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check_emc

check_emc

checks the EMC CLARIION SAN devices.

check_emc_clariion.pl receives the data from the emc devices via Navicli or Naviseccli if user and password are provided.

Usage

check_emc.pl

check_emc.pl -h

check_emc.pl --man

check_emc.pl -H <host> -t <checktype>

Options:

-h          Display this helpmessage.
-H          The hostname or ipaddress of the emc centera device.
-t          The check type to execute:
            the following checks are currently available
                node_status - checks the status of the centera nodes
                capacity - check the drive usage
-u          administrative user used for the cli connection
-p          administrative password used for the cli connection
--node      the cluster node to check (ony used with check type node_status)
--script    cli script with commands executed on the centera command line

check_emc_clariion.pl

check_emc_clariion.pl -h | --help

check_emc_clariion.pl -H <host> -t <checktype>

check_emc_clariion.pl -H <host> -u <user> -p <password> -t <checktype>

Options:

-h      Display this helpmessage.
-H      The hostname or ipaddress of the emc storage processor device.
-u      The user used to connect to the emc storage processor device
        with Naviseccli. You must use this option with -password !
-p      The password of the user used to connect to the emc storage
        processor device with Naviseccli.
-t      The check type to execute:

            sp - check the status of the storage processors
            disk - check the status of the physical disks attached in the DAE`s
            cache - check the status of the read and write cache
            faults - Report the different faults on the array
            portstate - check the status of the FC ports in the SP`s
            hbastate - check the connection state of the specified node

        type options:

            sp
            --sp    The storageprocessor to check e.g. A or B

            portstate
            --sp    The storageprocessor to check e.g. A or B
            --port  The port ID to check e.g. 0 or 1 or 0, 1, 2 or 3 for Clariion CX3-80 - if not specified, all ports are checked

            hbastate
            --node  The node name to check out of navisphere
            --paths The number of available FC Paths from the client to the SAN Infrastructure e.g. 2