So I'm back from my vacation and I have received a lot of e-mails from users of the Equallogic plugin for Nagios. As I previously wrote, there is a problem with checking an Equallogic which has several members - the check responses were not programmed to fetch several answers. I've as well asked Dell if that behavior is normal or if it is a bug and they assured me on a phone conversation that this is the "architecture of Equallogic" to give answers for all members. Luckily I don't even have to tear out even more hair off my head - I already got someone who fixed the plugin to support multiple members. Here I'd like to thank Mathias Sundman for his work adapting the plugin to support multiple devices and Scott Sawin who was the first one mentioning this problem and did a lot of tests for me. You will find the updated plugin in the IT Howto section.
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