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check_vnxe

Rating
2 votes
Favoured:
0
Current Version
1
Last Release Date
2013-10-07
Compatible With
  • Nagios 3.x
License
Apache
Hits
35627
Files:
FileDescription
check_vnxe.shThe main plugin
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check_vnxe
This plugin allows you to check all components of an EMC VNXe storage system. Requires Unisphere CLI for Linux.
This plugin checks EMC VNXe storage system and returns pass/fail result for the components checked. The following components can be checked:

ssd
ps
iomodule
dae
lcc
sp
dpe
disk
mm
ccard
bat
general

Please note that this plugin requires that Unisphere CLI is installed on the Nagios server. The verification level for uemcli should be set to low or plugin may fail. Use the setlevel.sh script provided with Unisphere CLI to do this.

Additionally, this plugin seems to need to be executed with sudo when Nagios performs the check. The safest way to do this is to add a line that looks like this in your sudoers file-

nagios ALL=(ALL) NOPASSWD:/usr/local/nagios/libexec/check_vnxe.sh

You will also then need to define the command with sudo in your Nagios config file. Command should look something like this-

sudo /usr/local/nagios/libexec/check_vnxe.sh $ARG1$ $ARG2$ $ARG3$ $ARG4$

The reason for this is that Unisphere CLI returns error when executed under Nagios 3.x without sudo. It's possible this will be fixed in future releases of Unisphere CLI, or future versions of Nagios.

Please send any comments/feedback to charles@beachcamera.com. Hopefully this plugin will be of use to someone.
Reviews (2)
byBret, November 19, 2018
Hi
Works fine for me !
It you have a probleme with nagios exec but manual exec is Ok, be sure you allow nagios to execute the script as root into sudoers, for me :
nagios ALL= NOPASSWD:/srv/eyesofnetwork/nagios/plugins/check_vnxe.sh
(and execute the script with "sudo" on nagios, it should be OK... :)
byrobertw, August 15, 2016
1 of 1 people found this review helpful
manual check works fine
./check_vnxe.sh 192.168.xxx.xx admin ***** mm
OK - no faults detected

But Nagios GUI shows output NULL

any ideas ?