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IBM Storwize V7000

Current Version
0.5
Last Release Date
2011-02-04
Compatible With
  • Nagios 3.x
Owner
License
LGPL
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FileDescription
check_ibm_v7000Nagios plug for V7000, written in Perl

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This plugin tests an IBM Storwize V7000.

The V7000 uses IBM's San Volume Controller (SVC) code as the base for its controllers, so this health check may work with SVC itself, but I can't test that.

For this script to work, you need to first setup an ssh key with no passphrase to access your V7000.

I recommend creating a nagios user specifically for this test.

In the V7000, create a user named "nagios". Put it in the "Monitor" User Group so it has limited access. Then, upload an ssh public key that doesn't have a passphrase.

You should test the ssh key to confirm it is working (and not prompting for a password) before trying to run this script.