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Hi @Pavel, Maybe they implemented it: Indication profile - IBM Documentation AlertIndications are used to draw attention of subscribing client applications to the occurrence of an event. Lifecycle Indications are implemented in all XIV® CIM Agent releases. Beginning with XIV CIM Agent release 11.0, AlertIndications are…in XIV crontab schedule for load_xivperf.sh Comment by Lucas November 2021
Hi @Karel, Nicely done! Version 7.30 has been running for a few days. No issues whatsoever. Thank you!
Thx @Pavel So, you use 10min for not overlapping the crontab calls to load_xivperf.sh, right? I've tested it. In my environment (few hosts, few volumes) it ends in 5 seconds. Therefore, I let it run every 5min the crontab. [stor2rrd@stor2rrd ~]$ time /home/stor2rrd/stor2rrd/load_xivperf.sh Waiting for…in XIV crontab schedule for load_xivperf.sh Comment by Lucas October 2021
Thank you @Pavel, we'll do that. Would you mind to elaborate? What's the reasoning behind?in XIV crontab schedule for load_xivperf.sh Comment by Lucas October 2021
Hi @Karel, Already did that test. If you write the variable inside the quotes, it doesn't retrieve the VF information. The files $STOR2RRD_HOME/tmp/*check-vsan are created but never get populated; they are always empty (0 bytes). I also was reluctant about the quotes. In fact, I saw that modification running the diff…
Hi @Karel, After a couple of minor fixes, it works as expected. File $STOR2RRD_HOME/bin/check_vsan.sh line 54, SNMP3_USER variable has to be outside the upper colons, otherwise the variable substitution is not processed by the shell:ttt=`$snmpwalk -u $SNMP3_USER -v 3 -n VF:$cnt $SNMP_STRING $SAN_IP…