I am making a new check based on a script I found. The script is an snmp check that looks at the percentage of memory used based on 2 oids. It working nicely when running from icinga backend targeting my host.
This is not the first time I have encountered this problem, it’s not a bug, it’s a way of thinking I am missing.
I created a command based on the shell script and I added arguments:
but the custom properties/arguments never appear in my check that uses that command:
I expected to see the -L, -A etc fields I could fill out in custom properties for the new service template I am making.
Any ideas please?
EDIT: Perhaps the fields appear on the host in director, not the service template in director?
EDIT2: I found this, perhaps I need to create a variable for each “GNU Long Option”?