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 ====Known Issues==== ====Known Issues====
  
-  * As per [[https://​forum.nemslinux.com/​viewtopic.php?​f=10&​t=707|Ricks]] add ability for NEMS to auto-discover hosts and perhaps even compatible services.+  * As per [[https://​forum.nemslinux.com/​viewtopic.php?​f=10&​t=707|Ricks]] add ability for NEMS to auto-discover hosts and perhaps even compatible services. This has been added as a Patreon goal.
   * As pointed out by tripled, check_nconf treats ARG1 as command (-c) in its entirety. So we receive "NRPE: Command '​check_disk -w 80 -c 90 -p /​media/​pi"​ as the full line is treated as command. It should be sending -c "​check_disk"​ -a "-w 80 -c 90 -p /​media/​pi"​ - will likely need to fix the check_command which may break it for those who hacked it up by changing the arg to, for example, check_disk"​ -a "-w 80 -c 90 -p /media/pi   * As pointed out by tripled, check_nconf treats ARG1 as command (-c) in its entirety. So we receive "NRPE: Command '​check_disk -w 80 -c 90 -p /​media/​pi"​ as the full line is treated as command. It should be sending -c "​check_disk"​ -a "-w 80 -c 90 -p /​media/​pi"​ - will likely need to fix the check_command which may break it for those who hacked it up by changing the arg to, for example, check_disk"​ -a "-w 80 -c 90 -p /media/pi
   * Bland-X3 reports: "Have a bug/issue. Check_snmp has issues with creating files when using the --rate switch (-C CommunityGoesHere -P 2c -o .1.3.6.1.2.1.2.2.1.10.1 -w 80000 -c 102400 --rate) results in Status Information: ​   Cannot create directory: /​usr/​var/​111 ... Can run command in CLI using sudo and does record the rate information which indicates simple permission problem or can modify the check_snmp command to save it somewhere else with permission maybe."​ - Quick guess is maybe the command was run as root user from CLI which has now locked the nagios user from being able to access the folders. Will need to test. Also, see https://​support.nagios.com/​forum/​viewtopic.php?​f=7&​t=45864   * Bland-X3 reports: "Have a bug/issue. Check_snmp has issues with creating files when using the --rate switch (-C CommunityGoesHere -P 2c -o .1.3.6.1.2.1.2.2.1.10.1 -w 80000 -c 102400 --rate) results in Status Information: ​   Cannot create directory: /​usr/​var/​111 ... Can run command in CLI using sudo and does record the rate information which indicates simple permission problem or can modify the check_snmp command to save it somewhere else with permission maybe."​ - Quick guess is maybe the command was run as root user from CLI which has now locked the nagios user from being able to access the folders. Will need to test. Also, see https://​support.nagios.com/​forum/​viewtopic.php?​f=7&​t=45864
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