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check fsc hardware with serverview

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Gets hardware alerts from a FSC Primergy server through SNMP (environment, powersupply, massstorage, systemboard, deployment).
This Nagios Plugin gets hardware alerts from a FSC Primergy server through
SNMP.
- environment (eg temperature, fans, case opening,...)
- powersupply
- massstorage (eg raid devices)
- systemboard
- deployment (don't know...)
The FSC ServerView Agent must be installed and configured on the server.
The check_serverview.py is a rewrite of the check_serverview plugin in python,
which can also be found on www.nagiosexchange.org
The main advantages of this plugin over the original check_serverview is
cleaner output and the ability to ignore certain subsystems.
For example the 'deployment' subsystem kept generating warnings, probably
because the server wasn't installed with the FSC ServerStart toolkit.
Reviews (2)
Unfortunately ServerView does not support to check the RAID manager. So this monitor can' t check it.

Here is a hint how it can be done with a local check on a FUJITSU PRIMERGY.
It should be possible to do it with the tool amCLI from the ServerView package. It is located here "C:\Program Files (x86)\Fujitsu\ServerView Suite\RAID Manager\bin\"
Show all devices: amCLI.exe --list
Get status of a device: amCLI.exe --get 32/2 status
bychristimpaler, January 20, 2010
Plugin works good. It is a nice feature to ignore certain subsystems, because serverview agents tend to return "critical" status, if a CPU is disabled in BIOS.
Python modules pyasn1 and pysnmp are needed. Tested with python 2.3 and 2.4 on RHEL 4 and RHEL 5.