I’m running OpenVAS-9 on Ubuntu and trying to use the check_omp utility with nagios, however, I keep getting a message stating that my task doesn’t exist. This used to work with an older version of OpenVAS.
$ check_omp --version
Check-OMP Nagios Command Plugin 1.4.5
Using the omp CLI, I can see the tasks:
$ omp -h 10.0.0.29 -u user -w password --get-tasks
7992bf61-47f1-4069-926a-23736041998d Stopped gpms-vt
59755173-a153-4c62-a850-6751e580b6f1 Done introlsys
Yet, check_omp doesn’t find it:
$ check_omp --status -H 10.0.0.29 -u user -w password -T introlsys --last-report -F 10.0.0.26
OMP UNKNOWN: Unknown task: introlsys
I also tried using the ID, but that didn’t work either:
$ check_omp --status -H 10.0.0.29 -u user -w password -T 59755173-a153-4c62-a850-6751e580b6f1 --last-report -F 10.0.0.26
OMP UNKNOWN: Unknown task: 59755173-a153-4c62-a850-6751e580b6f1
For the testing all the cli commands, including the check_omp I have been running directly on the OpenVAS server just to eliminate any network issues between servers that might have caused an issue. The user has the admin role to rule out a role permissions issue reading the status.
Appreciate any thoughts on where to look next.