[CentOS] Dell PERC H800 commandline RAID monitoring tools
Dr. Ed Morbius
dredmorbius at gmail.com
Mon Mar 7 21:09:05 UTC 2011
on 22:57 Mon 07 Mar, Eero Volotinen (eero.volotinen at iki.fi) wrote:
> 2011/3/7 Dr. Ed Morbius <dredmorbius at gmail.com>:
> > We're looking for tools to be used in monitoring the PERC H800 arrays on
> > a set of database servers running CentOS 5.5.
> > We've installed most of the OMSA (Dell monitoring) suite.
> > Our current alerting is happening through SNMP, though it's a bit hit or
> > miss (we apparently missed a couple of earlier predictive failure alerts
> > on one drive).
> > OMSA conflicts with mega-cli, though we may find that the latter is the
> > more useful package. Both are pretty byzantine, the Dell stuff simply
> > doesn't have docs (in particular: docs on how to interpret the omconfig
> > log output).
> > Ideally we'd like something which could be run as a Nagios plugin or
> > cron job providing information on RAID status and/or possible disk
> > errors. Probably both, actually.
> if your system supports omreport (comes with omsa) then this is good solution:
So ... this slots on top of OMSA to provide reporting?
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