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xFusion iBMC SNMP

Pack Assets​

Templates​

The Centreon Pack xFusion iBMC SNMP brings a host template:

  • HW-Server-Xfusion-Ibmc-SNMP-custom

It brings the following service template:

Service AliasService TemplateService DescriptionDefault
HardwareHW-Server-Xfusion-Ibmc-Hardware-SNMPCheck components stateX

Collected metrics & status​

Metric NameUnit
component status
cpu status
fan status
fan_name#hardware.fan.speed.rpmrpm
hard disk status
harddisk_name#hardware.harddisk.temperature.celsiusC
logical drive status
memory status
pcie status
power supply status
powersupply_name#hardware.powersupply.power.wattW
raid controller status
temperature status
temperature_object#hardware.temperature.celsiusC

Prerequisites​

SNMP Configuration​

To use this pack, the SNMP service must be properly configured on your xFusion iBMC server.

Network flow​

The target server must be reachable from the Centreon poller on the UDP/161 SNMP port.

Setup​

Monitoring Pack​

If the platform uses an online license, you can skip the package installation instruction below as it is not required to have the pack displayed within the Configuration > Plugin Packs > Manager menu. If the platform uses an offline license, install the package on the central server with the command corresponding to the operating system's package manager:

dnf install centreon-pack-hardware-servers-xfusion-ibmc-snmp

Whatever the license type (online or offline), install the xFusion iBMC SNMP Pack through the Configuration > Plugin Packs > Manager menu.

Plugin​

Since Centreon 22.04, you can benefit from the 'Automatic plugin installation' feature. When this feature is enabled, you can skip the installation part below.

You still have to manually install the plugin on the poller(s) when:

  • Automatic plugin installation is turned off
  • You want to run a discovery job from a poller that doesn't monitor any resource of this kind yet

More information in the Installing the plugin section.

Use the commands below according to your operating system's package manager:

dnf install centreon-plugin-Hardware-Servers-Xfusion-Ibmc-Snmp

Configuration​

Host​

  • Log into Centreon and add a new host through Configuration > Hosts.
  • Fill the Name, Alias & IP Address/DNS fields according to your xFusion iBMC server settings.
  • Apply the HW-Server-Xfusion-Ibmc-SNMP-custom template to the host.

If you are using SNMP Version 3, use the SNMPEXTRAOPTIONS macro to configure

When using SNMP v3, use the SNMPEXTRAOPTIONS Macro to add specific authentication parameters. More information in the Troubleshooting SNMP section.

MandatoryMacroDescription
SNMPEXTRAOPTIONSConfigure your own SNMPv3 credentials combo

How to check in the CLI that the configuration is OK and what are the main options for?​

Once the plugin is installed, log into your Centreon poller's CLI using the centreon-engine user account (su - centreon-engine) and test the plugin by running the following command:

/usr/lib/centreon/plugins//centreon_huawei_ibmc_snmp.pl \
--plugin=hardware::server::huawei::ibmc::snmp::plugin \
--mode=hardware \
--hostname=10.0.0.1 \
--snmp-version='2c' \
--snmp-community='my-snmp-community' \
--component='' \
--verbose

The expected command output is shown below:

OK: All 44 components are ok [9/9 components, 2/2 cpu, 14/14 fans, 2/2 hard disks, 1/1 logical drives, 8/8 memorys, 2/2 pcie, 2/2 power supplies, 1/1 raidcontrollers, 3/3 temperatures]. | 'Disk0#hardware.harddisk.temperature.celsius'=34C;;;0; 'Disk1#hardware.harddisk.temperature.celsius'=34C;;;0; 'Fan1 Front#hardware.fan.speed.rpm'=9060rpm;;;0; 'Fan1 Rear#hardware.fan.speed.rpm'=8520rpm;;;0; 'Fan2 Front#hardware.fan.speed.rpm'=9180rpm;;;0; 'Fan2 Rear#hardware.fan.speed.rpm'=8400rpm;;;0; 'Fan3 Front#hardware.fan.speed.rpm'=9240rpm;;;0; 'Fan3 Rear#hardware.fan.speed.rpm'=8460rpm;;;0; 'Fan4 Front#hardware.fan.speed.rpm'=9120rpm;;;0; 'Fan4 Rear#hardware.fan.speed.rpm'=8340rpm;;;0; 'Fan5 Front#hardware.fan.speed.rpm'=9120rpm;;;0; 'Fan5 Rear#hardware.fan.speed.rpm'=8460rpm;;;0; 'Fan6 Front#hardware.fan.speed.rpm'=9120rpm;;;0; 'Fan6 Rear#hardware.fan.speed.rpm'=8520rpm;;;0; 'Fan7 Front#hardware.fan.speed.rpm'=9240rpm;;;0; 'Fan7 Rear#hardware.fan.speed.rpm'=8460rpm;;;0; 'PSU1#hardware.powersupply.power.watt'=128W;;;0;900 'PSU2#hardware.powersupply.power.watt'=112W;;;0;900 'Inlet#hardware.temperature.celsius'=25C;;;; 'CPU1#hardware.temperature.celsius'=37C;;;; 'CPU2#hardware.temperature.celsius'=41C;;;; 'hardware.component.count'=9;;;; 'hardware.cpu.count'=2;;;; 'hardware.fan.count'=14;;;; 'hardware.harddisk.count'=2;;;; 'hardware.logicaldrive.count'=1;;;; 'hardware.memory.count'=8;;;; 'hardware.pcie.count'=2;;;; 'hardware.psu.count'=2;;;; 'hardware.raidcontroller.count'=1;;;; 'hardware.temperature.count'=3;;;;
Checking component
component 'SC332' of type 'unknown' status is 'ok' [instance: 5.83.67.51.51.50]
component 'SC382' of type 'unknown' status is 'ok' [instance: 5.83.67.51.56.50]
component 'SP331' of type 'unknown' status is 'ok' [instance: 5.83.80.51.51.49]
component 'SP382' of type 'unknown' status is 'ok' [instance: 5.83.80.51.56.50]
component 'BC11HBBD' of type 'hddBackPlane' status is 'ok' [instance: 8.66.67.49.49.72.66.66.68]
component 'BC82PRUU' of type 'unknown' status is 'ok' [instance: 8.66.67.56.50.80.82.85.85]
component 'BC82PRUV' of type 'unknown' status is 'ok' [instance: 8.66.67.56.50.80.82.85.86]
component 'Mainboard' of type 'baseBoard' status is 'ok' [instance: 9.77.97.105.110.98.111.97.114.100]
component 'Public Module' of type 'raidCard' status is 'ok' [instance: 13.80.117.98.108.105.99.32.77.111.100.117.108.101]
Checking CPU
cpu 'CPU1' status is 'ok' [instance: 1]
cpu 'CPU2' status is 'ok' [instance: 2]
Checking hard disks
hard disk 'Disk0' status is 'ok' [instance: 1]
hard disk 'Disk1' status is 'ok' [instance: 2]
Checking fans
fan 'Fan1 Front' status is 'ok' [instance: 1]
fan 'Fan1 Rear' status is 'ok' [instance: 2]
fan 'Fan2 Front' status is 'ok' [instance: 3]
fan 'Fan2 Rear' status is 'ok' [instance: 4]
fan 'Fan3 Front' status is 'ok' [instance: 5]
fan 'Fan3 Rear' status is 'ok' [instance: 6]
fan 'Fan4 Front' status is 'ok' [instance: 7]
fan 'Fan4 Rear' status is 'ok' [instance: 8]
fan 'Fan5 Front' status is 'ok' [instance: 9]
fan 'Fan5 Rear' status is 'ok' [instance: 10]
fan 'Fan6 Front' status is 'ok' [instance: 11]
fan 'Fan6 Rear' status is 'ok' [instance: 12]
fan 'Fan7 Front' status is 'ok' [instance: 13]
fan 'Fan7 Rear' status is 'ok' [instance: 14]
Checking logical drives
logical drive '1.1' status is 'optimal' [instance: 1.1]
Checking memory
memory 'DIMM000' status is 'ok' [instance: 1]
memory 'DIMM020' status is 'ok' [instance: 5]
memory 'DIMM040' status is 'ok' [instance: 9]
memory 'DIMM060' status is 'ok' [instance: 13]
memory 'DIMM100' status is 'ok' [instance: 17]
memory 'DIMM120' status is 'ok' [instance: 21]
memory 'DIMM140' status is 'ok' [instance: 25]
memory 'DIMM160' status is 'ok' [instance: 29]
Checking PCIe
PCIe 'PCIe Card 1 (SP331)' status is 'ok' [instance: 1]
PCIe 'PCIe Card 2 (SP382)' status is 'ok' [instance: 2]
Checking power supplies
power supply 'PSU1' status is 'ok' [instance: 1]
power supply 'PSU2' status is 'ok' [instance: 2]
Checking raid controllers
raid controller 'RAID Card1' status is 'ok' [instance: 1]
Checking temperatures
temperature of 'Inlet' is '25' celsius degrees [instance: 1]
temperature of 'CPU1' is '37' celsius degrees [instance: 2]
temperature of 'CPU2' is '41' celsius degrees [instance: 3]

All available options for a given mode can be displayed by adding the --help parameter to the command:

/usr/lib/centreon/plugins//centreon_huawei_ibmc_snmp.pl \
--plugin=hardware::server::huawei::ibmc::snmp::plugin \
--mode=hardware \
--help

All available modes can be displayed by adding the --list-mode parameter to the command:

/usr/lib/centreon/plugins//centreon_huawei_ibmc_snmp.pl \
--plugin=hardware::server::huawei::ibmc::snmp::plugin \
--list-mode

Troubleshooting​

Please find the troubleshooting documentation for Centreon Plugins typical issues.