[Xymon] raid bbwin monitoring

Gonzalez Peto jkokino at gmail.com
Fri Jul 19 16:12:55 CEST 2013

The path was incorrect when I went into debug mode for bbwin.exe
This is the correct:
<load value='cmd /c "C:\Program Files\BBWin\ext\CheckHpRaid.cmd"'
<load value='cmd /c "C:\Program Files (x86)\BBWin\ext\CheckHpRaid.cmd"'

Credits to Ray. Thank you

On Fri, Jul 19, 2013 at 3:20 PM, Gonzalez Peto <jkokino at gmail.com> wrote:

> OK. This is the right url of 1.1.4
> http://communities.quest.com/docs/DOC-9191
> As I suspected the 2nd problem was actually a matter of capital vs small
> letter. The correct response from the cmd script from windows regarding the
> logical disks is "Ok" not "OK". So within this section
> "REM Extract the status of each logical volume
> REM -----------------------------------------"
> I changed these to "Ok"
> IF NOT "!_log_result!"=="Ok" SET _status=red
> IF NOT "!_log_result!"=="Ok" SET _message="At least one logical volume is
> in a failure state."
> SET _ministatus=green
> IF NOT "!_log_result!"=="Ok" SET _ministatus=red
> So, now remains point 1 as it will not load the cmd script. It is supposed
> to execute on a 5 min interval (for testing purposes).
> I'll dig.
> Please, if anyone can help, I would be grateful. Thank you
> On Fri, Jul 19, 2013 at 2:58 PM, Gonzalez Peto <jkokino at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I forgot to add:
>> On the server side, I have xymon 4.2.3 and I just added
>> "# raid" after the hostname entry I want to monitor in bb-hosts
>> On Fri, Jul 19, 2013 at 2:57 PM, Gonzalez Peto <jkokino at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> Hello
>>> I read many posts about raid, hp raid and etc.
>>> http://lists.xymon.com/archive/2010-February/027413.html
>>> This pages says CheckHpRaid 1.1.4:
>>> http://developer.sysco.ch/hobbit/
>>> http://developer.sysco.ch/hobbit/CheckHpRaid.cmd
>>> When I open it, it is 1.1.3
>>> I found 1.1.4 @ http://xymonton.org/ and works well however I dont know
>>> how to completely make it automatic
>>> Few issues:
>>> 1. It seems that the cmd file will not be leaded automatically. If I
>>> execute it manually, then all is ok, and the xymon server
>>> receives this info. Then it will not receive more automatically.
>>> I placed the cmd file in C:\Program Files\BBWin\ext\
>>> I also tried by placing the cmd file in the root folder
>>> I edited the the BBWIN.cfg file
>>> <load value="cmd /c C:\CheckHpRaid_1.1.4.cmd" timer="5m"/>
>>> or
>>> <load value="cmd /c CheckHpRaid_1.1.4.cmd" timer="5m"/>
>>> I took cmd /c from the bbwin manual chm file which comes with 0.12
>>> version
>>> 2. Second problem is that the logical disk is reported ok and all
>>> individual physical disk are ok, and yet I get color red for the logical
>>> disk. :)
>>> I am still trying to figure the source code where the if cases and
>>> statuses are wrong?
>>> And of course it says "At least one logical volume is in a failure
>>> state."
>>> Is anyone able to help?  Specially the first question - point 1. The
>>> other one I think I will figure it out sooner or later.
>>> Thank you
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