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byKrupal, November 6, 2013
This plugin works very well. I had few troubles in the beginning so I contacted the owner/developer and he helped me a lot.

For the issue of working from command line and not working on GUI, I did following:
# go build go build check_cisco_ucs.go
The you will get the binary file check_cisco_ucs in the same folder.
After that move the binary file to the nagios libexec folder. (e.g. /usr/local/nagios/libexec)
Then change the owner and permissions on file check_cisco_ucs:
# chmod 755 check_cisco_ucs
# chown nagios.nagios check_cisco_ucs
Test the new binary at CLI with user nagios:
# su – nagios
$ cd /usr/local/nagios/libexec
$ ./check_cisco_ucs -H -t class -q equipmentPsu -a "id model operability" -e "operable" -u kmp -p password

Finally, I am able to monitor all switch ports and power supply units of cisco UCS 5108.

However, I would like to know what other commands I can use? I don't know where I can find CISCO UCS XML API Object class names or DN (distinguished name).

It would be good if I can monitor other components also but don't know what names these components/parts are called in XML API.