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I have nagios 3 under debian installed. NSClient installed too.But i cant get info ,always "UNKNOW "
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Seth Simmons earned 2000 total points
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as i stated in your previous question, unknown is because there is missing information - usually the command line is missing required parameters
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i got it yesterday to work.
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