Is there an easy way to tell if snmp traps are set up to alert on aggregate usage? Are there examples of what the message would look like for aggregate usage?
thanks in advance.
Unless you configure an alert via ocum for aggregates that point to a traphost, I don't think this can be done. I know there are no native traps for aggregates
what about Nagios Monitoring?
Clustered Data OnTap:
Have a look at: http://exchange.nagios.org/directory/Plugins/Hardware/Storage-Systems/SAN-and-NAS/NetApp/Netapp-Cluster-Mode/details
All OnTap Versions:
I wrote some plugins for checking snapshots.
One is alertering when no new snapshota are made.
One alerts you on snapshot count. (max 255)
Here is my NetApp Monitoring for Clustered Data Ontap:
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