[omd-users] qnap_disks inventory problem in 1.6.0p12

Robert Oschwald roos at symentis.com
Mon Jun 8 19:50:50 CEST 2020


Hi,
we got a strange problem with the qnap_disks check in 1.6.0p12 EE.
Web-UI host services does not show the disk slots, but when executing the qnap_disks inventory manually, they are detected (until the next inventory is performed).

This is for a Qnap TVS-1282T3.


qnap_disks manual inventory:

OMD[mysite]:~$ cmk -v --checks=qnap_disks mynas
Check_MK version 1.6.0p12
+ FETCHING DATA
[snmp] Execute data source
[piggyback] Execute data source
No piggyback files for   . Skip processing.
Disk HDD1            OK - Status: ready (GOOD), Model: SSD xx, Temperatur: 28 C/86 F, Size: xx TB
Disk HDD2            OK - Status: ready (GOOD), Model: SSD xx, Temperatur: 29 C/84 F, Size: xx TB
Disk HDD2            ….
OK - [snmp] Success, execution time 0.8 sec | execution_time=0.778 user_time=0.120 system_time=0.000 children_user_time=0.000 children_system_time=0.000 cmk_time_snmp=0.654 cmk_time_agent=0.001


At this stage, I only see the disks in  the webui host services.


Normal inventory does not include qnap_disks:

OMD[symentis]:~$ cmk -v -II mynas
Discovering services on: mynas
mynas:
+ FETCHING DATA
[snmp] Execute data source
[piggyback] Execute data source
No piggyback files for ' mynas'. Skip processing.
+ EXECUTING DISCOVERY PLUGINS (9)
  1 hr_cpu
  3 hr_fs
  1 hr_mem
  4 if64
  1 snmp_info
  1 snmp_uptime
SUCCESS - Found 11 services, no host labels

At this stage, the nas disks are in “vanished” state on the webui host services.



Any idea?


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