The v1.2.0 release of our Check NetApp-REST product contains a new monitoring plugin called check_netapp_volume usage. It provides the monitoring of:
the used space of each volume (in Bytes) the total used space of several volumes the average used space of several volumes the min/max of used space of several volumes A typical output would look like:
$ check_netapp_volume usage -H filer -w 30GiB -c 50GiB NETAPP VOLUME USAGE OK - 5 volumes checked vserv_b.
The v1.1.0 release of our Check E-Series product brings also a new monitoring plugin called check_eseries_nic. This provides monitoring of:
the link-status (up/down) the current-speed (1Gib/s, 10GiB/s, …) setup-error (true/false) A typical output would for the link-status check look like:
$ ./check_eseries_nic link-status -H 10.1.1.11 --system-id=1 NETAPP ESERIES NIC CRITICAL - 4 nics checked, 3 CRITICAL wan1.280107001000000000000: down (CRITICAL), slot 1, label P2 wan0.280007001000000000000: up, slot 0, label P1.