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Very simple script which checks volume status and fan speed (need cli32 provided from areca).
I started to search on internet about such tool but without success... so with my simple knowleage about shell programming and using cli32 (tool provided from areca) I created a simple plugin which checks the volume status of my volumeset #00 and also the RPMs of the fan.
This plugin can accept as parameters RPMs of the fan. It can also be started without parameters and then it will use warning when RPMs are below 2000 and critical when RPMs are below 1000.

WARNING!!!
cli32 should be located at /usr/bin
and should be owned by root.nagios with mode 750
AND !!!
chmod u+s /usr/bin/cli32
this is because only root can start cli32 properly (ordinary user will not receive output)

IF YOU THINK THIS IS DANGEROUS...DO NOT USE THIS PLUGIN

All are free to modify this script according their needs.


CLI location

ftp://ftp.areca.com.tw/RaidCards/AP_Drivers/Linux/CLI