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    Monitor HP StorageWorks 4/16 SAN switch trough check_nwc_health

    Hello.
    This one isn't in your system yet

    HP StorageWorks 4/16 SAN switch - that's what's written on the switch.

    I am attaching nmap and snmpwalk files.
    This switch is (in our system) part of HP EVA 4000.

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    Re: Monitor HP StorageWorks 4/16 SAN switch trough check_nwc_health

    https://github.com/lausser/check_nwc_health
    I await your pull request

    Gerhard

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    Re: Monitor HP StorageWorks 4/16 SAN switch trough check_nwc_health

    Hm, still it doesn't recognize the device.
    Code:
    /usr/lib/nagios/plugins# ./check_nwc_health --hostname 172.20.1.243 --timeout 60 --community "public" --mode interface-status
    CRITICAL - unknown device(Fibre Channel Switch.), wrong device
    Is it ok if I install via shinken ./install script?
    Code:
    ./install -p check_nwc_health
    That's what I did for Allied Telesyn swithc, from previus post.
    I checked and it seems that it is different version, because filesize is different..
    If there is another correct way of using github, please explain, as I haven't used it before.
    Thanks

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    Re: Monitor HP StorageWorks 4/16 SAN switch trough check_nwc_health

    BTW, check_nwc_health was never intended to check SAN switches. It's goal was
    - one plugin for interfaces/cpu/memory/environment instead of a bunch of plugins
    - support for Cisco switches in the first place
    - support for more products _over time_
    Today it can monitor interface usage, cpu and memory usage and hardware health for IOS, Netscreen,
    interface usage, cpu and memory usage for Cisco NX-OS,
    Interface usage for Nortel and Allied Telesyn.
    That's it.

    Gerhard

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    Re: Monitor HP StorageWorks 4/16 SAN switch trough check_nwc_health

    Yes, sorry.
    Haven't thougt about that.
    I have found another plugin, that does exactly that ;D

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