Add Support for Fujitsu DX Storages (MIB included) #5260

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air101 opened this Issue Dec 29, 2016 · 6 comments

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air101 commented Dec 29, 2016

DO NOT DELETE THIS INFORMATION.

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Discovery, Poller, Walk and MIB File included. I already tried adding it to mibs dir but then my rrd dir went up to 20gig, lol. Thanks already!

fuj-dx60-s3-discovery.txt
fuj-dx60-s3-poller.txt
fuj-dx60-s3-walk.txt
FJDARY-E150.zip

@laf laf added the New-Device label Dec 29, 2016
@Rosiak Rosiak referenced this issue Jan 1, 2017
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newdevice: Basic Fujitsu DX Support #5278

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@laf laf closed this in #5278 Jan 1, 2017
@air101
air101 commented Jan 5, 2017

Thank you for adding Support for the Device but something is not right. The polling of the device somehow uses all space in rrd folder creating these files/folders:

fjdarye150-SluIndex-855.rrd
fjdarye150-SluIndex-856.rrd
fjdarye150-SluIndex-857.rrd
fjdarye150-SluIndex-858.rrd
fjdarye150-SluIndex-859.rrd
fjdarye150-SluIndex-85.rrd
fjdarye150-SluIndex-860.rrd
fjdarye150-SluIndex-861.rrd
fjdarye150-SluIndex-862.rrd
fjdarye150-SluIndex-863.rrd
fjdarye150-SluIndex-864.rrd
fjdarye150-SluIndex-865.rrd
fjdarye150-SluIndex-866.rrd
fjdarye150-SluIndex-867.rrd
fjdarye150-SluIndex-868.rrd
fjdarye150-SluIndex-869.rrd

etc....

I've disabled the device for now.

@laf
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laf commented Jan 5, 2017

We'd need to see the output of ./poller.php -h hostname -d -r -f It's not obvious what those are, if they are ports then this is because the device is showing us that many ports. You have options to limit this but without more info we can't help - create a new issue with the info.

@air101
air101 commented Jan 9, 2017

rz.zip
Log attached,
118 MB Log with 1 Poller ;)

@laf laf reopened this Jan 9, 2017
@air101
air101 commented Jan 25, 2017

@laf
Did you have time to look at the problem yet?

Thanks

@laf
Member
laf commented Jan 25, 2017

Have you enabled mib based polling for this device? It looks like all that information is coming from that. I'd suggest you disable mib polling for it.

@laf laf added Needs-Verification and removed New-Device labels Jan 25, 2017
@laf
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laf commented Feb 7, 2017

no further information provided

@laf laf closed this Feb 7, 2017
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