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snmp__netapp_cifscalls

Name

snmp__netapp_cifscalls - Munin plugin to retrieve cifs calls types stats from NetApp storage appliances.

Applicable Systems

cifs calls stats should be reported by any NetApp storage appliance with SNMP agent daemon activated. See na_snmp(8) for details.

Configuration

Unfortunately, SNMPv3 is not fully supported on all NetApp equipment. For this reason, this plugin will use SNMPv2 by default, which is insecure because it doesn’t encrypt the community string.

The following parameters will help you get this plugin working :

[snmp_*] env.community MyCommunity

If your community name is ‘public’, you should really worry about security and immediately reconfigure your appliance.

Please see ‘perldoc Munin::Plugin::SNMP’ for further configuration.

Interpretation

The plugin reports various cifs calls by type. This can help you determine what calls types are killing your appliance under heavy loads.

Mib Information

This plugin requires support for the NETWORK-APPLIANCE-MIB issued by Network Appliance. It reports the content of the cifs OID.

Magic Markers

#%# family=snmpauto
#%# capabilities=snmpconf

Bugs

This plugin wasn’t tested on many hardware and only on Ontap 7.3.x.

Author

2013, Claudius Herder NetApp is a registered trademark and Network Appliance is a trademark of Network Appliance, Inc. in the U.S. and other countries.

License

GPLv2.

#!/usr/bin/perl
# -*- perl -*-
# vim: ft=perl

=head1 NAME

snmp__netapp_cifscalls -  Munin plugin to retrieve cifs calls types stats from NetApp storage appliances.

=head1 APPLICABLE SYSTEMS

cifs calls stats should be reported by any NetApp storage appliance
with SNMP agent daemon activated. See na_snmp(8) for details.

=head1 CONFIGURATION

Unfortunately, SNMPv3 is not fully supported on all NetApp equipment.
For this reason, this plugin will use SNMPv2 by default, which is
insecure because it doesn't encrypt the community string.

The following parameters will help you get this plugin working :

[snmp_*]
env.community MyCommunity

If your community name is 'public', you should really worry about
security and immediately reconfigure your appliance.

Please see 'perldoc Munin::Plugin::SNMP' for further configuration.

=head1 INTERPRETATION

The plugin reports various cifs calls by type.
This can help you determine what calls types are killing your appliance under heavy
loads.

=head1 MIB INFORMATION

This plugin requires support for the NETWORK-APPLIANCE-MIB issued by
Network Appliance. It reports the content of the cifs OID.

=head1 MAGIC MARKERS

    #%# family=snmpauto
    #%# capabilities=snmpconf

=head1 BUGS

This plugin wasn't tested on many hardware and only on Ontap 7.3.x.

=head1 AUTHOR

2013, Claudius Herder
NetApp is a registered trademark and Network Appliance is a trademark
of Network Appliance, Inc. in the U.S. and other countries.

=head1 LICENSE

GPLv2.

=cut

 use strict;
 use warnings;
 use Munin::Plugin::SNMP;

my %oids =
(
    cifsBadCalls => 'BadCalls',
    cifsGetAttrs => 'GetAttrs',
    cifsReads    => 'Reads',
    cifsWrites   => 'Writes',
    cifsLocks    => 'Locks',
    cifsOpens    => 'Opens',
    cifsDirOps   => 'DirOps',
    cifsOthers   => 'Others',
    cifsSetAttrs => 'SetAttr',
);

if (defined $ARGV[0] and $ARGV[0] eq 'snmpconf')
{
    print "require 1.3.6.1.4.1.789.1.7.3.1.1. [0-9]\n";
    exit 0;
}

my $session = Munin::Plugin::SNMP->session();

if (defined $ARGV[0] and $ARGV[0] eq "config")
{
    my ($host, undef, undef, undef) = Munin::Plugin::SNMP->config_session();
    print "host_name $host\n" unless $host eq 'localhost';
    print "graph_title $host CIFS calls\n";
    print "graph_args --base 1000 --lower-limit 0 --rigid\n";
    print "graph_vlabel calls / \${graph_period}\n";
    print "graph_category fs\n";
    print "graph_info This graph shows cifs calls for the $host NetApp equipment.\n";
    print "graph_order ";
    foreach (sort keys %oids)
    {
        print "$_ ";
    }
    print "\n";
    foreach my $k (sort keys %oids)
    {
        print "$k.info The number of cifs calls received for the $oids{$k} procedure, since the last time the statistics were cleared.\n";
        print "$k.type COUNTER\n";
        print "$k.label $oids{$k}\n";
        print "$k.min 0\n";
    }
    exit 0;
}

my $values = $session->get_hash
(
    -baseoid => '1.3.6.1.4.1.789.1.7.3.1.1',
    -cols =>
    {
         1 => 'cifsTotalOps',
         2 => 'cifsTotalCalls',
         3 => 'cifsBadCalls',
         4 => 'cifsGetAttrs',
         5 => 'cifsReads',
         6 => 'cifsWrites',
         7 => 'cifsLocks',
         8 => 'cifsOpens',
         9 => 'cifsDirOps',
        10 => 'cifsOthers',
        11 => 'cifsSetAttrs',
    },
);

foreach my $k (keys %oids)
{
    my $v = 'U';
    $v = $values->{0}->{$k} if (defined $values);
    print "$k.value $v\n";
}

exit 0;

__END__