[Nagiosplug-help] SNMP checks for Compaq mibs
ohoyer at ohoyer.de
Sat Jun 26 11:40:04 CEST 2004
On Fri, 25 Jun 2004, Mike Feetham wrote:
> I am trying to monitor disk space on some Compaq/HP servers, running various
> Windows platforms. Since they already have the Compaq Insight SNMP services
> running on them, our corporate policy forbids us from installing any other
> SNMP agents, or MIB updates (like snmp4tpc).
> I have created commands using the check_snmp plugin, aiming them at the OIDs
> from the Compaq mibs.
> >From what I can find, the Compaq mibs will only show total drive size and
> space used. What we really need is space free, not space used. Other than
> writing a script to subtract used space from total space, does anyone have a
> cleaner solution for getting what we want?
> Is there an OID I'm missing in the Compaq mibs that has this info?
I have some Proliant with iLO boards here, and they are working quite
I use place used up for my calculation, so that 20% free space is 80%
used space, so I write:
service_description Disk L:
well, you get the idea... warning, when 20% free, critical, when 5%
> I know there are dozens of different ways to get the same results, but what
> would other Nagios users suggest is the most efficient and secure way of
> getting this SNMP info?
Use the iLO-boards, when available, and put them in a separate VLAN,
which is dedicated only for management and monitoring purposes.
I am using SNMPv2 without fear, because the iLO-boards and the nagios
station are in a VLAN with private IP, which is not accessible from
(You also should spend a thought of configuring a firewall whether on
the machine, or elsewhere, that is blocking Port 161 on all interfaces
which are not used. Second best way is a dedicated management Ethernet
interface in that box..
Olaf Hoyer ohoyer at gaff.hhhr.ision.net
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