I try that double backslash but it doesn’t work for me. I need to use a ftp password with the command. I put this on services.cfg:
And, for test, I put this in checkcommands.cfg
command_line echo -en "$HOSTADDRESS$ $ARG1$ $ARG2$ $ARG3$\n"
As you can see the pass is something like “gt.ko!6” and the desired directory to check is “/”. The output is somthing like the following.I try with one, two and none backslash:
Two backslashes: “192.168.10.2 username gt.ko\ 6” (pass=gt.ko, directory=6)
One backslash: “192.168.10.2 username gt.ko\ 6” (pass=gt.ko, directory=6)
None: “192.168.10.2 username gt.ko 6” (pass=gt.ko, directory=6)
Please, some help!!