check_mysqldump-secure

[sh] Nagios Plugin to monitor mysqldump database backups

check_mysqldump-secure

Nagios Plugin to monitor the state of MySQL database backups: Success, last backup, encryped, compressed, etc.

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Features:

  • Did every database dump correctly?
  • Is the last dump within the specified time cycle?
  • If encryption is required, was the dump encryted?
  • If compression is required, was the dump compressed?
  • If logging is required, was the dump logged?

Additional information is displayed. Such as:

  • How many databases dumped
  • How many databases skipped
  • How long did it take to dump everything
  • How many megabytes have been dumped

How to use it

You will either have to generate a logfile that is parseable by the check_mysqldump-secure script (see mysqldump-secure.nagios.log for explanation) or you can use the already existing tool to dump MySQL databases in a secure way, which supports Nagios log output. mysqldump-secure

Nagios / Icinga Integration

Monitoring Data

OKUnknownErrorError

Long Plugin Output

This is only applicable to nagios >= 3 OK

Log

Log

Performance Date

AgoTimeSizeTotalIgnoredTmpwatch

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