Around 5 years ago, I created my first Nagios plugin check_mysql_slavestatus. I didn't really know back then, that 5 years later, I'd still be using and therefore adapting it. =)
Well the documentation page has been updated in both design and content. Especially the MySQL Slave Delay has been documented properly (finally...). I also used the opportunity to "correct" the PATH variable in the plugin itself.
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