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check_fujitsu_server (SNMP,CIM,REST)

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Current Version
V3.60.01
Last Release Date
2019-03-25
Compatible With
  • Nagios 3.x
  • Nagios 4.x
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Version: 3.60
Monitor Fujitsu server via iRMC (out-of-band, SNMP, REST) or in-band (SNMP, CIM and REST). Monitor PRIMERGY Server and Blade and PRIMEQUEST
or monitor ServerView RAID or a RackCDU.
Special Tools: Update Management, ServerView CIM indications.
The complete package, including documentation and tools and sample configurations
can be downloaded on the Fujitsu support side:
http://download.ts.fujitsu.com/prim_supportcd/SVSSoftware/html/index_e_svs.htm
Software Products .. ServerView .. Integration Solutions ..
ServerView Integration in Nagios

For feedback or support contact mail address svnagios@ts.fujitsu.com

ORIGIN: Fujitsu
About Versions - see changelog at the end of this text

NEW:
- Adaption to newer provider data, Adaption to newer curl versions
- Support of SSD Lifetime property for Storage (if available)

KNOWN RESTRICTIONS:
- newer ESXi-CIM-Service might work with disabled SSLv3 SSL protocol BUT current
wbemcli work only with this protocol.
There are two ways to handle this:
1. change ESXi configuration see
http://kb.vmware.com/selfservice/microsites/search.do?language=en_US&cmd=displayKC&externalId=2107293
2. build an own wbemcli with an official patch see
http://sourceforge.net/p/sblim/bugs/2742/

CONTENT:
The package consists of plugins, tools and snmptt configuration files

snmptt configuration files are available for the handling of the
most important ServerView SNMP Traps and ServerView CIM indications.

TOOLS:
- Get basic system information of a host.
- discoverer multiple hosts and generate NAGIOS host definitions
- get system inventory information of a host
- tools for ServerView Update Management (CIM, REST)
- tools to handle ServerView CIM indications

PLUGINS:
- check_fujitsu_server.pl (SNMP)
Monitor Fujitsu Windows and Linux systems:
* Fujitsu PRIMERGY server with installed ServerView SNMP Agent
* Any server with installed ServerView SNMP Agent
* Fujitsu PRIMERGY Multinode server (e.g. CX400)
* Fujitsu PRIMERGY Blade
* Fujitsu PRIMEQUEST
* Monitoring via iRMC
* Monitor RackCDU(TM)

- check_fujitsu_server_CIM.pl (CIM)
Monitor systems based on ServerView CIM Providers via wbemcli or OpenWSMAN.
For OpenWSMAN usage: This script calls another script :
fujitsu_server_wsman.pl (CIM)
* VMware ESXi systems based on ServerView CIM Providers
* LINUX systems based on ServerView CIM Providers
* Windows systems based on ServerView CIM Providers

- check_fujitsu_server_REST.pl (REST)
Monitor systems based on services in ServerView Agent or iRMC S4/S5 via curl.
* Fujitsu PRIMERGY server with installed ServerView Agent
* Any server with installed ServerView Agent
* Monitoring via iRMC S4/S5

MONITORED INFORMATION:
For SNMP, CIM and REST following information are available:
(On some systems not all component information is available)
- Environment (Fans, Liquid Pump and Temperature-Sensors)
- Power Supply and Power Consumption
- Systemboard parts like Voltage, CPU, MemoryModules

Following component information is system type dependent:
- DriverMonitor status
- RAID status
- Update Agent status

Via PRIMERGY ManagementBlade following sub-blades types can be monitored (only SNMP):
- Server Blades
- IO-Connection Blades (e.g the Switch variants)
- KeyVideoMouse Blades
- Storage Blades

Performance Data: The plugin supports performance values and their thresholds if
they are available.
- PRIMEQUEST MMB, PRIMERGY Blade MMB and PRIMERGY server
Temperature Sensor (value and threshold)
- PRIMEQUEST Power Consumption (value and max-value)
- PRIMERGY Blade MMB Power Consumption (value)
- PRIMERGY server Power Consumption (value and threshold)
- PRIMERGY server "Physical Memory Usage" - Special:
the thresholds can be set as simple percent options
- PRIMERGY server "File System" - Special:
the thresholds can be set as simple percent options
- PRIMERGY server "Network Interface" - Special:
the thresholds can be set as simple KB/sec values
(about details read the manual)

The former Netways Plugin check_fujitsu_primergy supports only some parts
of the SNMP Plugin and uses in-parts now historic SNMP Oids of
older ServerView SNMP Agents.

The output texts of the Plugins are strong formatted to
allow followup analysis.

In case of not-ok status of checks all necessary administrative information
is printed (into SERVICE_LONG_OUTPUT).

PRINTOUT EXAMPLES AS SHELL COMMANDS:
------------------------------------------------
OK-sample - check of host 10.n.n.n
$ check_fujitsu_server.pl -H10.n.n.n
OK - ID=YKKG000085 - Environment(ok) PowerSupply(ok) MassStorage(ok) Systemboard(ok)
| PowerConsumption=260Watt Ambient=28C;37;42 Systemboard=38C;60;65 CPU1=40C;95;100 CPU2=40C;95;100 DIMM-1A=32C;82;87 DIMM-1B=32C;82;87 DIMM-1C=35C;82;87 DIMM-1D=33C;82;87 DIMM-1E=33C;82;87 DIMM-1F=33C;82;87

------------------------------------------------
Sample of Status-not-ok - additional information printed in LONG output
$ check_fujitsu_server.pl -H10.n.n.nn
WARNING - ID=YKHJXXXXXX - Environment(ok) PowerSupply(ok) MassStorage(ok) Systemboard(degraded)
ID=YKHJXXXXXX Systemname=RX200S52 Description="Hardware: x86 Family 6 Model 26 Stepping 4 AT/AT COMPATIBLE - Software: Windows Version 6.0 (Build 6002 Multiprocessor Free)" Location="Augsburg / Halle 34" Contact="Mrs. XXX" AdminURL=http://10.172.130.11:80 Model="PRIMERGY RX200 S5"
warning: Voltage[1] Name=BATT_3.0V Current=2560mV Min=2010mV Max=3500mV
| PowerConsumption=132Watt;160 Ambient=24C;37;42 Systemboard=33C;60;65 CPU1=30C;85;90 CPU2=30C;85;90 DIMM-1A=32C;78;82 DIMM-1B=33C;78;82 DIMM-1D=30C;78;82 DIMM-1E=30C;78;82
------------------------------------------------
Verbose 2 run - get inventory information (with ... to reduce the text here)
$ check_fujitsu_server.pl -H10.n.n.n -v2
WARNING - ID=YKHJXXXXXX - Environment(ok) PowerSupply(ok) MassStorage(ok) Systemboard(degraded) Network(ok) DrvMonitor(ok)
ID=YKHJXXXXXX Systemname=RX200S52 Description="Hardware: x86 Family 6 Model 26 Stepping 4 AT/AT COMPATIBLE - Software: Windows Version 6.0 (Build 6002 Multiprocessor Free)" Location="Augsburg / Halle 34" Contact="Mrs. XXX" AdminURL=http://10.172.130.11:80 Model="PRIMERGY RX200 S5"
ok: PowerConsumption Current=132Watt Max=200Watt Warning=80%
* Fans:
ok: Fan[1] Name=FAN1_SYS Speed=6120rpm
ok: Fan[2] Name=FAN2_SYS Speed=6480rpm
...
* Temperature Sensors:
ok: Sensor[1] Name=Ambient Temperature=24C Warning=37C Critical=42C
ok: Sensor[2] Name=Systemboard Temperature=33C Warning=60C Critical=65C
...
* Power Supplies:
ok: PSU[1] Name=PSU1 CurrentLoad=140Watt Max=770Watt
* Voltages:
warning: Voltage[1] Name=BATT_3.0V Current=2560mV Min=2010mV Max=3500mV
ok: Voltage[2] Name=STBY_3.3V Current=3330mV Min=3090mV Max=3570mV
ok: Voltage[3] Name=iRMC_1.2V_STBY Current=1210mV Min=1080mV Max=1320mV
...
* CPU Table:
disabled: CPU[1] Name=CPU_1 Speed=1867MHz
ok: CPU[2] Name=CPU_2 Speed=1867MHz
* Memory Modules Table:
ok: Memory[1] Name=DIMM-1A Type="DDR3 / UDIMM" Capacity=1024MB Frequency=800MHz Frequency-Max=1066MHz
ok: Memory[3] Name=DIMM-1B Type="DDR3 / UDIMM" Capacity=1024MB Frequency=800MHz Frequency-Max=1066MHz
...

ok: RAID - Controller(ok) PhysicalDevice(ok) LogicalDrive(ok)
* RAID Controller:
ok: RAIDCtrl[1] Name="LSI RAID 0 1 SAS 8P (0)" Description="PCI Bus 2, Device 0, Function 0" Cache=0MB Interface=sas Driver=lsi_sas
* RAID Physical Device:
ok:online: PhysicalDevice[] Name="FUJITSU MHY2120BS (0)" ID=K40LT822568D SlotNr=0 Capacity=111GB Interface=sata Type=disk
ok:online: PhysicalDevice[] Name="FUJITSU MHY2120BS (1)" ID=K40LT822566N SlotNr=1 Capacity=111GB Interface=sata Type=disk
ok:online: PhysicalDevice[] Name="FUJITSU MHY2120BS (2)" ID=K40LT822566B SlotNr=2 Capacity=111GB Interface=sata Type=disk
* RAID Logical Drive:
online: LogicalDrive[1.1] Name="LogicalDrive_0 (0)" OSDeviceName="Disk 0" Level=raid1e TotalSize=332GB

| PowerConsumption=132Watt;160 Ambient=24C;37;42 Systemboard=33C;60;65 CPU1=30C;85;90 CPU2=30C;85;90 DIMM-1A=32C;78;82 DIMM-1B=33C;78;82 DIMM-1D=30C;78;82 DIMM-1E=30C;78;82

= = = = = = = = =
SHORT CHANGE LOG
V3.60 - Adaption to newer provider data, Adaption to newer curl versions
- Support of SSD Lifetime property for Storage (if available)
- rename "all" hostgroup to ALL-FUJITSU-SERVER-HOSTS to prevent warning.
- Support of the memory module configuration status
V3.50 - Support for iRMC S5 and iRMC S4 Version 9 Redfish interface
V3.40 - ESXi CIM support of ServerView CIM RAID
- iRMC CIM is no longer supported. Only identification checks are enabled
- SNMPv3 - handle "no such objects" and "no such instance" messages
V3.30 - New Support of REST services for monitoring.
Available REST services are (inband) ServerView Agents and component Server Control (SCCI)
and (out-of-band) ServerView iRMC Report.
- SNMP: Handle multiple cabinet units with own fans and temperature sensors
and PSUs
V3.20 - New inventory tool to get additional system informations - usable
for unscheduled calls - more about this see additional documents
- New support (SNMP) for RackCDU(TM) Monitoring
- New tools for ServerView Update Management (CIM)
- New tools to handle ServerView CIM indications
- Updated SNMP trap configurations
V3.10 - Discovery and import of ServerView Operation Manager server list
- Support ServerView System Monitor URL discovery
- Support Liquid Cooling Devices
- Enhance ServerView Update Status to fetch the update difference list
- Discovery: enable additional control options and more
- rearange sample configuration hostgroups and their configuration files
V3.00 - Support of monitoring via iRMC address instead of host address
- Additional discovery tool to discover hosts and generate NAGIOS
configuration files
- Perlv5.16 bugfix: concerning lines 'print "@_" if (defined @_);'

V2.10 - Support of Windows and LINUX CIM Provider information
- CIM tool to test connectivity and server type
- Better SNMPv3 support: Enable Input-Option-File to hide credentials
- Try SNMPv1 connection if SNMPv2 fails.
V2.00 - New SNMP Trap support
- Support of ServerView Update Agent Status
- New ESXi CIM support via executable wbemcli:
check_fujitsu_server_CIM.pl and corresponding sample configurations

V1.20
- Add Operating System Information in notify data
- Enable File System monitoring and performance check for PRIMERGY server
- Enable Network Interface monitoring and performance check for PRIMERGY server
- Support of PRIMEQUEST 2000 series
- Allow option for any SNMP Transport Domain Type
- Enable IPv6 SNMP connections (for Perl Net::SNMP V6 or higher)
V1.10
- Some smaller enhancements and changes for stability and unified printouts
- Enable variable SNMP port
- Support standalone monitoring for ServerView RAID
Reviews (3)
bymucwegatron, October 28, 2014
1 of 1 people found this review helpful
Fantastic work und respect. You need to make small change to work with Perl v5.18.
Line 327 was:
print "@_" if (defined @_);

Changed to:
print "@_" if @_;
bywillemdh, September 11, 2014
This plugin monitors everything you wish to monitor on Fujtisu Serverview Blades or Management Blades. We certainly like the chkpower of the chassis which enables us to closely monitor power usage of all components in the enclosure. Thanks!

Willem
bymikedebike, March 27, 2013
2 of 2 people found this review helpful
Thank you for the fantastic work! This plugin gives the best advantages for monitoring fujitsu servers.