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check_vmfs_https.sh - Check vmfs datastores through https

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2013-11-26
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check_vmfs_https.shcheck_vmfs_https.sh
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This Nagios Plugin gets the size (Kb, Mb, Gb) of the vmfs volumes (datastores) of a VMWare Server Esxi 4, using https.
Based on check_vmfs.sh - Check vmfs datastores.
But don't need VCLI install just use wget!

Warning and critical levels can be set, and plugin gives us perfdata output too, so it can be graphed with graphical tools as pnp4nagios, besides the usual Nagios states (OK, WARNING and CRITICAL).
In commands.cfg you can add, by example:

define command{
command_name check_vmfs
command_line $USER1$/check_vmfs.sh -V $ARG1$ -w $ARG2$ -c $ARG3$ -u $ARG4$
}

And in services.cfg by example:
define service{
use generic-service
host_name svrvirtual
service_description Espacio Sauron
check_command check_vmfs!/vmfs/volumes/Sauron!80!90!Gb
}


./check_vmfs_https.sh -C vmware_esxi_conf.txt -S server -V datastore1 -w 10 -c 20 -u Gb
CRITICAL - datastore1 - total: 460.75 Gb - used: 229.70 Gb (49%)- free: 231.04 Gb (51%) | datastore1=229.70Gb;46.07;92.15;;460.75