[Check_mk (english)] command length limitation

Florian Heigl fh at mathias-kettner.de
Fri Apr 13 15:58:44 CEST 2012


On 04/12/2012 06:41 PM, Brian Gallew wrote:
> Command-line lengths are shell-level limitations in general.  Most modern shells default to 1024, though you'd have to check to be sure.  If your plugin is running under /bin/sh, check the max command line length for that shell.
> As far as debugging goes, you can always login as the nagios user and run the command by hand.  ALternatively you can turn up the Nagios debugging level, though that must be turned back down as soon as you are done testing due to stability impact.

you can try switching to ksh93 (watch out to not use pdksh instead) or 
maybe zsh.

Rather just load the options via something other than the command line 
though. :)


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