[Nagiosplug-help] plugin 'check_disk' fails on Solaris 10 with 16 TiB volume (with research)

Thomas Guyot-Sionnest dermoth at aei.ca
Mon Jan 14 14:49:35 CET 2008

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On 07/01/08 05:28 PM, Dennis Jenkins wrote:
> (Originally posted to "Nagios-Users" this morning.  Reposted without change after another posted indicated that this is a more appropriate group):
> Hello,
>     This is my first post to this list.  I was unable to find any 
> previous mention of an issue like this, nor was I able to find a better 
> place to submit this (bug report?) to.  I'm not a Solaris expert (I am 
> pretty good with Linux and BSD though - including writing low-level 
> system code).  It is entirely possible that I'm off my rocker and that I 
> somehow and at fault.. but I doubt it  :) 
>     The server in question is a Sun x4600 ("thumper").  It is a 64 bit 
> AMD server running Solaris 10 (SunOS 5.10) [1].  The system has a few 
> small volumes and one HUGE 16TiB volume (in a zpool).  This ZFS volume 
> is exported as several volumes over NFS.
>     Nagios was installed following the instructions on terdmonk's web 
> site [2].  Nagios itself runs on a remote Gentoo Linux box.  I use nrpe 
> on the Solaris box to execute the plugins.  I have ruled out nrpe as the 
> source of the problem.  I think that the problem is in the plugin's 
> (check_disk) call to "statvfs".

Hi again,

The attached patch seems to be the appropriate way of fixing this.


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