I've been setting up the Opsview Core virtual Appliance running on Ubuntu.
I seem to have everything setup and working although I wanted to start monitoring some individual hardware states using the SNMP Polling Option.
As an example, I wanted to check the power supply and Fan status on a HP Procurve switch.
I have setup a new service check and getting an "OK State" back, but I wanted to know if this means that the status is ok or I have simply misconfigured the check.
I created a new service check.
Gave it a name
Chose "SNMP Polling"
I put the desired switch in as the "example host" and did an SNMP walk
A long list populated, and towards the end I found the folowing
SNMPv2-SMI::mib-220.127.116.11.1.2.71 = STRING: "Power Supply %s: Supply: %s, Failures: %d"
I slected this, and the info poulated the OID box
I selected "no rate" and left the Warning/Critical boxes blank
Iapplied the service check to the desired switch and I'm now getting back:OK 2013-08-01 09:46:59 1/3 SNMP OK - Power "Power Supply %s: Supply: %s, Failures: %d"
Now, my question is , does this response mean that the power supply is functioning normally or do I have to enter some Warning/Critical values.
Thanks in advance