Reports the filers storage utilisation.
$ check_netapp_pro.pl StorageUtilization -H <host> [...] [--help]
This plugin retrieves several metrics about each aggregate and summarises them to provide an overview for the whole filer.
Each metrics value of each aggregates is returned as perf-data (label:
Each metrics sum of all aggregates is returned as perf-data (label:
The task of this plugin is to collect data, which can be used later to analyse and plan your storage.
Examples of metrics collected by this plugin:
- Space used by A-SIS metafiles
- Total space used by aggregates metadata
- Space used by aggregate snapshots
- Total space allocated to volumes in the aggregate
You can get the whole list together with the data of your filer with
Following an example of the
--explore output from a 7-mode filer using the
check_netapp version of StorageUtilization:
size-asis-used_aggr0 = 0B;;;0 size-metadata_aggr0 = 6963200B;;;0 size-snap-used_aggr0 = 20779008B;;;0; size-volume-allocated_aggr0 = 853725184B;;;0 volume-count_aggr0 = 1;;;0 size-free_aggr0 = 42590208B;;;0; size-used_aggr0 = 853942272B;;;0 size-nominal_aggr0 = 943718400B;;;0 size-volume-used_aggr0 = 267735040B;;;0;
size-asis-used_aggr1 = 0B;;;0 size-metadata_aggr1 = 10776576B;;;0 size-snap-used_aggr1 = 45027328B;;;0; size-volume-allocated_aggr1 = 1317203968B;;;0 volume-count_aggr1 = 3;;;0 size-free_aggr1 = 475553792B;;;0; size-used_aggr1 = 1317511168B;;;0 size-nominal_aggr1 = 1887436800B;;;0 size-volume-used_aggr1 = 3465216B;;;0;
Perfdata all-aggregates (summarized):
size_ALL_used = 2237259776B;;;0;2831155200 size-image-backup-used_SUM = 0;;;0 size-bssm-nvlog-used_SUM = 0;;;0; size-asis-used_SUM = 0B;;;0 size-metadata_SUM = 17739776B;;;0 size-snap-used_SUM = 65806336B;;;0; size-volume-allocated_SUM = 2170929152B;;;0 volume-count_SUM = 4;;;0 size-free_SUM = 518144000B;;;0; size-used_SUM = 2171453440B;;;0 size-nominal_SUM = 2831155200B;;;0 size-volume-used_SUM = 271200256B;;;0;
Note: In the
check_netapp-version size-used and size-snap-used are
size_ALL_used. The MAX-value is set to the sum of all
The output of the
check_netapp_pro-version differs in format and content:
$ ./check_netapp_pro.pl StorageUtilization -H filer --explore Existing data for object 'aggregate' Node: cluster1-01 Instance: aggr0 (uuid n/a) aggregate-name = aggr0 aggregate-uuid = 10252bea-a009-44b5-8eda-740b31e9e927 files-total = 30384 files-used = 96 home-id = 4082368507 home-name = cluster1-01 nodes = owner-id = 4082368507 owner-name = cluster1-01 percent-used-capacity = 95 raid-status = raid_dp, normal raid-type = raid_dp size-available = 45641728 size-total = 943718400 size-used = 898076672 state = online total-reserved-space = 0 used-including-snapshot-reserve = 898076672 volume-footprints = 897802240 Instance: aggr3 (uuid n/a) aggregate-name = aggr3 aggregate-uuid = 9d90167e-e080-4823-9a45-b586e5d847e3 files-total = 31142 files-used = 96 home-id = 4082368507 home-name = cluster1-01 nodes = owner-id = 4082368507 owner-name = cluster1-01 percent-used-capacity = 1 raid-status = raid_dp, normal raid-type = raid_dp size-available = 2809659392 size-total = 2831155200 size-used = 21495808 state = online total-reserved-space = 0 used-including-snapshot-reserve = 21495808 volume-footprints = 21184512 Explore done - now configure your nagios ... Note for the `check_netapp_pro`-version: This check requires DataONTAP 8.2.x or higher for some metrics.
Return Code (Nagios Status)
This plugin works as pure trending-plugin. It will always return UNKNOWN
or whatever youhave set on the commandline (
-v for inspection, if you are not satisfied with the result.
Checks the filer. Returns the sum of all aggregates per metric.
Includes aggregate aggr1 (but also aggr11 or some_aggr1). See next example for how to avoid that.
Includes only aggregate aggr1.
Includes aggregates aggr1 and aggr2
Same as above, includes aggregates aggr1 and aggr2 but needs just one
Includes only aggregates if their name starts with a.
Excludes any aggregate, which name ends with bak.
Returns OK instead of UNKNOWN. Again, this plugin does not check anything yet - it is just for trending.
Show results in Mega Bytes (MiB) instead of Bytes.
Hint: The input for advanced examples is shortend. Replace the '...' below with ‑H <your filers ip or host-name>
Shows a human-readable list of all metrics per aggregate. This may be used for further analysing the details if you find something strange or interesting in your performance-graphs.
Monitor all aggregates, whose name starts with abc but does not end in bak.
abc => included xabc => excluded xxx => excluded abcdef => included abc.bak => excluded abcd.bak => excluded ...
Please look into the advanced examples in the Usage-module for even more possibilities of the
Monitor aggr00, aggr01, ... aggr39 and aggr43, aggr44, ...aggr99
In other words: exclude aggr40, aggr41 and aggr42
Monitor all aggregates from finance and sales, but exclude the backups. This example assumes a naming-convention, where the aggregates name starts with the departments name and backups have the string bak at the end.
Monitor all aggregates of project_a - any aggregate, whose name contains the string project_a.
Monitor the project_a-aggregate (singular!) - this is the same and should better be done by using the -n switch (-n project_a) in order to save ressources.
Monitor all aggregates, but not if their name contains project_a