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This is a must when maintaining a lot of machines using for instance a serial line console.
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In my conf, the daemon snmpd was started with the user ‘snmp’ and the daemon lsimrdsnmpagent was started with the user root. You can check the status and other things using the sas2ircu megarajd.
I tried to strace the start of the service: Command-line utilities are packaged for Debian as dpt-i2o-raidutils. Debian-Installer Is the hardware supported by the Debian-Installer? Current software for managing AAC arrays is available at Adaptec website: A daemon detecting status changes and reporting to syslog as SNMP traps is packaged as cpqarrayd. If not, is the source for some command line tool available which can report this status?
The driver is in the main kernel as of 2.
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To answer my own question the error from the lsimrdsnmpmain was from the user which the snmpd process started. The ‘sg’ module must be loaded for it to work, the cli program segfaults without it. Same source requirements as the CLI tools. Hardware using this driver: If the name changes between kernel versions, remember to include information in the detailed information section.
Sign up using Facebook. Also, afacli requires libraries that are no longer available in Debian distributions. And if I verify the syslog log, I have: Tested with Linux 3.
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This utility along with other crap can be downloaded here: The array-info tool can extract the RAID status for cciss devices. If such information is easily available, monitoring tools can be written to detect and report failures.
Status RAID status easily available? I used the rpm and I convert it ina deb with alien:. There is a GUI tool 3dm2 accessible via browser used for management and monitoring daemon that configures the RAID, monitors the disk status and sends mail on failure.