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Whoops, I see in the section immediately below where I quoted:
Sun Storage Common Array Manager does not provide an SNMP agent that can be queried using SNMP ’GET’ operations. At times, the devices themselves support SNMP ’GET’ operations although all the arrays supported by the array management software at this time do not. Instead customers typically do remote scripting using the remote CLI (SSCS) or the SMI-S industry standard provider is used.
So I guess it's not possible...
Anyone out there monitoring their StorageTek devices' metrics remotely via some other means?
Edited by: Ray Van Dolson on May 23, 2011 2:07 PM
For manage and monitoring StorageTek 25xx you should use CAM ( Common Array Managment).
CAM give Web Based managment interface for manage array.
For notification about any avents on Array CAM support:
- SNMP trap
- ASR ( Automatic Service Reguest).
All this manage via CAM.
I mentioned CAM in my original post, but thanks. :-) Wish there was a (simple) way to grab metrics remotely for inclusion in our NMS.
You can install on remote system CAM client ( CLI ).
After this you can use CLI from remote system make all administration/ monitoring task.
In case you have plan use scripts for do it, may be need enable loging to CAM for specific user without passwords.
See post: How to login using SSCS without providing a password?
I've reviewed the [CAM CLI documentation|http://download.oracle.com/docs/cd/E19377-01/821-0968-10/index.html], but didn't see a way to query for statistics information. Am I looking in the wrong place?
What king statistics you can get ?
I am not sure, but possible this command give absolute value of counts, not delta. So you need semself calculate differance.
Synopsis list -a <array-name,...> -T performance list -a <array-name,...> -t array_stats | controller_stats | volume_stats [ -c A | B ] [ -h <host-name,...> ] [ -g <host-group-name,...> ] [ -v <volume-name,...> ] [ -s name | total_iops | read_percent | write_percent | total_data | avg_read_size | avg_read_rate | peak_read_rate | avg_write_size | avg_write_rate | peak_write_rate ] performance Description Shows detailed performance statistics. You can use the following options only if a single array is specified: --controller, --volume, --host, and --hostgroup
Edited by: Nik on 24.05.2011 10:25
Great! I hadn't checked Chapter 4 of the guide, only the "Monitoring" section. D'oh. Thanks for the pointer.