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Hello All

I am new to scripting and need help on writing a script that sends an email message on disk usage, can some help me to understand the basics and how to write this.

Please help me.


Requirements;
Create a script sends an email message to the user specified on the command line if any of the filesystems at more than 70% of capacity. The script should not process special filesystems as /proc. It should only process filesystems which are either locally mounted or are mounted via NFS.

An individual email should be sent for each filesystem which is at the warning level. There should be a subject on the email with a message "Warning: Filesystem <put filesystem the>here is at <X>% of capacity" If the filesystem is at greater than 90% of capacity, the "Warning" should be changed to "Critical Warning".

You may use any scripting language including /bin/sh, ksh, bash, awk or perl. Work done in the C-Shell (csh) will not be accepted.
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And how much effort have you put towards researching this homework assignment? Show us what you've done thus far, and ask specific questions about what you don't understand.
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sorry for the delay, but i'm working on it  to get post for review
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i have attached the needed files along with following example

you use this for gmail smtp settings  :


<?php
require("class.phpmailer.php");

$name = "XXXXXXXX";
$nameMail ="XXXXXXXX";
$address="XXXXXXXX";


$mailer = new PHPMailer();


$mailer->Mailer = 'smtp';
$mailer->IsSMTP();
$mailer->IsHTML(true);
$mailer->Port = 465;
$mailer->SMTPDebug = 2 ;
$mailer->SMTPSecure='ssl';
$mailer->SMTPAuth = true;
$mailer->SMTPKeepAlive = true;
$mailer->Host = 'smtp.gmail.com';

$mailer->Username = 'XXXXXXXX';  // Change this to your gmail adress
$mailer->Password = 'XXXXXXXX';  // Change this to your gmail password
$mailer->From = $nameMail;  // This HAVE TO be your gmail adress
$mailer->FromName = $name; // This is the from name in the email, you can put anything you like here
$mailer->Body = XXXXXXXX;
$mailer->Subject = "XXXXXXXX";
$mailer->AddAddress($address);
$mailer->Send();
?>
class.phpmailer.php
class.pop3.php
class.smtp.php
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by:1badabing
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I am still working on getting my script to be posted
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by:1badabing
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This is what I came up with, not sure how to eliminate the /proc (which I need to) and whether I will get to email to the destination. Someone please help me


#!/bin/bash
df -k | grep -v '^Filesystem | none' | awk '{ print $1 " " $5 }' | while read $output
do
 echo $output
 perc=$(echo $output | awk '{ print $2 }' | cut -d'%' –f2 )
 part=$(echo $output | awk '{ print $1 }' )

 if [ $perc -ge 90 ]; then
 echo "Critical Warning: Filesystem \"$part\" at “$perc”% of capacity” | \
 mail -s "Critical Warning: Filesystem \”$part\” at “$perc”% of capacity” 1badabing@expert.com

 elif [ $perc -ge 70 ] && [ $perc -lt 90 ]; then
 echo "Warning: Filesystem \"$part\" at “$perc”% of capacity” | \
 mail -s "Warning: Filesystem \”$part\” at “$perc”% of capacity” 1badabing@expert.com

 fi
done
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Hello All

I redid the script and to monitor and send a mail message, if less that 34 %. I keep getting an error for line 5.. see below..


*********************************************************
 more filecheck.sh
#!/bin/sh
df -k | grep -v 'proc' | awk '{ print $5 " " $1 }' | while read output;
do
  echo $output
  usep=$(echo $output | awk '{ print $1}' | cut -d'%' -f1  )
  partition=$(echo $output | awk '{ print $2 }' )
  if [ $usep -ge 34 ]; then
    echo "Running out of space \"$partition ($usep%)\" on $(hostname) as on $(date)" |
     mail -s "Alert: Almost out of disk space $usep%" pulorie1@yahoo.com
  fi
done

*********************************************************
 $ ./filecheck.sh
./filecheck.sh: syntax error at line 5: `usep=$' unexpected
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please close
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