This document was initially written on the 2nd of August Redistribution and use of script, with or without modification, is permitted provided that the following condition is met: We achieved that with the following two scripts:. Set up a cronjob like this: Install the proper CLI program for your 3ware card, if you use 3ware.
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This installs a daemon that provides a webinterface and which is also capable to notify you via e-mail if something happens. If you know that there’s something incorrect or outdated, please contact me.
And the other one: Set up a cronjob like this: This is untested by me, just found it on the net. Calling it reveals all needed information: So if you have, you can send report or scripts to monitor it to me, so I can include it here the hint to it was send by Jaimie Sirovich.
FreeBSD Raid Monitoring
Install the proper CLI program for your 3ware card, if you use 3ware. I have no experience with it.
For archiving, the script is mirrored below: It was migrated to www. We achieved that with the following two scripts: Redistribution and use of script, with or without modification, is permitted provided that the following condition is met: As you might expect, monitoring this raid is pretty easy.
This is perhaps the easiest way of monitoring raid in FreeBSD. Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer. The above script may not work when doing copy and paste, as reported by Per ammr Ljungmark: I’ve found two easy to use scripts for this controller written by Scott Mitchell on http: As described in http: You can have a look into gitto see when it was last updated.
Somebody in freebsd irc. For archiving, the script is mirrored below:.
FreeBSD Manual Pages
This freebsf works for various types of RAID devices. I’ll try to summarise all information I got. I proceeded to test the scripts but the first one gives treebsd an error due to what Scott Mitchell wrote in his original mail: This is a softwareraid driver for many different cards.
For more information on supported devices have a look at amr 4. Are reported to be monitorable via asr-utils confirmation needed. It can be downloaded from areca.
amr(4freebsd) — freebsd-manpages — Debian unstable — Debian Manpages
This document was initially written on the 2nd of August The areca controller can either be monitored directly from the raid controller 8 and 16 port versionswhich has freebad own nic and rj45 port or via the closed source webserver which is the same one frebsd running on the controller.
That may or may not be a problem. During normal operation of the raid: We achieved that with the following two scripts:.
You could also use hpacucli, which can be found at http: