SYMON FÜR EMC ISILON

SYMON Monitoring Plugin für EMC Isilon überwacht den Status eines kompletten Isilon Clusters. Es wird der Hardwarestatus der verschiedenen Komponenten der einzelnen Knoten überprüft. Auch die Auslastung der Knoten wird überwacht, wodurch bei einseitiger Belastung gegebenenfalls alarmiert wird. Das Plugin verbindet sich über REST (https) auf das System und benötigt somit keine speziellen Tools oder zusätzlichen Ports.
Check Beschreibung
Collector Isilon Monitor: Main data collector check.
UNRESOLVED EVENTS: Checks the Isilon for unresolved Events.
STORAGEPOOLS: Checks for Percent Pool usage.
CONNECTION STATISTICS CIFS: Checks the number of connections.
CONNECTION STATISTICS NFS: Checks the nuber of connections.
NETWORK INTERFACES: Checks the Ethernet Ports if they are online.
SERVICE STATUS FTP: Checks if the FTP Service is enabled or disabled.
SERVICE STATUS HDFS: Checks if the HDFS Service is enabled or disabled.
SERVICE STATUS HTTP: Checks if the HTTP Service is enabled or disabled.
SERVICE STATUS NDMP: Checks if the NDMP Service is enabled or disabled.
SERVICE STATUS NFS: Checks if the NFS Service is enabled or disabled.
SERVICE STATUS SMB: Checks if the SMB Service is enabled or disabled.
LICENSE EXPIRATION: Checks for a valid licencefile.
STATISTICS DRIVE: Checks the Drives latency.
STATISTICS SYSTEM: Checks all System Nodes for 'cpu' usage.
POWER SUPPLIES: Checks the status of the Powersupplies on all nodes.
NVRAM BATTERIES: Checks the status of the NVRAM Batteries.
CHASSIS TEMPERATURE: Checks all Nodes for temperature Values.
The Architecture is based on an Active/Passive concept. There is one active check with an binary to execute. This Check connects to the Storage and collects all the Data needed. Then it checks in the Configuration if for all discovered components a Passive check is configured. If a configuration is found, the passive check is updated with the status information. If the check is not found in the configuration, an example configuration will be saved under /tmp/check_isilon/isilon_alt.cfg and the main collector check will go into warning state to inform about configuration changes. All passive checks have the check_freshness binary configured, which will be executed if a passive check did not get new status information for a longer time. This concept allows a resource saving operation on one side and also gives the Plugin the possibility do discover the configuration automatically.
Isilon Systems
  • 8.0
Platforms
  • EL 6/7
  • Supported OP5 release
Software
  • nagios Version 3.5.1 and Version 4.0.8 or newer
  • python2.6/2.7
  • pynag
  • libpqxx
  • jsoncpp
Release 1.0.0
  • Initial Release