This book contains many real life examples derived from the author’s experience as a Linux system and network administrator, trainer and consultant. You can ask you question to Nagios Forum http: There is also a megasasctl tool to get RAID status available from the megactl package on Sourceforge. With all the various distributions, it is difficult to come up with a set of bulletproof universal instructions for making such a switch, so we recommend that you simply continue to use cciss in such instances. If the name changes between kernel versions, remember to include information in the detailed information section. Later, after checking this one out a bit more, I’ll edit this to reflect what I find. Here’s the man page.

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Hi All, I reply to myself as it may help someone You can use these if you have a supported distribution running a supported kernel. In this case, it is just a text file, documentation, meant for human consumption.

Debian-Installer Is the hardware supported by the Debian-Installer? There are newer versions.

HP/Compaq SmartArray series

Download all attachments as: Linux kernel drivers 2. Worked “out of the box” on CentOS 5. However I don’t have such hardware to give a try, so you ccies refer to the manpage if you need this feature. The binary RPMs created by the source RPMs here do not do these things, they only build the driver module and initrd image. The package for our repository comes with integration that periodically run the script through an compzq.


Debian package is greatly simplified. I’m sorry I’m new at linux and nagios so this is probably a dumb question.

Nagios, the Nagios logo, and Ccisw graphics are the servicemarks, trademarks, or registered trademarks owned by Nagios Enterprises. Latest version seems to be provided as afaapps Share your knowledge at the LQ Wiki. I’ve added -p to my command but still getting the same result like -v without the status of physical disks.

CONFIG_BLK_CPQ_CISS_DA: Compaq Smart Array 5xxx support

OS distros with warnings. The -p switch seems to not work.

There is a precompiled command line tool ipssend available from the vendor CD and IBM’s dumplog archive. Copaq these instances you may wish to try the source RPMs or tarballs provided here. HP supports Linux and provide an opensource kernel driver which compaa been part of Linux for ages. Fixed a bug found by the L1 test suite. Fixed issue where controllers that had no configured volumes did not show up in the OS. Works great locally, but gives an error when called through NRPE: We have a few DL g5’s with the raid controller in slot 11, and this check command doesn’t work, it doesn’t look for more then one character in your grep statement.


All you need to know is either you want verbose and physical output or not. Download in other formats: I can’t tell if the one causing problems was “hardware damaged” as the new one has a higher firmware revision 2.

SmartArray – HWraid

In fact, fciss could extract the source tarballs from the source RPMs by using rpm2cpio. This feature has been removed, as any Smart Arrays not known to cciss are now presumed to be claimed by the hpsa driver. Archttp is statically linked so it will run in virtually all circumstances.

Also, afacli requires libraries that are no longer available in Debian distributions. If not, is the source for some command line tool available which can report this status?

Can someone point me in a direction as to how to use this plugin to check a server that is being monitor by my nagios server?