Thomas Krenn Wiki provides the free network monitoring software Nagios Nagios IPMI plugin to download a new plugin allows the monitoring of IPMI (Intelligent Platform ManagementInterface) compatible server hardware. The plugin may all IPMI request sensors of a server – about fan speeds, temperatures, voltages, Web Parts state information etc. The administrator is automatically informed when problems with the Nagios server hardware. The Nagios IPMI plugin ( en/wiki/IPMI_Sensor_Monitoring_Plugin) which ipmitool uses to query the sensor values. This is installed on the Nagios server. The sensor query runs over the network directly on the IPMI LAN interface of the monitored server.

Thus any software must be installed on the monitored server. Technical details about the Nagios IPMI plugin for numeric data such as temperatures, fan speeds, voltages etc. passed in addition performance data to Nagios. Thus, for example, the NagiosGrapher can generate graphical analyses where such. Changes of temperatures (depending on time of day) will be visible. The plugin has been in the past few months by the Thomas-Krenn.AG developed and now on the occasion of currently in Nuremberg by NETWAYS registered from ‘ open source monitoring Conference 2009 on Nagios released. The Nagios IPMI plugin is licensed under the GPLv3 license. It is available in the Thomas Krenn Server Wiki ( en/wiki/main page) to download.

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