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check_ipmi_sensor
=================

check_ipmi_sensor: Nagios/Icinga plugin to check IPMI sensors

Copyright (C) 2009-2016 Thomas-Krenn.AG,
additional contributors see changelog.txt

This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under
the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software
Foundation; either version 3 of the License, or (at your option) any later
version.
This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT
ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS
FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU General Public License for more
details.
You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License along with
this program; if not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.


Requirements:
-------------
o Nagios or Icinga
o FreeIPMI version 0.5.1 or newer
o Perl
o Perl IPC::Run


Installation hints:
-------------------
On Debian/Ubuntu use 'apt-get install libipc-run-perl' to install IPC::Run.
If you are running the plugin locally and not via network, the user 'nagios'
needs root privileges for calling:
o ipmimonitoring/ipmi-sensors/ipmi-sel/[ipmi-fru]
You can achieve that by adding a sudoers config (e.g. for ipmi-sensors)
o nagios ALL=(root) NOPASSWD: /usr/sbin/ipmi-sensors, /usr/sbin/ipmi-sel
Please check with '-vvv' which commands are run by the plugin!

Notes on ipmi-sel:
------------------
If you want to clear the ipmi system event log, pleas use:
o /usr/sbin/ipmi-sel -h $IP -u ADMIN -p $PW -l ADMIN --clear

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# check_ipmi_sensor - Nagios/Icinga plugin to check IPMI sensors [![License: GPL v3+](https://img.shields.io/badge/License-GPL%20v3%2B-blue.svg)](https://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl-3.0)

## Description
With this plugin the hardware status of a server can be monitored with Nagios, Icinga or Icinga 2. Specifically, fan speeds, temperatures, voltages, power consumption, power supply performance, etc. can be monitored.

## Requirements
* Nagios, Icinga or Icinga 2
* FreeIPMI version 0.5.1 or newer
* Perl
* Perl IPC::Run

## Installation hints
For detailed information, installation instructions and definition examples, please go to:

* [IPMI Sensor Monitoring Plugin](https://www.thomas-krenn.com/en/wiki/IPMI_Sensor_Monitoring_Plugin)

### Destination folder
Copy this plugin to the following folder:

/usr/lib/nagios/plugins/check_ipmi_sensor

### Debian/Ubuntu
Install missing lib:

apt-get install libipc-run-perl

### CentOS
Install missing lib:

yum install perl-IPC-Run freeipmi

### Additional
If you are running the plugin locally and not via network, the user 'nagios'
needs root privileges for calling:
* ipmimonitoring/ipmi-sensors/ipmi-sel/[ipmi-fru]/[ipmi-dcmi]

You can achieve that by adding a sudoers config (e.g. for ipmi-sensors)

nagios ALL=(root) NOPASSWD: /usr/sbin/ipmi-sensors, /usr/sbin/ipmi-sel, /usr/sbin/ipmi-fru, /usr/sbin/ipmi-dcmi

Please check with '-vvv' which commands are run by the plugin!

## Notes on ipmi-sel
If you want to clear the ipmi system event log, please use ipmi-sel.

### Remote machine
/usr/sbin/ipmi-sel -h $IP -u ADMIN -p $PW -l ADMIN --clear

### Local machine
/usr/sbin/ipmi-sel --clear

## License
Copyright (C) 2009-2019 [Thomas-Krenn.AG](https://www.thomas-krenn.com/en/index.html),
additional contributors see changelog.txt

This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under
the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software
Foundation; either version 3 of the License, or (at your option) any later
version.
This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT
ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS
FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU General Public License for more
details.
You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License along with
this program; if not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.

check_ipmi_sensor/changelog.txt → check_ipmi_sensor/changelog View File

@@ -2,6 +2,20 @@
Changelog for check_ipmi_sensor, a Nagios/Icinga plugin to check IPMI sensors
################################################################################

Version 3.13 20190123
* Option --unify-sensors to unify sensor names across platforms
(closes issue #8)
* Options --xx and -sx now support regular expressions (closes issue #25)
* Added --selonly option to check only System Event Log (closes issue #12)
* Added --seltail to limit SEL output to specified count of last messages
* Added ipmi-dcmi command to fetch current power (closes issue #26)
* Added spec file for creating a rpm file under RHEL (closes issue #24)
* Added check sensor event and reading for absent sensors
* Added installation hints for CentOS
* Bug fixes and minor improvements
* Updated help texts and usage information
* Updated copyright information

Version 3.12 20161005
* New Options added (closes issue #6)
Option -xT to exclude monitored sensor types

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check_ipmi_sensor/check_ipmi_sensor View File

@@ -1,7 +1,7 @@
#!/usr/bin/perl
# check_ipmi_sensor: Nagios/Icinga plugin to check IPMI sensors
#
# Copyright (C) 2009-2016 Thomas-Krenn.AG,
# Copyright (C) 2009-2019 Thomas-Krenn.AG,
# additional contributors see changelog.txt
#
# This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under
@@ -35,12 +35,12 @@ use Getopt::Long qw(:config no_ignore_case);
use IPC::Run qw( run ); #interact with processes
################################################################################
# set text variables
our $check_ipmi_sensor_version = "3.12";
our $check_ipmi_sensor_version = "3.13";

sub get_version{
return <<EOT;
check_ipmi_sensor version $check_ipmi_sensor_version
Copyright (C) 2009-2016 Thomas-Krenn.AG
Copyright (C) 2009-2019 Thomas-Krenn.AG
Current updates at https://github.com/thomas-krenn/check_ipmi_sensor_v3.git
EOT
}
@@ -50,10 +50,13 @@ sub get_usage{
Usage:
check_ipmi_sensor -H <hostname>
[-f <FreeIPMI config file> | -U <username> -P <password> -L <privilege level>]
[-O <FreeIPMI options>] [-b] [-T <sensor type(s)>] [-x <sensor id>]
[-xT <sensor type(s)>] [-xST <SEL sensor type(s)]
[-O <FreeIPMI options>] [-b] [-T <sensor type(s)>] [-ST <SEL sensor type(s)>]
[-x <sensor id>] [-xT <sensor type(s)>] [-xST <SEL sensor type(s)]
[-i <sensor id>] [-o zenoss] [-D <protocol LAN version>] [-h] [-V]
[-fc <num_fans>] [--fru] [--nosel] [--nothresholds] [--nosudo]
[-fc <num_fans>] [--fru] [--nosel] [--selonly] [--seltail <count>]
[-sx|--selexclude <sel exclude file>] [-xx|--sexclude <exclude file>]
[-us|--unify-sensors <unify file>] [--nosudo [--nothresholds]
[--noentityabsent] [-s <ipmi-sensor output file>] [-h] [-V]
[-v|-vv|-vvv]
EOT
}
@@ -96,8 +99,10 @@ sub get_help{
Examples for IPMI sensor types are 'Fan', 'Temperature', 'Voltage', ...
See the output of the FreeIPMI command 'ipmi-sensors -L' and chapter
'42.2 Sensor Type Codes and Data' of the IPMI 2.0 spec for a full list
of possible sensor types. The available types depend on your particular
server and the available sensors there.
of possible sensor types. You can also find the full list of possible
sensor types at https://www.thomas-krenn.com/en/wiki/IPMI_Sensor_Types
The available types depend on your particular server and the available
sensors there.
Multiple sensor types can be specified as a comma-separated list.
[-ST <SEL sensor type(s)>]
limit SEL entries to specific types, run 'ipmi-sel -L' for a list of
@@ -137,9 +142,10 @@ sub get_help{
version if not overwritten with this option. Use 'default' here if you
don't want to use LAN_2_0.
[-fc <num fans>]
number of fans that should be active. If the number of current active
fans reported by IPMI is smaller than <num fans> then a Warning state
is returned.
number of installed fans. If the number of current installed
fans reported by IPMI is not equal than <num fans> then a Warning state
is returned. Please use this option carefully as number of fans and
number of fan sensors can differ!
[--fru]
print the product serial number if it is available in the IPMI FRU data.
For this purpose the tool 'ipmi-fru' is used. E.g.:
@@ -148,6 +154,12 @@ sub get_help{
turn off system event log checking via ipmi-sel. If there are
unintentional entries in SEL, use 'ipmi-sel --clear' or the -sx or -xST
option.
[--selonly]
check only system event log checking via ipmi-sel. If there are
unintentional entries in SEL, use 'ipmi-sel --clear' or the -sx or -xST
option.
[--seltail <count>]
limit SEL output to specified count of last messages
[-sx|--selexclude <sel exclude file>]
use a sel exclude file to exclude entries from the system event log.
Specify name and type pipe delimitered in this file to exclude an entry,
@@ -155,10 +167,24 @@ sub get_help{
To get valid names and types use the -vvv option and take a look at:
debug output for sel (-vvv is set). Don't use name and type from the
web interface as sensor descriptions are not complete there.
As with the '-xx' option if the first character of a line is '~' the
name is treated as a regular expression.
[-xx|--sexclude <exclude file>]
use an exclude file to exclude sensors.
use an exclude file to exclude sensors, each line specifies an exclude.
Specify name and type pipe delimitered in this file to exclude a sensor,
for example: System Chassis Chassis Intru|Physical Security
If the first character of a line is '~' the name is treated as a regular
expression. E.g. to exclude all sensor names from CPU0 to CPU9:
~CPU[0-9] Temp|Temperature
To get valid names and types use the -vvv option.
[-us|--unify-sensors <unify file>]
use an unify file to unify sensor names. This is an easy way to rename
sensors with given patterns in the file. Once might use this option
to get the same sensor names accross different platforms, e.g. to only
have 'Mainboard Temperature' as sensor name and not 'MB1 Temperature' or 'System Temp'.
Rules in the file follow simple regex patterns e.g.:
^(MB1 Temperature|System Temp)\$/Mainboard Temperature
Temp\$/TEMP
[--nosudo]
turn off sudo usage on localhost or if ipmi host is ommited.
[--nothresholds]
@@ -189,10 +215,10 @@ Further information about this plugin can be found at
http://www.thomas-krenn.com/en/wiki/IPMI_Sensor_Monitoring_Plugin

Use the github repo at https://github.com/thomas-krenn/check_ipmi_sensor_v3.git
to submit patches, or suggest improvements.
to submit patches, suggest improvements or if you have questions regarding
use of this plugin.

Send email to the IPMI-plugin-user mailing list if you have questions regarding
use of this software. The mailing list is available at
Attention: the mailing list is no longer in use but an archive can be found at
http://lists.thomas-krenn.com/
EOT
}
@@ -364,6 +390,62 @@ sub parse_sel{
return \@sel_rows;
}

sub get_dcmi{
my @dcmicmd = @{(shift)};
my $verbosity = shift;
my $dcmi;
if(-e '/usr/sbin/ipmi-dcmi'){
$dcmi = '/usr/sbin/ipmi-dcmi';
}
else{
chomp($dcmi = `which ipmi-dcmi`);
}
#if sudo is used the command is the second element
if($dcmicmd[0] eq 'sudo'){
$dcmicmd[1] = $dcmi;
}
else{
$dcmicmd[0] = $dcmi;
}
push @dcmicmd, '--get-system-power-statistics';

my $dcmioutput;
my $returncode;
run \@dcmicmd, '>&', \$dcmioutput;
$returncode = $? >> 8;
if ( $returncode == 0 ){
return split('\n', $dcmioutput);
}
}

sub parse_dcmi{
my $dcmicmd = shift;
my $verbosity = shift;
my @dcmioutput = get_dcmi($dcmicmd, $verbosity);
if(@dcmioutput){
@dcmioutput = map { [ map { s/^\s*//; s/\s*$//; $_; } split(m/\:/, $_) ] } @dcmioutput;
my %current_power;
my $power_available = 0;
foreach my $power (@dcmioutput){
if(defined($power) && defined($power->[0]) && $power->[0] ne ''){
if($power->[0] eq 'Current Power'){
$power->[1] =~ m/^(\d+)/;
my $watts = $1;
$current_power{'Current Power'} = $watts;
}
if($power->[0] eq 'Power Measurement'){
if($power->[1] eq 'Active'){
$power_available = 1;
}
}
}
}
if($power_available == 1){
return \%current_power;
}
}
}

# Excludes a name and type pair if it is present in the given file, pipe
# delimitered.
# @return 1 if name should be skipped, 0 if not
@@ -382,15 +464,49 @@ sub exclude_with_file{
}
foreach my $exclude (@xlist){
my @curr_exclude = map { s/^\s*//; s/\s*$//; $_; } split(/\|/,$exclude);
if($curr_exclude[0] eq $name &&
$curr_exclude[1] eq $type){
$skip = 1;
if(@curr_exclude && $curr_exclude[0] ne '' && $curr_exclude[1] ne ''){
#if the first char of the name in the exclude file is a '~' treat it as regex
if(substr($curr_exclude[0], 0, 1 ) eq '~'){
my $regex_curr_exclude = substr $curr_exclude[0], 1;
if($name =~ m/$regex_curr_exclude/ && $curr_exclude[1] eq $type){
$skip = 1;
}
}
elsif($curr_exclude[0] eq $name && $curr_exclude[1] eq $type){
$skip = 1;
}
}
}
close FH;
return $skip;
}

# Reads regular expressions from a file and applies the rules to sensor names.
# This unifies sensor names across different platforms.
# @return The sensor name with specified unify rules applied
sub unify_with_file{
my $file_name = shift;
my $name = shift;# given sensor name
my @ulist;# list of rules to apply
if($file_name){
if(!(open (FH, "< $file_name"))){
print "-> Reading unify file $file_name failed with: $!.\n";
exit(3);
};
@ulist = <FH>;
}
foreach my $unify_rule (@ulist){
#split at the only / that is not masked with a \,
#this is the separator in s/x/y/g to get x and y
my @curr_rule = map { s/^\s*//; s/\s*$//; $_; } split(/(?<!\\)\//,$unify_rule);
if(@curr_rule && $curr_rule[0] ne '' && $curr_rule[1] ne ''){
$name =~ s/$curr_rule[0]/$curr_rule[1]/g;
}
}
close FH;
return $name;
}

#define entire hashes
our %hdrmap = (
'Record_ID' => 'id', # FreeIPMI ...,0.7.x
@@ -434,7 +550,7 @@ MAIN: {
my @exclude_sel_sensor_types;
my $sel_issues_present = 0;
my $simulate = '';
my ($use_fru, $no_sel, $no_sudo, $use_thresholds, $no_thresholds, $sel_xfile, $s_xfile, $no_entity_absent);
my ($use_fru, $no_sel, $sel_only, $sel_tail, $no_sudo, $use_thresholds, $no_thresholds, $sel_xfile, $s_xfile, $s_ufile, $no_entity_absent);

#read in command line arguments and init hash variables with the given values from argv
if ( !( GetOptions(
@@ -451,6 +567,8 @@ MAIN: {
'xST|exclude-sel-sensor-types=s' => \@exclude_sel_sensor_types,
'fru' => \$use_fru,
'nosel' => \$no_sel,
'selonly' => \$sel_only,
'seltail=s' => \$sel_tail,
'nosudo' => \$no_sudo,
'nothresholds' => \$no_thresholds,
'noentityabsent' => \$no_entity_absent,
@@ -460,6 +578,7 @@ MAIN: {
'x|exclude=s' => \@ipmi_xlist,
'sx|selexclude=s' => \$sel_xfile,
'xx|sexclude=s' => \$s_xfile,
'us|unify-sensors=s'=> \$s_ufile,
'i|include=s' => \@ipmi_ilist,
'o|outformat=s' => \$ipmi_outformat,
'fc|fancount=i' => \$fan_count,
@@ -575,6 +694,7 @@ MAIN: {
@frucmd = @basecmd
}
my @selcmd = @basecmd;
my @dcmicmd = @basecmd;

if(@ipmi_sensor_types){
# , is the seperator in the new string
@@ -629,12 +749,18 @@ MAIN: {
if($use_thresholds && !$no_thresholds){
push @getstatus, '--output-sensor-thresholds';
}
if(defined($sel_tail)){
push @selcmd, "--tail=$sel_tail";
}

################################################################################
#execute status command and redirect stdout and stderr to ipmioutput
my $ipmioutput;
my $returncode;
if(!$simulate){
if ($sel_only){
$returncode = 0;
}
elsif(!$simulate){
run \@getstatus, '>&', \$ipmioutput;
#the upper eight bits contain the error condition (exit code)
#see http://perldoc.perl.org/perlvar.html#Error-Variables
@@ -653,9 +779,11 @@ MAIN: {
if(!$no_sel){
$seloutput = parse_sel(\@selcmd, $verbosity, $sel_xfile, \@sel_sensor_types, \@exclude_sel_sensor_types);
}
my $dcmioutput;
$dcmioutput = parse_dcmi(\@dcmicmd, $verbosity);
################################################################################
# print debug output when verbosity is set to 3 (-vvv)
if ( $verbosity == 3 ){
if ( $verbosity == 3 && !$sel_only ){
my $ipmicommandversion;
run [$IPMICOMMAND, '-V'], '2>&1', '|', ['head', '-n', 1], '&>', \$ipmicommandversion;
#remove trailing newline with chomp
@@ -689,7 +817,7 @@ MAIN: {
if(defined($ipmioutput)){
@outputRows = split('\n', $ipmioutput);
}
if(!defined($ipmioutput) || scalar(@outputRows) == 1){
if(!$sel_only && (!defined($ipmioutput) || scalar(@outputRows) == 1)){
print "-> Your server seems to be powered off.";
print " (Execution of FreeIPMI returned an empty output or only 1 header row!)\n";
print "-> $IPMICOMMAND was executed with the following parameters:\n";
@@ -700,129 +828,147 @@ MAIN: {
if ( @ipmi_sensor_types ){
print "Sensor Type(s) ", join(', ', @ipmi_sensor_types), " Status: ";
}
elsif ($sel_only){
print "SEL Status: ";
}
else{
print "IPMI Status: ";
}
#split at newlines, fetch array with lines of output
my @ipmioutput = split('\n', $ipmioutput);

#remove sudo errors and warnings like they appear on dns resolving issues
@ipmioutput = map { /^sudo:/ ? () : $_ } @ipmioutput;

#remove leading and trailing whitespace characters, split at the pipe delimiter
@ipmioutput = map { [ map { s/^\s*//; s/\s*$//; $_; } split(m/\|/, $_) ] } @ipmioutput;

#shift out the header as it is the first line
my $header = shift @ipmioutput;
if(!defined($header)){
print "$ipmioutput\n";
print " FreeIPMI returned an empty header map (first line)";
if(@ipmi_sensor_types){
print " FreeIPMI could not find any sensors for the given sensor type (option '-T').\n";
}
exit(3);
}
my %header;
for(my $i = 0; $i < @$header; $i++)
{
#assigning %header with (key from hdrmap) => $i
#checking at which position in the header is which key
$header{$hdrmap{$header->[$i]}} = $i;
}
my @ipmioutput2;
foreach my $row ( @ipmioutput ){
my %row;
#fetch keys from header and assign existent values to row
#this maps the values from row(ipmioutput) to the header values
while ( my ($key, $index) = each %header ){
$row{$key} = $row->[$index];
}
if(!(exclude_with_file($s_xfile, $row{'name'}, $row{'type'}))){
push @ipmioutput2, \%row;
}
}
#create hash with sensor name an 1
my %ipmi_xlist = map { ($_, 1) } @ipmi_xlist;
#filter out the desired sensor values
@ipmioutput2 = grep(!exists $ipmi_xlist{$_->{'id'}}, @ipmioutput2);
#check for an include list
if(@ipmi_ilist){
my %ipmi_ilist = map { ($_, 1) } @ipmi_ilist;
#only include sensors from include list
@ipmioutput2 = grep(exists $ipmi_ilist{$_->{'id'}}, @ipmioutput2);
}
#start with main output
my $exit = 0;
my $w_sensors = '';#sensors with warnings
my $sel_w_sensors = '';#verbose output for sel entries with warnings
my $perf = '';#performance sensor
my $curr_fans = 0;
foreach my $row ( @ipmioutput2 ){
if( $zenoss ){
$row->{'name'} =~ s/ /_/g;
my @ipmioutput2;#filtered original ipmi output

#skip ipmi output, if only SEL queried
if (!$sel_only){
#split at newlines, fetch array with lines of output
my @ipmioutput = split('\n', $ipmioutput);

#remove sudo errors and warnings like they appear on dns resolving issues
@ipmioutput = map { /^sudo:/ ? () : $_ } @ipmioutput;

#remove leading and trailing whitespace characters, split at the pipe delimiter
@ipmioutput = map { [ map { s/^\s*//; s/\s*$//; $_; } split(m/\|/, $_) ] } @ipmioutput;

#shift out the header as it is the first line
my $header = shift @ipmioutput;
if(!defined($header)){
print "$ipmioutput\n";
print " FreeIPMI returned an empty header map (first line)";
if(@ipmi_sensor_types){
print " FreeIPMI could not find any sensors for the given sensor type (option '-T').\n";
}
exit(3);
}
my $check_sensor_state = 1;
if($no_entity_absent && ($row->{'event'} eq '\'Entity Absent\'')){
$check_sensor_state = 0;
my %header;
for(my $i = 0; $i < @$header; $i++)
{
#assigning %header with (key from hdrmap) => $i
#checking at which position in the header is which key
$header{$hdrmap{$header->[$i]}} = $i;
}
#check for warning sensors
if($check_sensor_state && ($row->{'state'} ne 'Nominal' && $row->{'state'} ne 'N/A')){
$exit = 1 if $exit < 1;
$exit = 2 if $exit < 2 && $row->{'state'} ne 'Warning';
#don't insert a , the first time
$w_sensors .= ", " unless $w_sensors eq '';
$w_sensors .= "$row->{'name'} = $row->{'state'}";
if( $verbosity ){
if( $row->{'reading'} ne 'N/A'){
$w_sensors .= " ($row->{'reading'})" ;
foreach my $row ( @ipmioutput ){
my %row;
#fetch keys from header and assign existent values to row
#this maps the values from row(ipmioutput) to the header values
while ( my ($key, $index) = each %header ){
#check if the option to unify sensor names is active
if($key eq 'name' && $s_ufile && $s_ufile ne ''){
$row{$key} = unify_with_file($s_ufile, $row->[$index]);
}
else{
$w_sensors .= " ($row->{'event'})";
$row{$key} = $row->[$index];
}
}
}
if($check_sensor_state && ($row->{'units'} ne 'N/A')){
my $val = $row->{'reading'};
my $perf_data;
my $perf_thresholds;
if($zenoss){
$perf_data = $row->{'name'}."=".$val;
if(!(exclude_with_file($s_xfile, $row{'name'}, $row{'type'}))){
push @ipmioutput2, \%row;
}
else{
$perf_data = "'".$row->{'name'}."'=".$val;
}
#create hash with sensor name an 1
my %ipmi_xlist = map { ($_, 1) } @ipmi_xlist;
#filter out the desired sensor values
@ipmioutput2 = grep(!exists $ipmi_xlist{$_->{'id'}}, @ipmioutput2);
#check for an include list
if(@ipmi_ilist){
my %ipmi_ilist = map { ($_, 1) } @ipmi_ilist;
#only include sensors from include list
@ipmioutput2 = grep(exists $ipmi_ilist{$_->{'id'}}, @ipmioutput2);
}
foreach my $row ( @ipmioutput2 ){
if( $zenoss ){
$row->{'name'} =~ s/ /_/g;
}
if($use_thresholds && !$no_thresholds){
if(($row->{'lowerNC'} ne 'N/A') && ($row->{'upperNC'} ne 'N/A')){
$perf_thresholds = $row->{'lowerNC'}.":".$row->{'upperNC'}.";";
}
elsif(($row->{'lowerNC'} ne 'N/A') && ($row->{'upperNC'} eq 'N/A')){
$perf_thresholds = $row->{'lowerNC'}.":;";
my $check_sensor_state = 1;
if($no_entity_absent){
if(exists $row->{'event'} && ($row->{'event'} =~ /\'.*((Device|Entity) (Absent|Removed)).*\'/)){
$check_sensor_state = 0;
}
elsif(($row->{'lowerNC'} eq 'N/A') && ($row->{'upperNC'} ne 'N/A')){
$perf_thresholds = "~:".$row->{'upperNC'}.";";
if(exists $row->{'reading'} && ($row->{'reading'} =~ /\'.*((Device|Entity) (Absent|Removed)).*\'/)){
$check_sensor_state = 0;
}
elsif(($row->{'lowerNC'} eq 'N/A') && ($row->{'upperNC'} eq 'N/A')){
$perf_thresholds = ";";
}
if(($row->{'lowerC'} ne 'N/A') && ($row->{'upperC'} ne 'N/A')){
$perf_thresholds .= $row->{'lowerC'}.":".$row->{'upperC'};
}
#check for warning sensors
if($check_sensor_state && ($row->{'state'} ne 'Nominal' && $row->{'state'} ne 'N/A')){
$exit = 1 if $exit < 1;
$exit = 2 if $exit < 2 && $row->{'state'} ne 'Warning';
#don't insert a , the first time
$w_sensors .= ", " unless $w_sensors eq '';
$w_sensors .= "$row->{'name'} = $row->{'state'}";
if( $verbosity ){
if( $row->{'reading'} ne 'N/A'){
$w_sensors .= " ($row->{'reading'})" ;
}
else{
$w_sensors .= " ($row->{'event'})";
}
}
elsif(($row->{'lowerC'} ne 'N/A') && ($row->{'upperC'} eq 'N/A')){
$perf_thresholds .= $row->{'lowerC'}.":";
}
if($check_sensor_state && ($row->{'units'} ne 'N/A')){
my $val = $row->{'reading'};
my $perf_data;
my $perf_thresholds;
if($zenoss){
$perf_data = $row->{'name'}."=".$val;
}
elsif(($row->{'lowerC'} eq 'N/A') && ($row->{'upperC'} ne 'N/A')){
$perf_thresholds .= "~:".$row->{'upperC'};
else{
$perf_data = "'".$row->{'name'}."'=".$val;
}
# Add thresholds to performance data
if(($row->{'lowerNC'} ne 'N/A') || ($row->{'upperNC'} ne 'N/A') ||
($row->{'lowerC'} ne 'N/A') || ($row->{'upperC'} ne 'N/A')){
$perf_data .= ";".$perf_thresholds;
if($use_thresholds && !$no_thresholds){
if(($row->{'lowerNC'} ne 'N/A') && ($row->{'upperNC'} ne 'N/A')){
$perf_thresholds = $row->{'lowerNC'}.":".$row->{'upperNC'}.";";
}
elsif(($row->{'lowerNC'} ne 'N/A') && ($row->{'upperNC'} eq 'N/A')){
$perf_thresholds = $row->{'lowerNC'}.":;";
}
elsif(($row->{'lowerNC'} eq 'N/A') && ($row->{'upperNC'} ne 'N/A')){
$perf_thresholds = "~:".$row->{'upperNC'}.";";
}
elsif(($row->{'lowerNC'} eq 'N/A') && ($row->{'upperNC'} eq 'N/A')){
$perf_thresholds = ";";
}
if(($row->{'lowerC'} ne 'N/A') && ($row->{'upperC'} ne 'N/A')){
$perf_thresholds .= $row->{'lowerC'}.":".$row->{'upperC'};
}
elsif(($row->{'lowerC'} ne 'N/A') && ($row->{'upperC'} eq 'N/A')){
$perf_thresholds .= $row->{'lowerC'}.":";
}
elsif(($row->{'lowerC'} eq 'N/A') && ($row->{'upperC'} ne 'N/A')){
$perf_thresholds .= "~:".$row->{'upperC'};
}
# Add thresholds to performance data
if(($row->{'lowerNC'} ne 'N/A') || ($row->{'upperNC'} ne 'N/A') ||
($row->{'lowerC'} ne 'N/A') || ($row->{'upperC'} ne 'N/A')){
$perf_data .= ";".$perf_thresholds;
}
}
$perf .= $perf_data." ";
}
if( $row->{'type'} eq 'Fan' && $row->{'reading'} ne 'N/A' ){
$curr_fans++;
}
$perf .= $perf_data." ";
}
if( $row->{'type'} eq 'Fan' && $row->{'reading'} ne 'N/A' ){
$curr_fans++;
}
}
foreach my $row (@{$seloutput}){
@@ -876,6 +1022,20 @@ MAIN: {
$serial_number = $1;
}
}
if(defined($dcmioutput) && $dcmioutput ne ''){
my $power_perf = '';
if(exists $dcmioutput->{'Current Power'}){
my $power_key = 'Current Power';
if($s_ufile && $s_ufile ne ''){
$power_key = unify_with_file($s_ufile, $power_key);
}
if( $zenoss ){
$power_key =~ s/ /_/g;
}
$power_perf = "\'$power_key\'=" . $dcmioutput->{'Current Power'};
}
$perf = $power_perf . ' ' . $perf;
}
$perf = substr($perf, 0, -1);#cut off the last chars
if ( $exit == 0 ){
print "OK";


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- 1
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@@ -1,5 +1,5 @@
Recommends: freeipmi-tools, libipc-run-perl
Version: 3.12
Version: 3.13
Uploaders: Bernd Zeimetz <bzed@debian.org>
Homepage: http://www.thomas-krenn.com/en/oss/ipmi-plugin.html
Description: IPMI Sensor Monitoring Plugin


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