Problem with check_openmanage plugin and storage

Trond Hasle Amundsen t.h.amundsen at
Wed Jun 19 21:04:13 CEST 2013

Nic Bernstein <nic at> writes:

>     Regarding the non-certified disks problem... There is a special
>     blacklisting keyword to suppress the message about non-certified disks:
>       check_openmanage -b pdisk_cert=all
>     Please try this and see if it resolves your issue. Using blacklisting
>     should also disable the global health check.
> Ah, that's just what we need.  Much appreciated...
> No, that doesn't seem to be in my version (3.7.9, downloaded yesterday)
>     onlight at monitor:~$ perl check_openmanage -H host -C secret -b pdisk_cert=all
>     Physical Disk 0:1:0 [Ata ST2000DM001-9YN164, 2.0TB] on ctrl 0 is Online
>     Physical Disk 0:1:1 [Ata ST2000DM001-9YN164, 2.0TB] on ctrl 0 is Online
>     onlight at monitor:~$ echo $?
>     1
> I guess I'll wait for a patch.

Are you sure you didn't test this with the 7.1.0 workaround manually

> Say Trond, I sent you some notes last week about enhancements we made to your
> check_linux_bonding plugin.  Would you prefer I re-post those to the list
> instead?

Sorry for being non-responsive of late. I've been swamped at work lately
and have attained somewhat of an email backlog. No need to resend :)

Trond H. Amundsen <t.h.amundsen at>
Center for Information Technology Services, University of Oslo

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