NRPE v2 Package

  • Thank you for implementing NRPE v2 into Pfsense,
    but there is a bug in the check_procs …

    when i execute /usr/local/libexec/nagios/check_procs -w 5 -c 10 -s Z
    i get :

    /libexec/ /lib/ version FBSD_1.1 required by /usr/local/libexec/nagios/check_procs not found

    and another suggestion to the web interface :

    is it posible to add a free field for implenting custom checks ?
    we a using additional shell scripts executed by nrpe to do more than the nrpe default checks .

    Thanks for your good work


  • same problem here

    /libexec/ Shared object "" not found, required by "check_ping"

  • when i use the version from  nagios-plugins-1.4.12_1,1.tbz it works .

    Is it save to use this version ?

  • @mikesamo:

    same problem here

    /libexec/ Shared object "" not found, required by "check_ping"

    I also have this problem, running the check_tcp plugin, same error message. I tried replacing them with the versions from the above link but it didn't work.

    Then I went nuts and tried installing all sorts of packages until I got to a point where things really started to get fucked up, and I ended up reinstalling from scratch and restoring my config. At least I learned a lot in the process.

    So here is some other info:

    # ldd /usr/local/libexec/nagios/check_tcp
   => /usr/lib/ (0x28082000)
   => /lib/ (0x280c3000)
   => not found (0x0)
   => not found (0x0)
   => /lib/ (0x2821d000)

    It seems to be missing those two libraries. From what I gathered previously, they seem to have something to do with gettext/texinfo/libiconv(maybe) packages. I think previously I was able to successfully install the last one with
    pkg_add -r libiconv

    but trying to install the others gave errors related to not being able to find "install-info" which I verified doesn't exist anywhere on a system with a fresh 1.2.3-RC1 install. Interestingly enough, it does exist on a system I upgraded from 1.2.2 to 1.2.3-RC1. I tried to scp it but it didn't work (something about a newline).

    As I'm sure is obvious from my post, I have very little experience with FreeBSD, so please bear with me. If someone could help me out, I'd really appreciate it.


    **** SOLVED ****

    I don't know what happened this time exactly. On a whim, I followed the list of packages here (excluding the openvpn specific one), and after installing gcc and gmake the libraries are there. This has been some night..

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