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NSClient++ problem

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NSClient++ problem

Postby wowaqihi » Thu Jun 16, 2022 4:30 am

I've noticed after I reboot a server and am monitoring things like uptime with NSClient++ that it returns:

CRITICAL: uptime: 21:40h

for example until it's been up for 24 hours.
Any idea why a server that's up less than 24 hours is considered critical?
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