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|Last commit||over 3 years ago|
|Repo Created||over 7 years ago|
|Repo Last Updated||almost 2 years ago|
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NSCA is the remote passive acceptance daemon used with many Nagios installs. It
ships with a (C-language) executable called
send_nsca for submitting checks.
This is a mostly-clean re-implementation of
send_nsca in pure-python. It
supports 10 of the 26 crypto functions used by upstream NSCA, sending to
multiple hosts with one invocation, and timeouts.
The unit/integration tests for this package are located in the
directory. Unit tests only require the unittest2 package (or python 2.7+)
and the mock library; integration tests also require the
nsca binary. To
run them, simply make sure that your
$PYTHONPATH is set up correctly and
nosetests -v tests.
This software uses setuptools/distutils; you can install it with
sudo python setup.py install,
and it's easy to write packaging for your favorite OS.
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