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check_megaraid_sas v2

Rating
5 votes
Favoured:
1
Current Version
1.0.7
Last Release Date
2015-05-20
Compatible With
  • Nagios 2.x
  • Nagios 3.x
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Check a megaraid array's logical disks, physical disks, and batteries/BBUs. Uses MegaCli. This is a fork of check_megaraid_sas.
Check a megaraid array's logical disks, physical disks, and batteries/BBUs. Uses MegaCli.

This is a fork of check_megaraid_sas, which seems to be unmaintained. Incorporates some fixes and patches on the check_megaraid_sas page. Adds some new options features, and fixes, such as checking cache policy (-c), ignoring consistency checks (--consistency_check_is_ok), ignoring missing MegaCli (--missing_is_ok), ignoring lack of a battery (--no_battery_is_ok), and sudo (--sudo).
Reviews (4)
How do you apply "b.laessig" fix? Or can someone send me the fix to richard.maison@outlook.com?
byb.laessig, May 25, 2016
1 of 1 people found this review helpful
When having Logical Drive 0,1,3 instead of 0,1,2 the plugin throws perl errors. This patch fixes this:

diff --git a/check_megaraid_sas b/check_megaraid_sas
index b9c2a32..b2bc32b 100644
--- a/check_megaraid_sas
+++ b/check_megaraid_sas
@@ -219,8 +219,20 @@ ADAPTER: for ( my $adp = 0; $adp while () {
+ if ( m/^Virtual Drive:.\d..Target Id: (\d+)./i ) {
+ push(@ldlist, $1);
+ }
+ }
+ close LDGETLIST;
+

- LDISK: for ( my $ld = 0; $ld apostopt |")
|| exitreport('UNKNOWN', "error: Could not execute $megacli -LdInfo -L$ld -a$adp $megapostopt ");
--
2.1.4
byiqtc, January 13, 2016
1 of 1 people found this review helpful
Tested and works correctly. Thanks!

Just one thing for people testing it, if it appears the following message in your nagios:
OK: Drives:0

Just check two things:
1. In /etc/sudoers you have this line:
nagios ALL=NOPASSWD:/usr/sbin/megacli

2. You are executing this script with the --sudo option.
Your nrpe config file ( /usr/local/nagios/libexec/nrpe.c ) should has something like:
command[check_megaraid_sas]=/usr/local/nagios/libexec/check_megaraid_sas --sudo
I've been using the check_megaraid_sas plugin for years, and just recently started using this much improved version. However, along with being able to ignore charging status, it would also be nice to be able to ignore BBU "Learning" as well. I hacked this into my own copy, but didn't think it merited a separate version on the exchange. I can PM it to you if you'd like to incorporate the change into this supported version.