Lost check type 'temp' added again to check_equallogic

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Did you ever have the feeling, that you remember you did something but you don't remember what happened afterwards? Like Arnold Schwarzenegger in "The 6th Day" where he wakes up in the cab ... as the clone. Am I a clone?

Of course I'm not (I checked my eyes). But I have to admit that I don't remember what happened to the old check type 'temp' to check the Equallogic's temperature sensors. I must have deleted them somehow or I continued on a parallel version of the plugin while I forgot the temp type - and then overcommited the parallel version.Anyway, thanks to Peter Wirdemo the lost type was found again and was now added back to the plugin. Now I just would like to have my memory back as well...


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