[blockquote]yep, 1 idea:
don't use the plugins from manubalon
it seems they're a bit useless anyway; doing SNMP checks is pretty easy [/blockquote]
I'll look into that if I cant get it sorted any other way.
[blockquote]Well, for check_snmp_load you might well have to give it some more arguments, like -2 to specify SNMP v2 and -T to specify the type of device you are querying... For instance, on our Cisco routers, this doesn't work...
[root@localhost libexec]# ./check_snmp_load -H w.x.y.z -C wassname -w 50 -c 80
ERROR: Description table : Requested table is empty or does not exist.
But if I specify -2 and the -T cisco, lo and behold...
[root@localhost libexec]# ./check_snmp_load -H w.x.y.z -2 -T cisco -C wassname -w 50,50,50 -c 80,80,80
CPU : 2 2 2 : OK
NB the cisco check requires multiple warning and critical thresholds as the response is for like 1 min, 5 min and 15 min averages, so thats what the 50,50,50 and 80,80,80 are for...
Tried it both before and now again, didn't make any difference unfortunately, same error.