Check your DNS is in sync by comparing the serials. This is a general icinga/icinga2/nagios/anyOtherNagiosFork plugin.
It is written in Shell (Bash).
Installation and requirements
- bash (it may be compliant to zsh, too. but not sh!)
On debian-based systems you need the package
nagios-pluginsor the package
check_dnsserials -d DOMAIN [-H DNS-MASTER] [-S DNS-SLAVES] [ -s SOA-SERIAL] [-w FAILS] [-c FAILS] [ -h -v ] DNS-MASTER: The master to get all main informations from DNS-SLAVES: The slaves to compare with the master's serial SOA-SERIAL: The serial number used to compare all DNS slaves (not recommended to set) FAILS: The amount of DNS servers allowed having another serial (=> amount of dns servers not in sync) (defaults to 0) If any of DNS-MASTER, DNS-SLAVES or SOA-SERIAL is unset, it'll get queried from the DNS system.
FAILS determines the amount of slaves, which are allowed out of sync.
Usecase: If you have 5 servers, and 2 are giving a wrong serial, the plugin will state warning if you specifiy
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