In the last few days I've gotten some e-mails from other sysadmins who are using the check_equallogic Nagios plugin. They informed me, that some checks don't work when there is more than one member in a group. After some checks, it looks like an Equallogic device responds for ALL other members as well, even if you check the eth0-address directly. I contacted the Dell support to get some further information about that, if this is supposed to happen. Seems strange to me (as well as to the other admins) but let's wait for the official answer from Dell.
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