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check_esxcli_hparray

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  • Nagios 3.x
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A Nagios plugin that checks HP Proliant hardware raid via the VMWare ESXCLI tool on ESXi servers with the HP Util Blunde installed (hpacucli namespace enabled).

This is based on the check_hparray plugin but with the checking order corrected in order to avoid false positives.
Reviews (1)
byhombre, May 26, 2015
VMware-vSphere-Perl-SDK must be installed at first on the Nagios system and
hp-HPutil package must be installed on the target esxi host, for example for esxi5.5: hp-HPUtil-esxi5.5-bundle-1.6-25.zip. And with this patch it will use the up-to-date command line utility and the message about a failed massive will be much more informative:


--- check_esxcli_hparray.sh 2015-02-10 16:35:14.000000000 +0300
+++ check_esxcli_hparray_new.sh 2015-02-16 13:17:53.667530088 +0300
@@ -102,12 +102,12 @@
echo "RAID OK - ($msg_ok)"
exit $exit_status
elif [ $exit_status -eq "1" ]; then
- msg_warning=`echo $check|grep -i rebuild`
+ msg_warning=`echo $check|grep -i rebuild|sed 's/.*Smart \(.*\)$/Smart \1/g'`
echo "RAID WARNING - ($msg_warning)"
exit $exit_status
elif [ $exit_status -eq "2" ]; then
- msg_critical1=`echo $check|grep -i failed`
- msg_critical2=`echo $check|grep -i recovery`
+ msg_critical1=`echo $check|grep -i failed|sed 's/.*Smart \(.*\)$/Smart \1/g'`
+ msg_critical2=`echo $check|grep -i recovery|sed 's/.*Smart \(.*\)$/Smart \1/g'`
echo "RAID CRITICAL - ($msg_critical1 $msg_critical2)"
exit $exit_status
fi
@@ -128,7 +128,7 @@
exit 0
;;
-h)
- check=`$ESXCLI -s $2 -u $4 -p $6 hpacucli cmd -q "controller slot=$8 ld all show"`
+ check=`$ESXCLI -s $2 -u $4 -p $6 hpssacli cmd -q "controller slot=$8 ld all show"`
check_raid
;;
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