We are pleased to release Cisco IMC Plugin 0.9.4 for Nagios
Nagios is an open source computer system monitoring, network monitoring and infrastructure monitoring software application. Nagios offers monitoring and alerting services for servers, switches, applications, and services.
The solution provides end-user with two components.
The first is the Nagios monitoring plugin script (cisco_imc_nagios) which will provide end-user with the capability of monitoring the Cisco IMC of standalone UCS C-Series Servers.
The second is an add-on to the Nagios, which will provide end-user with the capability to auto discover Cisco IMC of standalone UCS C-Series Servers and create the host definitions in Nagios . It also creates the service definitions for the services defined in the configuration file. By default, the "Check Rack Servers" service is defined in the configuration which uses the cisco_imc_nagios script to calculate the health of the servers. For servers which are not healthy, it gives the associated faults and their details. For servers which are healthy, it givs the inventory details.
Supported Nagios Releases:
This plugin is supported on Nagios version 3.2 and higher versions.
Supported Cisco IMC Releases:
This plugin is supported on Cisco IMC Releases >= 1.5
'imcsdk' can be installed using the command 'pip install imcsdk'
What is new in release 0.9.4?
Support for modular C3260 and classic platforms
Requires the imcsdk 0.9.2 or higher
Supports IMC firmware version 1.5 and above
Support for TLSv1.2
Fixes an issue with the plugin showing status OK, even when faults existed. This happened when using "--type class --query FaultInst"
Reduces time taken to compute status when using "--type class --query FaultInst"
Refer to the attached user guide for installation and usage details.
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If I do something like this ...
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... I get the error ...