New (and final) version of check_equallogic released

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Today I release a new and the final version of check_equallogic.
The newest option is the "vol" check type, which allows to check a single volume (instead of using all volumes at the same time by using "volumes").
An example of the new check looks like this:

# ./check_equallogic -H -C public -t vol -v V1
OK - Volume V1 used 0GB of 2000GB (0%)|'volavail'=2147483648000,'volused'=0

A new option (-v) has now been added, to be able to define the volume one wants to check. As you can see from the output, perfdatas are already integrated.

Now why is this the final version? Because of two reasons:
- By adding the single volume check, the most important checks can now be done on each Equallogic worldwide. In my opinion these are disk, diskusage, raid, vol, volumes.
- This is my last week at my current employer (after more than 2 and a half years) and as far as I know, my new employer won't be using Equallogic. Therefore I won't be able to test new functions or launch snmp requests on an Equallogic.

Of course I will continue to maintain the plugin, e.g. for bugfixes, speed improvements, etc. As always, I'm open for feedback and suggestions and as I always did or tried to do, I'll answer all questions.

Thanks to all users for the contributions, feedback and of course for using the plugin!

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