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Nagios IPMI Plugin Download


This is an enhanced version of Chris Wilson's check_ipmi script. With this script one can also monitor remote machines using the ipmi password from a file (as it is not safe to use the password on command line). This script also caches the SDF data to work faster. You will need ipmitool package. Just read the usage instructions inside the file for further information.

# v0.0.2    - Evren Yurtesen <yurtesen [at] ispro [dot] net> 2007-06-11
#               Added remote connectivity:
#               check_ipmi.pl HOST_IP USER PASSFILE
# v0.0.3    - Evren Yurtesen <yurtesen [at] ispro [dot] net> 2007-06-12
#                Added sdr caching
# v0.0.4    - Evren Yurtesen <yurtesen [at] ispro [dot] net> 2009-06-12
#                Added some extra error checks (Thanks to Richard Hobbs
#                richard.hobbs [at] crl.toshiba [dot] co [dot] uk for reporting
#                these issues). People using the script should upgrade to v0.0.4
#                since in case of some problems old versions might return OK()

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Submitted On:
15 Jun 2009
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Total Votes:0
Rod Repp 2009-12-15 19:51:18 This script would have fit my needs perfectly, but on a PowerEdge R710 where the memory isn't fully populated, I get the following result which results in a critical status: Temp | 0Ch | ucr | 8.1 | 49 degrees C I'm just trying to think of the best way to work around this (hardware blacklists based on hostname, host type, etc?)
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