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Monitor FC Brocade Switch

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check_FCBrocade_hardware.shcheck_FCBrocade_hardware.sh (v1.1)
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Reviews (5)
bysam1975, December 15, 2017
I use a brocade with firmware 6.2.2

The script seems to be good but i don't have informations from FAN.
Is it a MIB problem?

Best regards
bynishith, June 3, 2016
Simple Execution of this plugins provides below output:

./check_FCBrocade_hardware.sh -H -c Secret-C0de
HARDWARE OK : SLOT#0TEMP#1=22C, SLOT#0TEMP#2=22C, SLOT#0TEMP#3=24C, FAN#1=5769RPM, FAN#2=5769RPM, FAN#3=5769RPM, PowerSupply#1=1,|22;22;24;5769;5769;5769;1;

Still in process to make it functional properly in nagios config file.
It looks like it does not support services ? I can only get info on host.
byhandsomepete, September 8, 2011
1 of 1 people found this review helpful
helpful script. Modified the perfdata lines in the case statement to work with current versions of Nagios like so:

- perfdata=( ${perfdata[@]}${SENSOR_VALUE}";" )
+ perfdata=( ${perfdata[@]}${SENSOR_INFO}"="${SENSOR_VALUE}" " )

Also added sed "s/#//g" on to the end of the SENSOR_INFO variable set just to make things prettier. Thanks for the plugin!
bymef2, January 27, 2010
1 of 1 people found this review helpful
I managed to get this working by changing the TYPE query to:
TYPE=$(snmpwalk -v 1 -c $COMMUNITY $HOSTNAME SNMPv2-SMI::mib-2.1.1 | sed "s/.*STRING:(.*)$/1/")

and also removing the option 6) in the case statement. My system does not have all the blades populated so option 6 (absent) was throwing an error.

It also works with the Brocade switch in a HP C7000 blade chassis.