Output from scheduled check… being sent back to NSCA on Linux host is:
OK: uptime: 16w 103d 2399:143180h, boot: 2016-Oct-20 18:33:27 (UTC)
My question is… what does ‘2399:143180h’ mean?
I THOUGHT that the 2399 might have been been hours, but when divided by 24, that yields only 99.958 days. and 143180 is obviously not the current military time… see below:
c:\Program Files\NSClient++>powershell get-date
Monday, February 13, 2017 2:57:00 PM
c:\Program Files\NSClient++>nscp client --module CheckSystem --query check_uptime OK: uptime: 16w 103d 2399:143200h, boot: 2016-Oct-20 18:33:28 (UTC)|‘uptime’=10034615s;172800;86400
So I’m really confused as to what the "nnnn:nnnnnn’ field is.
Shouldn’t it read more like:
16w 103d HHh MMm SSs, boot:…