I am trying to make Nagios tell me is a text string on a page exists and show a fault if it doesn't. It never fails even if I put in a string that doesn't exist on the site. I am doing something wrong.
Here's the check command:
# 'check_http_string' command definition
command_line $USER1$/check_http -H $ARG1$ -s $ARG2$
I invoke this like so:
check_command check_http!-H "www.mydomain.com" -s "Welcome to the pants party"
I can't get the darn thing to fail! Needless to say the quote after the -s doesn't exist on the site. (Yes, I'm sure!)
From a console session it works perfectly when entered like this:
./check_http -H www.mydomain.com -s "mitigate behavioral risk"
any change to the text string and it fails as it should. I am doing something wrong but I don't know what that could be.
Help please before I pull out whats left of my hair... it wouldn't take long.