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check_lsi_raid - Nagios/Icinga plugin to check LSI RAID Controllers


  • The LSI RAID Monitoring Plugin is a Nagios/Icinga to check the LSI RAID Controller for warnings or critical errors.
  • It is written in Perl and uses the storage command line tool storcli to interact with the RAID Controller.

Current Version

Further information


  • Controller Status

    • ROC temperature
    • Degraded drives
    • Offline drives
    • Critical disks
    • Failed Disks
    • Memory correctable errors
    • Memory uncorrectable errors
  • Logical Device Status

    • State
    • Consistency
    • Initialization
  • Physical Device Status

    • State
    • Shield counter
    • Media, Other, BBM, Predictive error counts
    • SMART alert flag
    • Drive temperature
    • Initialization
    • Rebuild
  • If BBU or CV is present (unless disabled)

  • BBU

    • Battery State
    • Temperature
    • Firmware temperature
    • Voltage
    • I2C errors
    • Replacement required
    • Capacity low
    • Is about to fail
    • GasGauge discharged
    • GasGauge over temperature
    • GasGauge over charged
  • CV

    • State
    • Temperature
    • Replacement required

Used storcli commands

  • storcli /c0 /bbu show
  • storcli /c0 /bbu show status
  • storcli /c0 /cv show
  • storcli /c0 /cv show status
  • storcli adpallinfo a0
  • storcli /c0 show time
  • storcli /c0/vall show all
  • storcli /c0/vall show init
  • storcli /c0/eall/sall
  • storcli /c0/eall/sall
  • storcli /c0/eall/sall

Installation Requirements

  • libfile-which-perl
  • storcli

Requirements for Icinga/Nagios

  • On the system to be monitored:
    • check_lsi_raid plugin
    • storcli
    • sudoers entry for user nagios and storcli (example: nagios ALL=(root) NOPASSWD:/usr/sbin/storcli)
  • NRPE (optional): command definition
  • On the Icinga-server:
    • command definition
    • service definition

Installation hints for CentOS

  • It is possible that the NRPE daemon runs as user 'nrpe'. If that's the case you have to change the user in the sudoers entry.
  • It may be necessary to specify the perl interpretor explicitly in the NRPE command definition, e.g.: command[check_lsi_raid]=/usr/lib/nagios/plugins/check_lsi_raid -C 0 -p /usr/sbin/storcli

Parameter usage (example)

./check_lsi_raid -Tw 40 -Tc 50 -LD 0,1 -PD 1 -b 0


Copyright (C) 2013-2018 Thomas-Krenn.AG

This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 3 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.

This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU General Public License for more details.

You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License along with this program; if not, see


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