check_equallogic: Bugfix in vol check and issue with firmware 7.0 (?)

Written by - 0 comments

Published on - Listed in Hardware Nagios Monitoring

When a volume is spread across several members of an Equallogic group, the check_equallogic plugin has a problem identifying the correct volume (as it is seen several times).

The newest version 20131122 fixes this bug.

Furthermore it seems that the firmware version 7.0 for Equallogic breaks the volume checks (vol and volumes). The SNMP OID which used to return the actual usage of volumes now returns a plain "1" as integer. Of course that breaks the calculation of usage. To be verified and followed...

Big thanks go to Cyril Epiney for informing me about the issues and the debugging.

Update November 25th 2013:
As it turns out, there was no issue with firmware 7.0. False alert!

Add a comment

Show form to leave a comment

Comments (newest first)

No comments yet.

RSS feed

Blog Tags:

  AWS   Android   Ansible   Apache   Apple   Atlassian   BSD   Backup   Bash   Bluecoat   CMS   Chef   Cloud   Coding   Consul   Containers   CouchDB   DB   DNS   Database   Databases   Docker   ELK   Elasticsearch   Filebeat   FreeBSD   Galera   Git   GlusterFS   Grafana   Graphics   HAProxy   HTML   Hacks   Hardware   Icinga   Influx   Internet   Java   KVM   Kibana   Kodi   Kubernetes   LVM   LXC   Linux   Logstash   Mac   Macintosh   Mail   MariaDB   Minio   MongoDB   Monitoring   Multimedia   MySQL   NFS   Nagios   Network   Nginx   OSSEC   OTRS   Office   PGSQL   PHP   Perl   Personal   PostgreSQL   Postgres   PowerDNS   Proxmox   Proxy   Python   Rancher   Rant   Redis   Roundcube   SSL   Samba   Seafile   Security   Shell   SmartOS   Solaris   Surveillance   Systemd   TLS   Tomcat   Ubuntu   Unix   VMWare   VMware   Varnish   Virtualization   Windows   Wireless   Wordpress   Wyse   ZFS   Zoneminder   

Update cookies preferences