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This perl script will monitor Datadomain High-Speed Inline Deduplication Storage Systems and provide "groundwork" like performance data.
This is a modified version of a script originaly used to monitor netapp appliance. This script will monitor a datadomain appliance for :

- Disk Usage
- Global Alerts

Typical Output :

ALERTS OK - No Alerts Found
DISKUSED OK - Index:73% /ddvar:8% Meta-data:32% Data:74%

It will also generate "groundwork" like performance data for disk usage.

Usage :
------- -H -v variable [-w warn_range] [-c crit_range]
[-C community] [-t timeout] [-p port-number]
-v DISKUSED - disk space used
-v ALERTS - print current alerts
Reviews (1)
bytransom324, February 13, 2018
I uploaded the plugin via the Nagios XI GUI. I get this error when I try to test from the command line.

-bash: ./ /usr/local/groundwork/bin/perl: bad interpreter: No such file or directory