|Adaptec Storage Manager Script for ESX4|
|Programming - Bourne / BASH|
|Sunday, 27 June 2010 12:35|
This article shows you how to script and alert (via email) for when any of your RAID disks show as offline or your Logical Drive is not showing as optimal.
In order to obtain all the stats about your Adaptec RAID card from your ESX box you can install the asm (adaptec storage manager) rpm which you can get from the Adaptec website.
Once this is installed you can then run a number of commands via the shell to query you RAID card.
Heres a sample of the html based email that is generated ...
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