check_netapp_netport (Link State)

Checks the link-state of net-ports.

Usage

$ check_netapp_netport -H <host> [--ok-state=<regex>] [...] [--help]

Description

This plugin checks each net-ports link-state. Alarms if link-state is not up (default).

sim96cluster::> network port show

Node: sim96cluster-01
                                                  Speed(Mbps) Health
Port      IPspace      Broadcast Domain Link MTU  Admin/Oper  Status
--------- ------------ ---------------- ---- ---- ----------- --------
e0a       Default      Default          up   1500  auto/1000  healthy
e0b       Default      Default          down 1500  auto/-     -
e0c       Default      Default          up   1500  auto/1000  healthy
e0d       Default      Default          up   1500  auto/1000  healthy
4 entries were displayed.

Examples

Simple Examples

./check_netapp_netport -H sim96
NETAPP_PRO NETPORT OK - 4 netports checked
sim96cluster-01.e0b.physical (enabled, state: up)
sim96cluster-01.e0d.physical (enabled, state: up)
sim96cluster-01.e0c.physical (enabled, state: up)
sim96cluster-01.e0a.physical (enabled, state: up)

Checks all net-ports. Would return CRITICAL if the state is not ‘up’


./check_netapp_netport -H sim96
NETAPP_PRO NETPORT CRITICAL - 4 netports checked, 1 CRITICAL
sim96cluster-01.e0b.physical (CRITICAL) (enabled, state: down)
sim96cluster-01.e0d.physical (enabled, state: up)
sim96cluster-01.e0c.physical (enabled, state: up)
sim96cluster-01.e0a.physical (enabled, state: up)

Same as above - but one of the ports is down.


Advanced Examples

Skipping disabled ports

./check_netapp_netport -H sim96
NETAPP_PRO NETPORT CRITICAL - 4 netports checked, 1 CRITICAL
sim96cluster-01.e0b.physical (CRITICAL) (disabled, state: down)
sim96cluster-01.e0d.physical (enabled, state: up)
sim96cluster-01.e0c.physical (enabled, state: up)
sim96cluster-01.e0a.physical (enabled, state: up)

One of the ports is still down but disabled as well. This allows to skip it by means of the --ignore-disabled switch:

./check_netapp_netport -H sim96 --ignore-disabled
NETAPP_PRO NETPORT OK - 3 netports checked
sim96cluster-01.e0d.physical (enabled, state: up)
sim96cluster-01.e0c.physical (enabled, state: up)
sim96cluster-01.e0a.physical (enabled, state: up)

Skipping (or choosing) ports by name

With --exclude and --include ports can be excluded or included depending on their name. Since these parameters expect a regular expression also specific nodes can be tested.

./check_netapp_netport -H sim96 --include=e0a
NETAPP_PRO NETPORT OK - 1 netport checked
sim96cluster-01.e0a.physical (enabled, state: up)

Checks exactly one net-port.


./check_netapp_netport -H mycluster --include="^mycluster-01\."
NETAPP_PRO NETPORT OK - 4 netports checked
mycluster-01.e0b.physical (enabled, state: up)
mycluster-01.e0d.physical (enabled, state: up)
mycluster-01.e0c.physical (enabled, state: up)
mycluster-01.e0a.physical (enabled, state: up)

Checks only the net-ports on node “01”.


Monitoring Interface Groups

./check_netapp_netport -H cluster1
NETAPP_PRO NETPORT CRITICAL - 9 net-ports checked, 1 critical and 0 warning.
cluster1-01.e0a.physical: up
cluster1-01.e0b.physical: up
cluster1-01.e0c.physical: up
cluster1-01.e0d.physical: up
cluster1-02.e0a.physical: up
cluster1-02.e0b.physical: up
cluster1-02.e0c.physical: up
cluster1-02.e0d.physical: up
cluster1-01.g0a.if_group: down (CRITICAL)

Interfacegroups can be excluded and then checked on their own:

./check_netapp_netport -H cluster1 --exclude="if_group$"
NETAPP_PRO NETPORT OK - 8 net-ports checked
No SVC-ACK relevant changes in reason.
cluster1-01.e0a.physical: up
cluster1-01.e0b.physical: up
cluster1-01.e0c.physical: up
cluster1-01.e0d.physical: up
cluster1-02.e0a.physical: up
cluster1-02.e0b.physical: up
cluster1-02.e0c.physical: up
cluster1-02.e0d.physical: up
./check_netapp_netport -H cluster1 --include="if_group$"
NETAPP_PRO NETPORT OK - 1 net-port checked
cluster1-01.g0a.if_group: down (CRITICAL)