Age, size and count of a group of files
|Distribution:||official part of Check_MK|
|Supported Agents:||Windows, Linux, FREEBSD, MACOSX, Solaris|
This check monitors the size, age and the count of a group of files
in the target host's filesystem. You can set lower and upper
limits for each: size of files, age of oldest, the newest file
and for the total count of files.
This check needs some configuration in the agent, as the agent needs to
know the information about which files need to be sent. Please refer to
fileinfo's manpage for information about setting up the agent.
The check also needs a configured file grouping pattern. The name of the
file group is referenced in the check configuration as the item.
File grouping patterns combine a simple pattern based on * and ? to
join a subset of the file names send by the agent into a file group. In
addition an exclude pattern may be defined to exclude certain filenames.
Furthermore, the current time/date in a configurable format may be
included in the pattern. The syntax is as follows: $DATE:format-spec$,
where format-spec is a list of time format directives of the unix date
command. Example: $DATE:%Y%m%d$ is todays date, e.g. 20140127. A pattern
of /var/tmp/backups/$DATE:%Y%m%d$.txt would search for .txt files with
todays date as name in the directory /var/tmp/backups.
Configured name of the file group
You have to configure at least on pattern for each