Monitoring::Plugin::Threshold − class for handling Monitoring::Plugin thresholds.
# NB: This is an internal Monitoring::Plugin class. # See Monitoring::Plugin itself for public interfaces. # Constructor $t = Monitoring::Plugin::Threshold−>set_thresholds( warning => $warning_range_string, critical => $critical_range_string, ); # Value checking − returns CRITICAL if in the critical range, # WARNING if in the warning range, and OK otherwise $status = $t−>get_status($value); # Accessors − return the associated N::P::Range object $warning_range = $t−>warning; $critical_range = $t−>critical;
Internal Monitoring::Plugin class for handling threshold data. See Monitoring::Plugin for public interfaces.
A threshold object contains (typically) a pair of ranges, associated with a particular severity e.g.
warning => range1 critical => range2
This code is maintained by the Monitoring Plugin Development Team: see https://monitoring−plugins.org
Copyright (C) 2014 by Monitoring Plugin Team Copyright (C) 2006−2014 by Nagios Plugin Development Team
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