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check_ipmi

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Current Version
0.2
Last Release Date
2011-12-05
Compatible With
  • Nagios 3.x
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check_ipmi.pycheck_ipmi.py
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check_ipmi
This plugin uses the ipmitool command and can obtain value of sensor. You can question one or several sensor in one command.
Example (question for fans):
./check_ipmi.py -H hostname.doamin.com --username user -P password "FAN 1 RPM" "FAN 2 RPM" -w 4000 -c 4500
give :
IPMI WARNING : 4080,4200. | FAN 1 RPM=4080 FAN 2 RPM=4200
$ ./check_ipmi.py --help
usage: check_ipmi.py [-h] [-H HOSTNAME] [-U USERNAME] [-P PASSWORD] -w WARNING
-c CRITICAL [-t] [--version]
command [command ...]

Get ipmi informations for nagios

positional arguments:
command sensor(s) to question

optional arguments:
-h, --help show this help message and exit
-H HOSTNAME, --hostname HOSTNAME
Host name or IP address
-U USERNAME, --username USERNAME
Remote session username
-P PASSWORD, --password PASSWORD
Remote session password
-w WARNING, --warning WARNING
Warning threshold range(s)
-c CRITICAL, --critical CRITICAL
Critical threshold range(s)
-t, --threshold Thresholds are present in output to be displayed in
graph
--version show program's version number and exit

This plugin uses the 'ipmitool' command included with the OpenIPMI-tools
package. if you don't have the package installed, you will need to download it
from http://sourceforge.net/projects/openipmi/ before you can use this plugin.