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Old 16th August 2010, 06:56
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Default Service description problem in NSCA

Hello everyone,

Does anyone know how to fix this problem?
Aug 16 11:43:12 localhost nagios: EXTERNAL COMMAND: PROCESS_SERVICE_CHECK_RESULT;winserver;$SERVICEDEC$;0;c:\ - total: 39.06 Gb - used: 11.06 Gb (28%) - free 28.00 Gb (72%)
Aug 16 11:43:12 localhost nagios: Warning:  Passive check result was received for service '$SERVICEDEC$' on host 'winserver', but the service could not be found!
On my later post, I have a problem regarding NSCA but I was able to fix that problem and now I am stuck with this new problem. Obviously, the log file is telling me that it was able to receive that passive check but it seems like the received service shouldn't be "$SERVICEDEC$". I was expecting it could be the actual service like uptime, current load, drive space, etc. But to my surprise, it wasn't and now the central server cannot find '$SERVICEDEC$' because in the first there is no service such as '$SERVICEDEC$'. Does anybody there who know how to fix this? Thanks in advance.
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