How To Get A Reverse DNS Lookup On The Command Line

Author: , September 1st, 2021

There are three commands in Linux to easily get a reverse DNS lookup with: dig, host and nslookup. Here are examples of each: shell> dig -x 3.214.2.238 +short

shell> dig -x 3.214.2.238

shell> host 3.214.2.238

shell> nslookup 3.214.2.238

How To Check Amazon RDS MySQL Servers in Nagios Without Ping

Author: , August 13th, 2015

Amazon Web Services (AWS) offers MySQL Server via the Relational Database Service (RDS) offering. Unfortunately, AWS doesn’t allow ICMP Ping to reach the nodes, so as configured by default, Nagios will fail on the host check. The solution is to submit a Passive Check for that host. Login to the Nagios web console Click on […]