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Reviews(10)
byalfred, November 24, 2011
just works :-)

exchange 2010 SP1
byalfred, August 4, 2011
hoi,
the plugin works good for me on HP and cisco switches. i made a small fix for links that are unused (traffic lower than 1kbit/s) to avoid an uninitialized $prefix_x error.

after line 349:

if ( $x
byalfred, July 13, 2011
1 of 1 people found this review helpful
i tested it with a 2960s stack and it seems to work perfectly
byalfred, July 13, 2011
great plugin, i use it for DL380G7 and DL180G6 with ubuntu 10.04 x64

thank you for that plugin!
byalfred, June 26, 2011
hello,
thanks for that plugin.

i raised the warninglevels on weekends


my $weekday=`date +\%u`;
if ($weekday == 7 || $weekday == 1) {
$warningAge=72;
$criticalAge=96;
}
byalfred, April 6, 2011
thanks for the plugin, works perfect on ubuntu 10.04 x64 with HP DL380G7

in line 102 i added a "sudo"
my $hpasmcli = "sudo hpasmcli -s 'show iml'|";

and in ubuntu the hpasmcli is in /sbin instead of /usr/sbin

nagios ALL=NOPASSWD: /sbin/hpasmcli


thanks
alfred
hello,
nice plugin. my backup runs at night an finishes before midnight so i changed the date:

my $date = strftime("%d-%b-%Y", localtime(time-86400));

regards
alfred
byalfred, December 30, 2010
hi,
tested on cisco catalyst 2960s (stacked) and it works perfectly

./check_cisco_temp.pl -s XXXXXX -C public -w 40 -c 50
OK: SW#2, Sensor#1, GREEN : 36 Grad C normal! SW#1, Sensor#1, GREEN : 36 Grad C normal!
byalfred, September 14, 2010
1 of 1 people found this review helpful
hello,
works perfect on dell r310 with H700a

lspci:
05:00.0 RAID bus controller: LSI Logic / Symbios Logic LSI MegaSAS 9260 (rev 04)

thank you
alfred
byalfred, September 13, 2010
1 of 1 people found this review helpful
hi,
works on x3250 M3 for me - could only test "health" with putting out an HDD.

temperatures etc are alle shown correctly

thank you very much
alfred