port-collector - get service status
port-collector version 1.26 from remstats 1.0.13a usage: ../port-collector [options] where options are: -d nnn enable debugging output at level 'nnn' -f fff use 'fff' for config-dir [/home/groups/r/re/remstats/etc/config] -F force collection even if it is not time -G GGG only try hosts from group 'GGG', a comma-separated list -h show this help -H HHH only try hosts from 'HHH', a comma-separated list -t ttt set default timeout to 'ttt'  -K KKK only try hosts with key(s) 'KKK', a comma-separated list -u ignore uphosts file
The rrd specification can also override the port specified by the script, by appending a colon and the port-number. E.G. for a web-server on port 8000, you could specify the rrd like:
According to whether it can connect to the service and what response
it gets back, it sets a status to one of OK, WARN, ERROR, CRITICAL.
These are arbitrary levels, except that OK means normal, and their
meanings are determined by the configuration file. The
The variables returned by the port-collector are:
port-PORTNAME - containing the status of the port, calculated by the script for this port port-PORTNAME-response - containing the response-time for the query
Other data from the port-collector
The main RRD for the port-collector is
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Last updated Fri May 30 13:51:04 PDT 2003 by <firstname.lastname@example.org>.