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check-common-ups

this file: README.md
snmp checks for common UPS (currently APC or CyberPower) with performance data
auto detect UPS brand, and run snmp checks for icinga2. Should also work for nagios and icinga1
shows brand and model on icinga web page

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The 2 files should be place here:
/usr/share/icinga2/include/plugins-contrib.d/common_ups.conf
/usr/lib64/nagios/plugins/check_common_ups

With graphite, the default settings will result in 6 graphs per UPS, all on one page:

  • Temp - battery temperature
  • Line_Voltage - Input voltage to the UPS
  • Load - power load reported
  • RunTime - battery runtime in minutes
  • Diagnostic - days since last diagnostic
  • Calibration - days since last calibration
    The last 2, Diagnostic and Calibration days, can be disabled.

If you have a cyberpower 202 or 303 card or another card that does not support battery status checks, you need to disable the battery replace status check with ups_noreplaceck. These cards do not offer this OID.

You can also disble Diagnostic and Calibration tests, but I have found this causes some issues to be missed, like "wiring fault".

A sample config /etc/icinga2/conf.d/my-ups.conf:

object Host "my-ups" {
import "generic-host"
display_name = "my-ups"
address = "10.1.2.3"
vars.ups_address = "10.1.2.3"
vars.ups_community = "readonly"
groups = [ "mygroup","ups" ]
}

continued in /etc/icinga2/conf.d/groups.conf:

object HostGroup "ups" {
  display_name = "UPS"
}

object HostGroup "mygroup" {
  display_name = "This is me"
}

continued in /etc/icinga2/conf.d/services.conf:

apply Service "ups_stats" {
  import "generic-service"
  check_command = "check_common_ups"
  assign where "ups" in host.groups
}

A sample ups that changes a lot of the defaults:

object Host "sample-ups" {
import "generic-host"

display_name = "sample-ups"
address = "10.1.2.3"
vars.ups_address = "10.1.2.3"
vars.ups_community = "readonly"  
vars.ups_noreplaceck = "true"    /* disable battery replace status check cyber 202 & 303 cards */
vars.ups_degrees = "c"           /* celsius (default: fahrenheit) */
vars.ups_warntemp = "40"         /* warning when temp is above 40c (default: 45c or 113f)
                                    note: this is in celsius because ups_degrees is set to "c"
                                          if ups_degrees is f, enter degrees in fahrenheit */
vars.ups_crittemp = "45"         /* critical when temp is above 45c (default: 50c or 122f) */
vars.ups_onbattiscrit = "y"      /* critical when UPS is on battery (default: warning) */
vars.ups_inlow = "105"           /* warning when input voltage drops below 105 (default: 106)(see ups_voltcrit) */
vars.ups_inhigh = "130"          /* warning when input voltage is above 130 (default: 133)(see ups_voltcrit) */
vars.ups_voltcrit = "y"          /* above input voltage warnings will be critical instead of warning */
vars.ups_warnload = "50"         /* warning when load is above 50 (default: 70) */
vars.ups_critload = "75"         /* critical when load is above 75 (default: 80) */
vars.ups_warnrun = "15"          /* warning when runtime is below 15 minutes (default: 10) */
vars.ups_critrun = "10"          /* critical when runtime is below 10 minutes (default: 8) */
vars.ups_diagwarn = "8"          /* warning when days since last diagnostic test is > 8 (default: 15) */
vars.ups_diagcrit = "9"          /* critical when days since last diagnostic test is > 9 (defaut: 20) */
vars.ups_calibwarn = "180"       /* warning when days since last calibration > 180 (default: 365) */
vars.ups_calibcrit = "195"       /* critical when days since last calibration > 195 (default: 400) */
vars.ups_nodiagdata = "y"        /* disable diagnostic graph data */
vars.ups_nocalibdata = "y"       /* disable calibration graph data */

groups = [ "mygroup","ups" ]
}

Latest release

Release 2017-05-10

Release 2017-05-10

Files

Name Description Size Type Last Changed
common_ups.conf Release 2017-04-11 4.61 kB text/plain Download
check_common_ups Release 2017-05-10 19.96 kB text/x-shellscript Download

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wheelew
Very helpful check if you have APC or CyberPower UPS's.

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