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byxrated, January 4, 2014
check_zpools.sh
The script itself works, there was only an exception on FreeBSD where no which cmd is available in bash. I completely rewrote the script to add warning/critical with free space in G. Nagios Exit Parameters were not defined, added also some additional checks for arguments. When warn/crit was not specified it will just look if the pool is ONLINE.

http://pastebin.com/j6AvtKPk
Owner's reply

Hello, the "which" command does exist in FreeBSD, too. However you're right about the fixed thresholds, I should remove them.

byxrated, December 28, 2013
This will just use the general overall-health attribute in Smart but a disk with broken sectors is still reported as PASSED, so this is not a reliable method of early detecting as with Smart Attributes 5,196,197,198
byxrated, December 22, 2013
As disks with defective sectors are still reported as a healthy disk by Smart, i added checking the Smart IDs 5,196,197,198. An critical error will be reported if any > 0. I have not much clue about python but the patch is working:
http://pastebin.com/yB0w0Px9
byxrated, November 1, 2012
had problems with your script, so i modified it. Especially the register part was not working for me under 1.6.2 ($ character after {uri}).

Not sure why the user was cut off at 12 chars, removed that, because didnt work.

I included also checking delay because the trunk should not go under 100ms if you want to have a reliable jitter free phone connection.

http://pastebin.com/6XxU5k0w