NSClient++ Help (#1) - Performance Counter on .172? (#971) - Message List
are Performance counter working well on .172? mostly it returns 0. but if i look to the perfmon the values arent like 0 for this counter? only sometimes i get the right... i checked some other topic but didnt find an answer to this?
To my knowlege they should be working, If not let me know...
But should be pretty simple to compare the value you get in perfmon with nsclient+++
Michael Medinmickem05/14/12 13:03:46 (13 months ago)
My nsclient.log writes every check this here:
2012-05-14 13:06:46: l:..\..\..\..\trunk\modules\CheckExternalScripts\CheckExternalScripts.cpp:229: Arguments: \LogicalDisk(C:)\% Disk Time Averages=true MaxWarn=40 MaxCrit=60
which i think seems correct! Also my server is getting the answer:
May 14 13:06:50 linux-VirtualBox nsca: Connection from 192.168.0.109 port 35522 May 14 13:06:50 linux-VirtualBox nsca: Handling the connection... May 14 13:06:50 linux-VirtualBox nsca: SERVICE CHECK -> Host Name: 'winpc', Service Description: 'disktime_check', Return Code: '0', Output: 'OK all counters within bounds.|'\LogicalDisk(C:)\% Disk Time'=0;40;60' May 14 13:06:50 linux-VirtualBox nsca: End of connection...
everything seems fine.. theres just the problem that the most values are0? i got 3 values in the last 3 hours which were >0. I see it also on my pnp4 graphs.. and perfmon gives back values like 10.. or 100 or whatever but very rarely 0 or sth around 0..Dexx05/14/12 13:22:53 (13 months ago)
I see the same thing Dexx, wrote it up a while ago but it appears difficult to track down and reproduce... What counters are you using? I certainly see it on the % Disk counters as you mention yourself - % Idle time is a great example, it should almost never be zero (I would hope!!), but as of .163 or so it has been 0.ga1585905/14/12 17:23:01 (13 months ago)