30 -F -T ‘UPLOADPREFIX’ -S ‘UPLOADSUFFIX’ -z -V URL /dls “FILE” ATTENTION: Add -DD to delet the local file afterwards. ATTENTION2: Quote ‘$’ in password with ‘\\\’ like ‘mypasscontains\\\$’