NRPE

AcronymDefinition
NRPENational Religious Partnership for the Environment
NRPENagios Remote Plug-Ins Executor (Nagios Client)
NRPENetSaint Remote Plugin Executor (software)
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The NRPE and NSClient ++ modules execute the commands of the monitoring server and return the results.
Mutations of ABCA4 gene determine an increase of NRPE and PE with generation of N-retinylidene-Nretinylethanolamine (A2E), a lipofuscin fluorophore.
The Evangelical Environmental Network, as part of the NRPE, established the Evangelical Climate Initiative (ECI) process.
The Episcopal Cathedral Church of Saint John the Divine in New York City, which is also the home of the NRPE, has led the way in the greening of Christian liturgy.
Moreover, how-to guides on distributed monitoring with NSCA and NRPE installation and configuration for Unix are also now available.
Both are members of the Noah Alliance and the National Religious Partnership for the Environment (NRPE), which includes the Evangelical Environmental Network (EEN), the U.S.
For example, the Coalition on the Environment and Jewish Life (COEJL), a legislation advocacy organization and a member of both the Noah Alliance and the NRPE, says that the commandment given to Adam and Eve was to serve and protect the garden of Eden and that there is a relationship between economic justice and ecological sustainability.
One factor in the resurgence of faith-based environmentalism is the 1993 founding of the National Religious Partnership for the Environment (NRPE) by a former radio talk show host and spokesperson for New York City's Episcopal Cathedral of St.
Paul Gorman has been a communicator all his life, so it's not surprising that his work since 1993 as the executive director of the National Religious Partnership for the Environment (NRPE) involves networking among major Christian and Jewish denominations.