The Raspberry Pi running Raspian has some built-in temperature sensors. The sensor is on the CPU die, and you can find it at;
CheckMK supports the idea of local checks. A local check is a simple script that runs in the agent on a host and performs whatever check processing and verification that’s required on the client end. This means you cannot customize the warn/crit thresholds from the CheckMK host end. But they’re easy to write.
The above simplistic script reads in the CPU temperature of the RPi, and sets a warn threshold of 90% of the throttling temperature with a critical threshold of 100% of the throttling temperature.
If you add this into;
On your Raspian install, then manually run check_mk_agent, you’ll see in the «