Hp Cciss Driver
Hp Cciss Driver 10,0/10 1417reviews
This plugin checks hardware status for Smart Array Controllers, using the HP Array Configuration Utility CLI / HPE Smart Storage Administrator. Workaround: $ sudo ln -s /usr/sbin/ssacli /usr/sbin/hpssacli Also, the script notes that /etc/sudoers should contain: nagios ALL=NOPASSWD: /usr/sbin/hpacucli, /usr/sbin/hpssacli For RHEL7 nrpe package at least this should be: nrpe ALL=NOPASSWD: /usr/sbin/hpacucli, /usr/sbin/hpssacli If you adapt the script to check for ssacli instead of or in addition to hpssacli of course you also need to change the /etc/sudoers entry.
Who Should Install This Driver Disk? Customers running Citrix XenServer 6.0, who use Hewlett Packard Smart Array RAID Controllers and wish to upgrade to the lastest version of the CCISS driver (v4.6. Abs Tc-100 Thermal Printer Driver on this page. 28-12).
Lastly, it's good practice to use a separate /etc/sudoers.d/ssacli file instead of changing the main /etc/sudoers file. Seems silly you have to submit a review in order to communicate with the developer, ah well. It doesn't appear that any of the three drivers are available on our system: HPPROC='/proc/driver/cciss/cciss' HPSCSIPROC='/proc/scsi/scsi' COMPAQPROC='/proc/driver/cpqarray/ida' However, the program 'hpacucli' seems to work correctly. I suspect it has something to do with the fact that we don't need the cciss drivers anymore but are using hpsa (/sys/module/hpsa/) If this is something you'll fix, then I'll wait for an update, otherwise I'll patch it locally, perhaps by ripping out the checks. The -p switch seems to not work. How can I fix this? I'd like to get the status of physical disks in the output.
Hp Service Manual Ftp. I've added -p to my command but still getting the same result like -v without the status of physical disks../check_cciss-1.11 -v RAID CRITICAL - HP Smart Array Failed: Smart Array P400 in Slot 1 Controller Status: OK Cache Status: Temporarily Disabled Battery/Capacitor Status: Failed (Replace Batteries/Capacitors)./check_cciss-1.11 -v -p RAID CRITICAL - HP Smart Array Failed: Smart Array P400 in Slot 1 Controller Status: OK Cache Status: Temporarily Disabled Battery/Capacitor Status: Failed (Replace Batteries/Capacitors). Nagios, the Nagios logo, and Nagios graphics are the servicemarks, trademarks, or registered trademarks owned by Nagios Enterprises. All other servicemarks and trademarks are the property of their respective owner. The files and information on this site are the property of their respective owner(s).
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HP has been transitioning away from the cciss Linux kernel-driver for a while now, but there hasn't been much information about what it all means. Just on the name alone the module needed a rename (one possible acronym of cciss: Compaq Command Interface for SCSI-3 Support), and it is a driver that has been in the Linux ecosystem a really long time (at least in the 2.2 kernel era). A lot has changed in the kernel.
HP has finally released a PDF describing the whole cciss vs. Read it here: The key differences: • HPSA is a SCSI driver, not a block-driver like CCISS • This means that the devices are moving from /dev/cciss to /dev • Device mode numbers will change • New controllers will increment kernel names, so a second controller will be /dev/sda, not /dev/sdb, so use udev names (partition ID, disk-ID, that kind of thing) to avoid pain. • For newer kernels (2.6. Hp Compaq Nc4200 Laptop Drivers. 36+) cciss and hpsa can load at the same time if the system contains hardware that needs those drivers.