Your patch kills the functionality to report “preferred path” errors as warnings. Nagios Enterprises makes no claims or warranties as to the fitness of any file or information on this website, for any purpose whatsoever. Controller A Service action removal allowed: When i remove a power cord, it’s show me the following output: DS Unreadable sectors detected: In fact, we officially disclaim all liability. The following failures have been found:
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Unreadable sector s detected Storage Subsystem: Besides the client supports systems with more then one enclosure, so the level of detail of the message is useful in many cases. Unknown response from SMcli: Thank you for writing the plugin.
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I didn’t want to provide the password in the script, but rather as parameter on the command line. I am just using the output that comes from the DS Storage Manager client. mwnager
The following failures have been found: OK However when I try to run it in Nagios 4. Parsing all the possible messages to “translate” them would be a incredible amount of work. No Script execution complete.
Power supply 0 It would be clearer with: Works brilliantly under the command prompt returning: Hello, I realized that if SMcli outputs the following message “The following failures have been found: Hi there, thanks for providing this script.
XXX Component reporting problem: Here a sample output: In fact, we officially disclaim all liability. Thanks for the input! Here’s my modification to the script: Nagios Enterprises makes no claims or warranties as to the fitness of any file or information on this website, for any purpose whatsoever. I missed a wildcard entry in the nested “case”-statement. Search Exchange Advanced Search.
Maybe you can considerate this for the next version of the check. Controller in Slot A: Your patch kills the functionality to report “preferred path” errors as warnings. Nominal temperature exceeded Location: Controller A Service action removal allowed: Nominal Temperature Exceeded Storage Subsystem: We do, however, think these community contributions are pretty damn cool.
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