plugin for checking SUN hardware via IPMI ILOM
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Especially, as stated below, it is strongly based on the work of Albert Chu The main reason to derive from his work is to add performance data output. And make the command line switches nagios plugin compliant.
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Author: Albert Chu
This script can be used to monitor IPMI sensors in nagios via FreeIPMI's ipmimonitoring utility. The Nominal, Warning, and Critical states of each sensor will be collected and counted. The overall IPMI sensor status will be mapped into a Nagios status of OK, Warning, or Critical. Details will then be output for Nagios to read.
-H - specify hostname(s) to remotely access (don't specify for inband) -M - specify an alternate ipmimonitoring location -m - specify additional ipmimonitoring arguments -v - print debug info -h - output help
IPMI_HOSTS - specify hostname(s) to remotely access (don't specify for inband)
IPMIMONITORING_PATH - specify an alternate ipmimonitoring location
IPMIMONITORING_ARGS - specify additional ipmimonitoring arguments
Specify the remote hosts you wish to access IPMI information from
-H option or
IPMI_HOSTS environment variable. If you wish
only to monitor the local node, do not specify an ipmi host. The
input to the
-h option is passed directly to ipmimonitoring. So you
may specify anything the ipmimonitoring tool accepts including
hostranged (i.e. foo[0-127]) or comma separated
(i.e. foo0,foo1,foo2,foo3) inputs. If you wish to monitor both
remote and local system, remember to specify one of the hosts as
"localhost". Most will probably want to monitor just one host (get
the IPMI status for each individual machine being monitored),
however more than one host can be analyzed for a collective result.
If stored in a non-default location the
-M option or
IPMIMONITORING_PATH environment variable must be specified to
determine the ipmimonitoring location.
In order to specify non-defaults for ipmimonitoring use the -m
IPMIMONITORING_ARGS environment variable. Typically,
this option is necessary for non-default communication information
or authentication information (i.e. driver path, driver type,
username, password, etc.). Non-default communication information
can also be stored in the FreeIPMI configuration file. This is the
suggested method because passwords and other sensitive information
could show up in ps(1). If you wish to limit the sensors being
monitored, you can also specify which record-ids are to be monitored
The default session timeout length in ipmimonitoring is 20 seconds. We would recommend that IPMI not be monitored more frequently than that.
Nagios Exit Codes
0 = OK 1 = WARNING 2 = CRITICAL 3 = UNKNOWN