Re: ZFS disk space monitoring with SNMP
Ray Van Dolson <rvandolson <at> esri.com>
2010-10-01 22:06:43 GMT
On Fri, Oct 01, 2010 at 03:00:16PM -0700, Volker A. Brandt wrote:
> Hello Ray, hello list!
> > Running on Solaris 10 U9 here. How do most of you monitor disk usage /
> > capacity on your large zpools remotely via SNMP tools?
> > Net SNMP seems to be using a 32-bit unsigned integer (based on the MIB)
> > for hrStorageSize and friends, and thus we're not able to get accurate
> > numbers for sizes >2TB.
> > Looks like potentially later versions of Net-SNMP deal with this
> > (though I'm not sure on that), but the version of Net-SNMP with Solaris
> > 10 is of course, not bleeding edge. :)
> Sorry to be a lamer, but "me too"...
> Has anyone integrated an SNMP-based ZFS monitoring with their
> favorite management tool? I am looking for disk usage warnings,
> but I am also interested in "OFFLINE" messages, or nonzero values
> for READ/WRITE/CKSUM errors. Casual googling did not turn up anything
> that looked promising.
> There is an older ex-Sun download of an SNMP kit, but to be candid
> I haven't really looked at it yet.
Note that I'm sure we could extend Net-SNMP and configure a custom OID
to gather and present the information we're interested in.
Totally willing to go that route and standardize on it here, but am