Unable To Add SCHEDULED DOWN Time In (fan Nagios) Nagios.

It is about the issue of permission with Nagios.cmd tail -f /var/log/httpd/error_log File location : /var/log/Nagios/rw/nagios.cmd   After giving a 777 permission to this file my scheduled downtime is working fine. Look the screenshot below. For all type of monitoring and open source issue , Ask your query in comment box.


Windows 8.1 and Windows 10 The product key is located inside the product packaging, on the receipt or confirmation page for a digital purchase or in a confirmation e-mail that shows you purchased Windows. If you purchased a digital copy from Microsoft Store, you can locate your product key in your Account under Digital Content. WindowsContinue reading “HOW DO I FOUND MY WINDOWS PRODUCT KEY”

NSClient++ Return Code Of 139 IS Out Of Bound…

This means something is wrong. To find out what is wrong you need to check the NSClient++ log file. The message means that an plugin returned an invalid exit code and there can be many reasons for this but most likely something is miss configured in NSClient++ or a script your using is not working.Continue reading “NSClient++ Return Code Of 139 IS Out Of Bound…”

How Do You Run A Script In Powershell?

Run A Script In PowerShell? Launch Windows PowerShell, and wait a moment for the PS command prompt to appear Navigate to the directory where the script lives PS> cd C:\my_path\ (enter) Execute the script: PS> .\run_import_script.ps1 (enter) If it fails, you should check “setexecutionpolicy” Steps: Launch a Windows PowerShell window run as an administrator. NavigateContinue reading “How Do You Run A Script In Powershell?”

What are the process state in Unix ?

Source: http://www.cs.miami.edu What is the process state in Unix? This is a small experiment to show the life cycle of a Unix process. A Unix process is created in the idle state and is then moved between ready to run, running, and possibly waiting (or sleeping) , until it exits and becomes a zombie. OnceContinue reading “What are the process state in Unix ?”